At this point in time when your plans have not been submitted, we have a golden opportunity to save you money. Before the plans have been submited, you can avoid costly mistakes that may not be well known among other construction professions. Get the help of a Certified Access Specialist to review your plans before they are submitted.
If you have already submitted plans that have not been reviewed by a Certified Access Specialist. We can still review the plans for ADA compliance to avoid costly rework during the construction phase.
During construction, it can add great value to your project to have a Certified Access Specialist walk the construction site. To identify potential ADA compliance issues, prior to installing finishes.
What is ADA? ADA stands for the Americans with Disabilities Act, set forth by President George H. W. Bush in 1990. This act requires all businesses to adhere to the accessibility standards defined by the act. Making your business accessible for those with disabilities may sound simple, but businesses that do not hire professional CASp inspectors find themselves in the middle of a costly ADA lawsuits. Something as simple as the amount of accessible spaces in your parking lot, or the position of your signs could be the difference between being compliant and a lawsuit. Don’t risk an ADA lawsuit and get the help of a professional CASp inspector and get your Business peace of mind.
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