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ICC A117.1 COMM
Contains technical specifications for elements that are used in creating accessible functional spaces. For example, it specifies technical requirements for making doors, routes, seating and other elements accessible. These accessible elements are used for designing accessible functional spaces such as classrooms, hotel rooms, lobbies or offices. Your Alert Profile lists the documents that will be monitored.