Australian Disabled Access Consultants has successfully arranged the approval of the Construction Certificate for a Medical Centre for Dr Michael Guirguis by requiring disabled access and wheelchair access is provided for:
- Continuous safe paths of travel into and within the Medical Centre
- Consultation room layouts
- Doorway and corridor widths
- Floor-ceiling heights along all movement pathways
- Main entry doorway into the premises
- Uni-sex disabled toilet
- Wheelchair access
To comply with Part D3 of the Building Code of Australia and Australian Standards AS1428.1–2001 (Design for Access and Mobility) the Medical Centre’s design by Quick Sketch Drafting required disabled access and wheelchair access.
Australian Disabled Access Consultants disabled access and wheelchair access design negotiations and disabled access assessment report for Dr Michael Guirguis medical centre Construction Certificate ensured compliance with:
- The guiding principles of the Disabilities Discrimination Act
- Building Code of Australia Part D3 disabled access and wheelchair access design standards for a class 9a medical centre building within the Waterloo residential and commercial area
- Australian Standards AS1428.1 disabled access and wheelchair access design guidelines
Australian Disabled Access Consultants explained that they fully support Dr. Guirguis for providing disabled access and wheelchair access in all areas of the Waterloo Medical Centre, supporting the principles of the Disability Discrimination Act 1992.
Australian Disabled Access Consultants also fully supports Sydney City Council’s strategy to require disabled access and wheelchair access within Guirguis’s Waterloo Medical Centre to support the principles of the Disability Discrimination Act 1992.