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Hotel Renovations and ADA Compliance Part I: Interiors and Public Spaces

When hotels update room interiors and public spaces to keep their facilities looking fresh, it is important to understand the application of Americans with Disabilities Act standards. Knowing what is and is not required can help avoid the cost and inconvenience of potential complaints or remediation work. This is the first of a two part …

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ADA Training for Surveys & Assessments

LCM professionals bring clarity and accuracy to the accessibility assessment process, through formal instructional sessions or teaching moments in the field. LCM’s accessibility specialists conduct thorough facilities surveys to assess compliance with ADA standards but education is an equally important aspect of our work.  LCM Architects offer training programs structured to suit the unique scope …

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ADA Title II Transition Plan

Signed in 1990, the Americans with Disabilities Act is civil rights legislation that prohibits discrimination against people with disabilities. Who Title II of the ADA applies to state and local governments responsible for protecting individuals with disabilities from discrimination in the services, programs, and activities they provide. All departments, agencies, and special districts of state …

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