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Chicago Housing Authority

The Chicago Housing Authority and its project partners consistently rely on LCM to ensure compliance with UFAS, FHA, ADA, ADAAG, and the Chicago Building Code for multifamily properties. As part of a Voluntary Compliance Agreement with HUD, CHA retained LCM as a third party certifier to verify compliance with applicable accessibility regulations and code requirements …

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Glynn County Georgia ADA Consulting

​Types of facilities assessed Courthouses Fire Stations General and Recreation Offices Equipment Offices Bath Houses Picnic Pavilions Boat Marinas Fishing Piers Glynn County entered into a settlement agreement with the U.S. Department of Justice requiring that the County survey buildings and facilities not reviewed by DOJ investigators during a previous ADA compliance survey. LCM developed …

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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

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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