Joshua Klyber Featured in Buildings Magazine

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Feb 22, 2024

People’s needs change every day, but not everyone’s needs are covered by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). What if there was a way to meet ADA standards while maximizing accessibility for all? Universal design allows you to serve the broadest possible range of people while creating an inviting environment for everyone to enjoy.

Universal design concepts can help you build on the minimum ADA requirements while providing the flexibility needed to accommodate people of all abilities at all stages of life. More people can benefit, which can boost your reputation and make your building more appealing to employees, potential occupants, and patrons.

“These features don’t just help people with disabilities, they help everyone else too,” said Joshua Klyber, associate principal of accessibility and universal design at Jensen Hughes. “By providing universal design, you can also increase rents and marketability and make your building a more appealing place for leasing tenants.”

Read more in Buildings magazine, where Joshua Klyber shares his expertise on universal design principles and how incorporating these features into your facility can create a happier, healthier, and more equitable environment.

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Joshua Klyber
Joshua is a veteran of accessibility initiatives on the leading edge of educating and supporting clients by integrating universal design into their projects to surpass the code minimums and accommodate more individuals’ needs.