The 4 stages of accessible greenhouse design and ADA compliance

The 4 stages of accessible greenhouse design and ADA compliance

Incorporating accessibility and compliance into greenhouse design is a requirement in the U.S., under the Americans with Disabilities Act and certain state laws. It’s a multifaceted process that enhances accessibility for all workers in the greenhouse.

When working with the design partner on a given greenhouse project, there are four stages that are most important to address along the way. 

Initial Assessment And Planning

The early stages of a greenhouse design are all about communication. 

Operations teams and design partners should engage ADA specialists and, importantly, individuals with disabilities in the initial planning phase. Their insights can help tailor the design to meet specific needs that might not be immediately obvious to someone without their experience.

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