ADA Physical Access/Transition Plan

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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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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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. CHA retained LCM as a third party certifier to verify compliance with applicable accessibility regulations and code requirements in Senior, Family, and Scattered Site Housing developments, as …

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University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign ADA Transition Plan

The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign sought LCM ADA consulting services to evaluate nine campus facilities and 10 student housing complexes for program accessibility. Using the technical standards of the 1991 and 2010 ADA Standards, noncompliant elements that prohibit access were recommended for modifications to update the University’s ADA Title II Transition Plan.  Considering program …

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