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How do ADA Title II and Title III Differ?

Title II and Title III approach architectural barrier removal differently to protect individuals with disabilities from discrimination. Title II and Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act have much in common. Both address provisions for equal access in the built environment. They require that new facilities and altered spaces comply with the ADA Standards …

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What is ADA Program Accessibility?

‘Program accessibility’ is a fundamental principle of Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act. Public entities are required to make services, programs, and activities accessible to individuals with disabilities. Title II of the ADA states: “A public entity shall operate each service, program, or activity so that the service, program, or activity, when viewed …

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Congratulations Sunyoung Kim, CASp!

LCM congratulates Sunyoung Kim for qualifying as a Certified Access Specialist (CASp). Sunyoung Kim is now an accessibility consultant/inspector who has been tested and certified by the State of California Division of State Architect as an expert in disability access laws. California established the Certified Access Specialist Program to encourage ADA compliance by public accommodations …

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Jon Hiatt Joins LCM

LCM welcomes registered architect Jon Hiatt to our ADA consulting group. Jon has focused on technical aspects of design during his 15-year architecture career.  Jon Hiatt’s work is an ideal channel for his craft and resolve to make buildings and cities more usable for everyone. Always inquisitive and a problem-solver, he has gravitated toward understanding …

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Troy Paul Joins LCM

LCM welcomes Troy Paul to our ADA consulting group. Troy has 10 years of architectural practice experience.   Troy Paul has a multifaceted background. After earning a Bachelor of Architecture at Prairie View A&M University, Troy worked on projects ranging from a historic aqueduct system to residential high rises. His work on a teachers academy and …

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Kat Dailey in LCM office

Kat Dailey Joins LCM

LCM welcomes Katherine Dailey to our ADA consulting group. Kat energetically applies her seven years of architectural experience to make the built environment more usable for all people. Kat is passionate about using her creativity and research talents to find new solutions. A self-proclaimed maker of things, she has already invented practical devices to make …

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Marsha Agard Joins LCM

LCM welcomes Marsha Agard to our Architecture group. Marsha’s ideal of achieving well-designed functionality aligns with LCM’s work to make spaces usable by all people. Inspired by geometrical designs in architecture and nature, she uses her strong architectural detailing and problem solving skills in her work. Marsha explores ways to bring all project elements together …

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Daniel Vega in LCM office

Daniel Vega Joins LCM

LCM welcomes Daniel Vega as an Accessibility Specialist with architectural experience and a dedication for improving environments for underserved communities. Daniel uses his curiosity about the natural and built environment to inspire him in his career. In architectural practice, he has analyzed the application of international, federal, and local zoning and building codes to residential and …

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Joe Cuevas in LCM office

Joe Cuevas Joins LCM

LCM welcomes Joe Cuevas as an Accessibility Specialist. He brings over seven years of experience navigating multiple projects, managing schedules, and solving challenges.  Joe Cuevas is a LEED AP with a Bachelor of Architecture from the Illinois Institute of Technology. He has led renovation projects through all phases of development, urging the preservation of historical …

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