How Interior Designers Protect the Public

A qualified interior designer is a key asset to any building construction team, lending knowledge and taking responsibility for critical features that protect public health, safety and welfare. Interior designers provide expertise for:

  • Meeting accessibility requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
  • Installing doors, lighting and equipment for compliance with fire safety and other local, state and provincial building codes.
  • Specifying ergonomic, sustainable designs and furnishings to protect human health.