WJA is pleased to see that University of Illinois’ new residence hall is featured in the Chicago Tribune. Described as the most “user-friendly dorm in the country for students with severe physical disabilities,” Beckwith Hall spearheads accessible design on university campuses. “The sinks, thermostats and light switches are at an accessible height. Dorm room doors open by waving a wireless card. Faucets are sensor-activated. And the roll-in showers come with chairs.” WJA is proud to have provided accessibility consulting for the project.