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Business and Economics Building

550 South Limestone Street

Who's Here:

College of Business and Economics

Accessible Entries:

There are three accessible entrances with automatic doors, located at the South Limestone main entrance, the north side of the building adjacent to the sunken garden, and at the second floor level that is accessed from the raised sidewalk. There is one accessible entrance with a manual door on the south side of the building.

Parking:

There is accessible parking on Administration Drive behind the Gillis building (#33) with four van accessible and nine accessible parking spaces.

Exterior Access Route:

An accessible sidewalk traverses the South Limestone entrance of the building. A raised sidewalk leads to an accessible entrance on the second floor.

Interior Access Route:

Corridors and elevators enable access to all floors.

Rest Rooms:

Rest rooms on the first floor are located in the computer lab, west wing, and in the east wing. East wing has automatic doors. On floors two through three the accessible rest rooms are in the west (new) wing. There are no accessible rest rooms on the fourth floor.

Elevators:

There are two elevators in the lobby off the main entrance that access all floors.

For Assistance:

There is no information about assistance at this time.

Other Notable Aspects:

There are accessible water fountains between the rest rooms on the first, second and fourth floors. There is an accessible pay phone in the lobby on the first floor. There is a computer lab and student lounge on the first floor.

Picture of the main entrance to the Business and Economics Building.
 

Picture of the north-side entrance to the Business and Economics Building.
 

Picture of the second floor entrance to the Business and Economics Building.
 

Picture of the south-side entrance to the Business and Economics Building.
 

For general questions about the UK campus, contact Public Relations.

If you have suggestions or find errors on the accessibility map, contact: Jerry Weisenfluh, Kentucky Geological Survey.

If you have suggestions or find errors on the Building Information Pages, contact: Bethany Overfield, Kentucky Geological Survey.

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