ADA/Accessibility Consulting

Glynn County Georgia ADA Consulting

LCM developed a survey form specific to Glynn County Georgia’s needs and evaluated public facilities for accessibility compliance. We provided technical assistance to local architecture firms responsible for construction documents and cost estimating to implement our recommended remediation plans. The types of of Glynn County Georgia facilities assessed included: Courthouses Fire Stations General and Recreation …

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Houston METRO

Construction Type New, Renovation LCM is providing accessibility and universal design consulting services to three architecture and engineering teams that are responsible for infrastructure improvements to the Houston METRO transit system. LCM’s guidance on all teams will establish a consistent application of universal design principles to systemwide components such as parking, street crossings, accessible route …

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Northwestern University Accessibility Consulting

Project Involvement at Northwestern University Kellogg School of Management, consultant to KPMB Architects Welsh-Ryan Arena Renovation, consultant to HOK The Commons, consultant to Ennead Architects Jacobs Center Alterations Committed to serving a diverse community, the University sought to establish an implementation plan for enhancing campus accessibility. LCM conducted a comprehensive assessment of existing buildings, parking, …

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University of Notre Dame ADA Compliance Plan

Working with the University regularly since 2008, LCM surveyed all campus facilities, parking areas and pedestrian routes and identified noncompliant ADA elements. Our report recommended and prioritized modifications for barrier removal with budget estimates. The report also included a map of accessible circulation routes and building entrances. The compliance plan, along with the ADA Design …

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ADA Title II Transition Plan

Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act requires a Transition Plan to provide program accessibility for people with disabilities. What does that entail?   Who needs a Transition Plan Title II of the ADA protects individuals with disabilities from discrimination in services, programs, and activities provided by government entities. All departments, agencies, and special …

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Accessible Medical Diagnostic Equipment

Designing and specifying equipment for medical facilities – physicians’ offices, clinics, emergency rooms, hospitals, and other medical settings – can be complicated. The pace of technological innovation in diagnosis and treatment presents a challenge, as does complying with the Americans with Disabilities Act. While the ADA requires medical facilities that serve the public to provide …

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Hospitality Trends & Accessibility

Perpetually engaged in refreshing and reinventing their environments to keep a competitive edge and provide patrons with experience-driven amenities and services, hotel establishments and brands see trends come and go. Performing ADA compliance assessments at hotels and resorts all over the country – from New York to Hawaii – LCM Architects’ accessibility specialists are frequent …

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