Building Design for Handicapped and Aged Persons by Council on Tall Buildings & Urban Habitat Comm 56

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This unique international survey examines the myriad of design, construction, legislative, and management issues that must be taken into account in designing buildings to meet the special needs of the elderly and disabled. The book covers such critical topics as life safety, assisted escape, and access and egress for handicapped persons; non-evacuation techniques in compartmented fire-resistive buildings; guidance systems for the visually impaired; safe, secure, and smart housing technology for the disabled and elderly. All professionals working with this type of housing will find specific, creative ideas for design and construction.

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Published January 1, 1992 by Mcgraw-Hill (Tx). 254 pages
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