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Accessibility in Public Buildings: : Efficiency of Checklist Protocols

Andersson, Jonas E; Skehan, Terry;
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  • Published: 01 Jan 2016
  • Country: Sweden
Abstract
In Sweden, governmental agencies and bodies are required to implement a higher level of accessibility in their buildings than that stipulated by the National Building and Planning Act (PBL). The Swedish Agency for Participation (MFD, Myndigheten för delaktighet) develops holistic guidelines in order to conceptualize this higher level of accessibility. In conjunction to these guidelines, various checklist protocols have been produced. The present study focuses on the efficiency of such checklist protocols. The study revolved around the use of a checklist protocol in assessments of two buildings in Stockholm: the new head office for the National Authority for Soci...
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free text keywords: Accessibility levels, checklist protocol, ex-post evaluations, evaluation efficiency, public buildings, Architecture, Arkitektur
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