ADA/Accessibility Consulting

Hilton Worldwide

LCM consults with Hilton Worldwide on the interpretation and application of ADA Title III Accessibility Standards and requirements. We have been helping the international hotel group manage ADA compliance for its vast portfolio since 2011. Hilton brands include boutique, resort, luxury, timeshare, and micro hotels that cater to a broad audience of vacationers, business travelers …

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Barrier Free Health Care

Barrier-Free Health Care Initiative

Location Nationwide As an Accessibility Expert for the Barrier-Free Health Care Initiative, LCM surveys healthcare facilities to identify physical conditions not in compliance with the ADA. Our reports recommend barrier removal solutions that would enable access by persons with disabilities. Enforcement authorities rely on this information to reach agreements with healthcare providers. The U.S. Department …

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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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MilwaukeeADACompliance

City of Milwaukee ADA Consulting

LCM is the Independent Licensed Architect retained to assess ADA Title II compliance of municipal facilities in the City of Milwaukee. The City modified police stations, fire houses, and administrative buildings to remove barriers and ensure program accessibility. LCM evaluated the modifications to confirm ADA compliance. We also conducted accessibility surveys and made recommendations for …

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Hotel ADA Compliance: Guest Room Dispersion

The ADA Standards for Accessible Design impacts guest room dispersion in the hotel industry. Dispersion Requirements The ADA requires that hotels provide guests with disabilities a range of equivalent guest room options provided to other guests. Accessible rooms need to be dispersed among various room classes (economy, standard, deluxe, a concierge level, etc) and types (number …

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2018 Illinois Accessibility Code Now In Effect

A user-friendly version of the Illinois Accessibility Code is now published on the Illinois Capital Development Board’s website! The new Illinois Accessibility Code (71 Ill. Adm. Code 400), which became effective as of October 23, 2018, is the culmination of a four-year effort to harmonize the 1997 IAC and the ADA 2010 Standards. LCM Architects …

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Hotel ADA Compliance: Interiors and Public Spaces

When hotels renovate room interiors and public spaces, it is important to understand the application of Americans with Disabilities Act Standards. Understanding what is or is not required can help avoid the cost and inconvenience of potential complaints or remediation work. This is part one of a series about hotel renovations and ADA compliance.   …

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Ohio University ADA Transition Plan

LCM is developing an ADA Transition Plan with Ohio University.  By working together, the plan improves the accessibility of the University’s main campus. These efforts are in compliance with accessibility requirements of Title II of the ADA and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act. ADA Transition Plan work includes: Conduct surveys of buildings and exterior …

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