A site survey or property assessment is the physical inspection by ADA experts to inform you where you stand today and what you need to do tomorrow to become ADA compliant.
ADA Compliance Team, Inc. [ACT] is ready to deploy a team of professionals to perform your survey. After this evaluation is complete, we then compile an ADA Report of those areas where your facilities indicate compliance or non-compliance.
ADA Compliance Team, Inc. [ACT] has a network of qualified contractors for your compliance construction. After your survey is completed, you are aware of each modification that needs to be implemented to achieve ADA accessibility compliance.
To begin the physical improvement phase of your ADA "compliance plan," skilled and knowledgeable contractors are needed. ADA Compliance Team (ACT) has assembled such a network of construction specialists to meet your needs and save you this time-consuming step.
ADA Compliance Team (ACT), experts in ADA Law and Regulations, constatnly researches and evaluates these contractors for their knowledge of the ADA laws and specifications. That is the only way we can recommend them to properly complete the improvements needed!
We will physically inspect the work performed by our team members to insure 100% compliance with the ADA laws and regulations as well as local building codes. The ADA Compliance Team, Inc. [ACT] wants you to rest assured our network of qualified contractors will do the work that meets your specifications, the strict requirements of ADA compliance/accessibility, and the necessary, exacting building codes. This is one more way the ADA Compliance Team advocates for businesses, by making sure your work is done completely and properly!
First step is to identify the real and potential barriers that can block or reduce access for customers, and any and all disabled visitors and employees.
Second step is the development of the formal transition plan. A Formal Transition Plan organizes and prioritizes the identified barriers and restrictions and includes ballpark estimate figures for budgeting and planning.
With the Final Transition Plan completed, the contractors selected, the Scopes of Work detailed, and the timeline for completion set,will begin coordinating the project(s).
The first step is to identify the real and potential barriers that can block or reduce access for customers, and any and all disabled visitors and employees. In addition, provide greater access for management, and employees in their work performance and duties. Plus, increase the overall quality of the environment. This is accomplished by a obtaining a thorough ADA Site Survey and Report. The ADA Site Survey will give you detailed information as to the non-compliant issues, the regulations pertaining to them and why they are considered non-compliant.
The second step is the development of the Formal Transition Plan. A Formal Transition Plan organizes and prioritizes the identified barriers and restrictions. During the Formal Transition Plan creation, specialized trade cost estimates, multiple design ideas, alternatives, and combinations of different approaches are collected.
Once all the specialty trade contractors have submitted their respective bids with their varying solutions, ADA Compliance Team, Inc. [ACT] sits down with its team and reviews them all. They take into account factors such as cost, time frames, feasibility, inconvenience factor(s), schedules, design options / alternatives, etc.
Once ADA Compliance Team, Inc. [ACT] has completed its review, it chooses the “best fit” for the client and selects those contractors for the implementation of their compliance solutions. At this point, ADA Compliance Team, Inc. [ACT] compiles a Final Transition Plan and presents a budget and a corresponding timeline for completion for our client's approval.
With the Final Transition Plan completed, the contractors selected, the Scopes of Work detailed, and the timeline for completion set, the ADA Compliance Team, Inc. [ACT] will begin coordinating the project(s). This comprehensive service includes managing the scheduling, reviewing the work and progress, and reporting to the owners. Should there be a need for any “additional” modifications, ADA Compliance Team, Inc. [ACT] will meet (on-site) with the specialty trade sub-contractors, inspect the situation, discuss options, then, if necessary, report the suggested “changes requested” to the owner(s).
Once the changes have been approved, ADA Compliance Team, Inc. [ACT] will notify the contractors, authorizing them to complete the modifications and get back on schedule to complete the project. Once the project is complete, ADA Compliance Team, Inc. [ACT] will conduct a thorough inspection of all work completed and file a report of completion with the owner(s).