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a solid structure that encloses an area or separates one area from another

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One of the main points brought home to Florida corrections officials at the workshop was that the primary and explicit goal of Title II is program accessibility, not architectural barrier removal.
Foremost among these interventions are concerned with restructuring or altering the physical environment by removing or minimizing the effect of existing architectural barriers, thus providing accessibility to public buildings and other community facilities.
Remember that in existing buildings, it is necessary only to remove architectural barriers if it is "readily achievable," that is, "cheap and easy.
Typical protective measures detailed in the engineering design phase include architectural barriers, interior and exterior sensors, closed-circuit television (CCTV) and associated support lighting, communication and transmission media, alarm and signal field collectors, and control and display equipment.
Architectural barriers are an affront wherever they're found - but they're especially offensive in a new building, where simple principles of accessibility can be incorporated without costly or aesthetically jarring retrofits.
Many clients and their families find this too difficult to cope with, so they set up the bed, commode and all other needs in the living room in hopes that the client will recover quickly and these architectural barriers won't be a factor.
Her parents also asked the child care program to eliminate some architectural barriers that restricted Belinda's access to the center's parking area and bathrooms.
Gallagher who conceived and drafted what became the first national law on disability rights, the Architectural Barriers Act of 1968.
Other environmental concerns include removal of transportation, educational, and architectural barriers.
For example, according to Pitzer, if you spend $20,000 to remove architectural barriers, and you qualify under both Section 44 and 190, then the maximum tax credit of $5,000 can be taken.
a failure to remove architectural barriers, and communication barriers that are structural in nature, in existing facilities .
This approach delivers accurate and holistic end user metrics, which architectural barriers of server-side alternatives prohibit.
Contract notice: Compulsory administrative enforcement of adopted administrative acts, removal of temporary facilities, illegally built facilities and architectural barriers on the territory of Centar Municipality, Skopje.
Wheelchair lifts overcome architectural barriers and provide access.
In 1968 - more than 20 years prior to the passage of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA) -- the Goldensons successfully lobbied to create Section 502, The Architectural Barriers Act which for the first time prohibited discrimination on the basis of disability.
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