How Accessible Is Your Building?

Jan. 16, 2024
About 61 million Americans live with a disability of some kind, including 20.6 million with ambulatory disabilities. Is your building accessible to them?

About 61 million Americans live with a disability of some kind, including 20.6 million with ambulatory disabilities, but many aspects of building design remain inaccessible and non-inclusive—even if the building follows ADA requirements. Mark Raymond Jr., a disability advocate and founder of the Split Second Foundation, joins BUILDINGS editor-in-chief Janelle Penny to discuss how commercial buildings can become more inclusive and adaptive.

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About Our Guest:

Mark Raymond Jr. is a disability advocate and the founder of the Split Second Foundation.

About the Author

Janelle Penny | Editor-in-Chief at BUILDINGS

Janelle Penny has more than a decade of experience in journalism, with a special emphasis on covering facilities management. She aims to deliver practical, actionable content for facilities professionals.

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