Accessibility in Education and Community Facilities
Presented by: Brian Dougherty, FAIA, Perkins Eastman; Laura Knauss, AIA, Lionakis; Mark Graham, AIA, PBK Architects; and Scott Gaudineer, AIA, Flewelling & Moody
AIA/CES (HSW) Learning Units: 1.5 Hours
This course complies with California licensure requirements for accessibility (SB 1608 and California Business and Professions Code Section 5600.05) and provides valuable information about accessibility requirements applicable in most states.
In this 90-minute course, four California architects present case studies in making education facilities accessible and inclusive.
Brian Dougherty, FAIA, of Perkins Eastman highlights opportunities for diversity, equity and inclusion and how we approach accessibility. Laura Knauss, AIA of Lionakis discusses Universal Design in learning. Mark Graham, AIA from PBK Architects then discusses how current accessibility codes don’t always provide the exact guidance architects might need. Scott Gaudineer, AIA, of Flewelling & Moody presents the final case study on mental and emotional health as part of Universal Design. The course concludes with a short panel discussion.
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Course Prices: $45 AIA members, $75non-members
Series Prices: SAVE $35 – $45 when purchasing the four-course series ($125 AIA members, $195 non-members).
This video course has English language captions and a downloadable transcript.
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