In this program, we'll discuss accessibility and ADA compliance in restroom design. We'll identify who needs accessibility in the restroom. We'll also review the principles of universal design as well as proper placement of fixtures and accessories and clearances in accordance with code and ADA guidelines and requirements to ensure accessibility for all.
Explain the principles of accessibility and universal design
Apply regulations governing accessibility in the toilet room
Apply accessible design to toilet room components
Use fixture and accessory selection knowledge to improve toilet room accessibility for all users.
How can we register a group of people attending the event from a single location that work with the same organization?
One person from the organization needs to register for each location.
At the time of the presentation, the webinar facilitator will ask each designated registrant of each group to record the roll call of those in attendance.
Our webinar provider will register each attendee with AIA National; however the roll call list needs to include each attendee's --
first and last name,
AIA Number and
Phone number is optional. The webinar provider may need to contact them if they encounter any problems with registration or email address.
Your designated registrant needs to email the roll call list within 24 hours to our webinar provider; whose email address will be given at the end of the session.
BIM Level-Of-Development (LOD) was highlighted within several presentations. Those presentations providing LOD are bold-faced in the list below. I admit, I haven't listened to all the presentations on this list --as they were released 2 weeks ago. I'll update the boldfaced list of LOD presentations once I review them all.
2015 Fall BIMForum Class Presentation Topics | Videos and PDFs
BIM/VDC for Precon at Ledcor
Optimizing Project Decision Making with VDC
Designers Taking Back Control of BIM Design Coordination
How BIM Impacts the Structural Steel Fabrication Business
A PDF Does Not Equal Paper How the PDF Revolution is Advancing BIM Workflows
BIM before BIM’s
Owner Actions to Define Transparency in the Model-based Design Process
BIM Utilization Effectiveness – How We Became Effective BIM Producers While Driving Innovation Forward
Organizational Modules: Studying the Effects of Organizational Repetitions Using QCA
Taking Control of the Game – An Exploration of Virtual Reality and Gaming Workflows
Building Blocks in your BXP: BIM-M Initiative
Pre-engineered Metal Building Systems
Precast and BIM
Laser focus on accuracy in BXP: USIBD LOA & LOD
BIM Legal and Insurance Issues
Raising the Roof with your BXP: Steel Joist and Deck
Building Quality in your BXP: NISD CM-BIM by David Merrifield (NISD)
AEC Supply Chain Optimization – Building Information Modeling for Improved Productivity and Content Management for Off-Site Prefabrication in a Semi-Conductor Manufacturing Facility Retrofit Environment
4D > 3D Model + Schedule
Preconstruction in Construction: Managing Change in a Billion Dollar Hospital
Live Cost Modeling & Production Analytics with BIM
Constructible Design: Merging Design, Detailing and Coordination to Mitigate Risk and Create Predictable Outcomes
The CSI BIM Practice Group published this Revit | e-SPECS learning-video (below) defining a Small Firm's Perspective | Implementing e-SPECS Specifications authoring software. e-SPECS automates the creation of the specifications by linking directly to a project's Revit model.
e-SPECS for Revitautomates the process of creating specification manuals integrated with all Autodesk Revit-based applications. e-SPECS for Revit includes the e-SPECS Binding Manager to link Revit families to your master guide specs automatically including and filtering the sections based on the families and parameters in the BIM Model.