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Project Access 2.0

About

 

Project Access is a continuous program that focuses on making spaces ADA accessible. Project Access 2.0 is our second project in this program.

Project Access 2.0 is comprised of three ADA garden stations that were created by by re-arranging triangular modules to make seating, work surfaces, and multiple planter spaces. It was designed for veterans with disabilities in Englewood.

 

Site

57th Street and Hermitage Avenue

User

Englewood’s Veterans Garden

Installed

July 15th, 2018

Cost

$1,924

 
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Acknowledgments

We would like to thank Cordia Pugh, EVG Director, for her continuing support in making gardens accessible for veterans. We appreciate the help and feedback we received from the veterans in making this project.

"The Project Access team has an "I can" attitude and they view any small setbacks as a new opportunity and challenges them to overcome hurdles, never as a roadblock… The team's best quality is their willingness to work as a team and this attitude positively impacts each project they approach."

Cordia Pugh, Director, Englewood’s Veterans Garden