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New Accessible Adult Change Facilities included in the 2019 Building Code of Australia (BCA)

Posted on February 6, 2019

Accessible Adult Change Facilities are sanitary facilities which contain a toilet, adult sized change table and a ceiling track hoist. From 1 May 2019, the Building Code of Australia requires Accessible Adult Change Facilities to be provided in particular types

Architecture & Access congratulates Nasrin

Posted on February 6, 2019

The team at Architecture & Access congratulate Nasrin Fattahi for achieving her Australia Day Citizenship Award. Nasrin was very proud to be part of the citizenship ceremony held in Whitehorse City Council and to make her Australian Citizenship pledge. Nasrin

How to create better spaces to live in – learning from the world around us

Posted on December 18, 2018

What defines the spaces that we love? What makes some places great? Why do we enjoy being in one particular place more than another? How can the natural world around us teach us to design in a way that will

Steve Schulze and Grant Wooller lead the Architecture & Access team in South Australia

Architecture & Access congratulate Steve Schulze in our South Australia Office

Posted on December 12, 2018

Architecture & Access congratulate Steve Schulze for achieving Accredited Member status with the Association of Consultants in Access Australia (ACAA). Architecture & Access congratulate Steve Schulze for achieving Accredited Member status with the Association of Consultants in Access Australia (ACAA). Steve has

Architecture & Access provided access consulting services to the University of Adelaide, Medical and Nursing Schools

Architecture & Access SA office celebrates four years

Posted on May 1, 2018

Architecture & Access SA office is excited to celebrate four years since opening and, following a period of growth, we have moved to new premises located in 147 Pirie Street Adelaide. Grant Wooller and Steve Schulze, the two proud South

Architecture & Access delivers on Sydney Light rail accessibility

Architecture & Access delivers on Sydney Light Rail accessibility

Posted on December 8, 2017

Architecture & Access has delivered key pieces of the impressive Sydney Light Rail transport infrastructure meeting a range of design, compliance and usability requirements including Disability Standards for Accessible Public Transport 2002 (Transport Standards). “This project showed our unique capacity

Architecture & Access Queensland Rail Access Audit Project Richlands Station deagon twenty/20 construction

2017 target in sight for accessible public transport

Posted on November 4, 2017

December 2017 is a key milestone for the achievement of accessibility compliance targets across public transport conveyances, premises and infrastructure. In 2002, the Disability Standards for Accessible Public Transport (Transport Standards) was released providing a staged 30-year timeframe for operators

Architecture & Access Queensland Rail Access Audit Project Varsity Lakes Station

Architecture & Access assists QueenslandRail to meet Accessible Public Transport target

Posted on November 1, 2017

Architecture & Access, in partnership with Queensland Rail Accessibility Team, embarked on a contract to audit the Sunshine Coast line which included 31 stations in July 2016 to assess current progress towards meeting their target obligations under Disability Standards for

Role and responsibilities of the building practitioner in Complex Home Modification Assessment for NDIS participants.

Posted on October 29, 2017

Professional advice on the design, scope, viability and cost of proposed home modifications is key to decision-making by the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) when approving complex home modifications. This presentation looks at key areas of the of NDIS Complex (Structural) Home

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Developing an effective method to evaluate the application of Universal Design in the built environment

Posted on October 16, 2017

Architecture & Access in collaboration with a multidisciplinary research team at Deakin University is working on a project entitled ‘Developing an effective method to evaluate the application of Universal Design in the built environment.’ There is currently no consistently applied