Greg Fehribach served as chairman of the Indiana Governor’s Residence Commission and participated in a process that kept the Residence in a historic Indianapolis neighborhood while making it accessible for people with disabilities. He also served as the coordinator and consultant for new construction and retrofitting, and designed an accessibility program.
The Fehribach Group served as the consultant on access issues regarding physical space, amenities and exhibits. Greg worked in conjunction with Ralph Applebaum of New York City on the Indiana State Museum. Applebaum works for RAA. He then retained Greg to consult on the accessible exhibit features during the design of the new United States Capitol […]
For the first time in the library’s history, the downtown Central Library is now accessible to people with disabilities. The Fehribach Group provided consultation to retrofit the library’s original 1917 structure as well as to ensure the 293,000-square-foot addition is accessible for all.
The Fehribach Group participated in the expansion of the Indiana Convention Center as part of an effort to attract a wider variety of groups and organizations to one of the nation’s top convention destinations. People with disabilities spend billions of dollars on travel. By improving access to Indianapolis’s premiere convention center, the tourist industry of the […]