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Harrison-LeCaine Hall - 39 Bader Lane

Harrison-LeCaine buildingLocation: The Harrison-LeCaine Hall is located on the North side of Bader Lane between the Agnes Etherington Art Centre and the Grey House (51 Bader Lane).

Entrances

North
This entrance is non-accessible due to stairs.

South/West
The accessible entrance is to the right (south-west) of the main entrance. The door has an automatic opener to the elevator foyer. The entry way is level

West
The main entrance faces onto Bader Lane from the west and is not accessible.

 

Building Accessibility Features

Corridors: There are no doors that act as barriers in the corridors on levels 1 and 3.

Elevators: The building elevator allows access to all areas except rooms 220 through 229. It measures 65” by 80” with an entry way of 42”. The elevator is equipped with an audible announcement system, however, buttons are not in Braille, nor is the interior mirrored. The elevator does not serve the mezzanine level.

Wayfinding: The signage for this building is located outside the North entrance on the right side on a wall.

Washrooms: A single-user accessible washroom is located on the 2nd floor (room 265) in the corridor near the elevator. The door is not equipped with powered doors.  

Services: There is an assistance phone on level 2 near the north entry.

Parking: Permit parking is available on Bader Lane, in the lot behind Watson Hall and beside Victoria Hall. There are three accessible meter spaces on the north side of Stuart Street opposite the Underground Parking Garage entrance.

Water Fountain: There is an accessible water fountain with bottle fill station on the lower level by the elevator. 

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