The mechitza comes to five feet. The bottom half is built from wood at an angle to prevent tripping, and the top half holds clear glass panels with etching representing the seven species of Israel. The Bimah includes a ramp for handicap accessibility and railing. The benches double as a torah holder. A table pulls out under the reading table for congregants in wheelchairs. The entire bimah is also made portable. It can split in half and be wheeled out of the room for large events.
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Bass Furniture designed, produced, and installed the new remodel at Anshei Emuna in Del Ray Beach, Florida. The project consisted of approximately 70 feet and two bends of mechitzas, a completely wheel chair accessible Bimah and torah reading table, torah holders, and pagenator.