ACCESSIBILITY PLAN REVIEW & INSPECTIONS
Private Organizations are challenged with ensuring their projects comply with Federal, State and Local accessibility requirements. There are a number of guidelines that have been adopted throughout the United States.
Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 requires public accommodations and commercial facilities comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act Accessibility Guidelines ("ADAAG").
Chapter 11 of the IBC (International Building Code) describes accessible features with which a building must comply.
American National Standards Institute (ANSI) 117.1 covers accessible design standards.
Architectural Barriers Act (ABA) of 1968 requires access to facilities designed, built, altered, or leased with Federal funds.
Fair Housing Accessibility Guidelines provides guidelines on how to comply with the specific accessibility requirements of the Fair Housing Act (FHA).
Additionally, many state and local governments have adopted amendments to the accessibility codes and regulations.
What is Accessibility Plan Review & Inspections?
Accessibility plan review and inspection describes the process of ensuring design and construction conforms to Federal, State, and Local regulations of accessibility standards.
Bureau Veritas specializes in providing accessibility plan review and inspection of all building types and occupancies. We work with developer, owners, and design and construction teams to minimize the risk of costly litigation.
Why Choose Bureau Veritas?
Proven Track Record
Our highly qualified team of experts has extensive experience providing accessibility compliance services to private organizations throughout the United States on all building types and occupancies.
Nationwide Presence with Local Knowledge
Because we have office locations throughout the United States, we have local knowledge and experience in many states. Our nationwide presence enables our clients to utilize a single provider no matter where the project is located, and also ensures a consistent service.
FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions
What are the most common deficiencies?
Meeting the restroom wheelchair approach clearances within
Type A & B units.
Meeting the requirements for counter height and sink knee clearances in break rooms.
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