ADA ABA Guidelines and Recommendations for Accessability in Buildings and other Facilities
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Providing equal access to the disabled and the handicapped is the primary goal of ADA regulations and guidelines. When building or renovating any facility that will be accessed by the general public these guidelines must be followed. The links below will provide you with information on ADA Guidelines for Playgrounds and Recreational Facilities, ADA Guidelines for Parking Lots, ADA Guidelines for Mini Golf Courses, ADA Guidelines for Swimming Pools, Spas and Jacuzzis, ADA Guidelines for Amusement Rides, ADA Guidelines for Shooting Ranges, and ADA Guidelines for Fishing Piers as well as many other facilities.

ADA and ABA Accessibility Guidelines for Buildings & Facilities


ADA and ABA Accessibility Guidelines (7/23/04)

Editorial Corrections

Supplement on ADA and ABA Standards


ADA and ABA Accessibility Standards




Side-by-Side Comparison (of the ADA-ABA guidelines, the original ADA standards, and the International Building Code (2003 edition) issued by the Board)

Comparison to the 2006 edition of the IBC (International Code Council)

Comparison to the NFPA 5000 Building Construction and Safety Code (National Fire Protection Administration)

Preamble (discussion of published rule)

Regulatory Assessment

Guidelines and Standards

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