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The American Disabilities Act became law in 1990 under George Bush. It is a civil rights law that protect individuals with disabilities in all areas of life. It is similar to the protection of individual on the basis of race, color, sex, national origin, age or religion. In reference to construction of spaces it plays a major role in planning for the accessibility of a space for projects on commercial or private business based on size of a company or organization. But in general it is looking out for a group that is not able to look out for themselves during changing situations.

This project discusses current and future enhancements to various athletic facilities on campus.

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athletics, ADA, american disabilities act, accessibility


Architecture | Disability Studies | Education | Sports Studies

ADA Enhancements & Requirements Union College & Richard Bernstein



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