Accessibility Consulting & Training

Our team of professional accessibility consultants will conduct plan reviews, site assessments, and training that will get your project through the myriad of state and federal accessibility requirements to successful completion.

With decades of experience, Accessibility Services can help you untangle the often conflicting requirements of aesthetics and accessibility, keep you up to speed on changes and revisions in building codes at all levels, and provide innovative solutions to accessibility at any type of facility.


Using current standards, our team evaluates existing building sites or design documents and provides recommendations to ensure that your project is in compliance with applicable codes.
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Accessibility Services has teamed on the greatest diversity of projects in the industry. From schools and entertainment venues to corporate and residential facilities. We have done it all!
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The 2010 ADA Standards for Accessible Design Training Program

Are you familiar with these changes to the new design standards? If not, you should contact us to arrange for an in-firm training either in person or via webinar. AIA members will receive AIA/CES Learning Units applicable towards HSW credit.


Accessibility Service's experienced staff provides customized online webinars and in-firm accredited training and technical assistance on the latest city, state and federal accessibility requirements throughout the country.
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Accessibility Services holds regularly scheduled training programs on a wide array of code topics. Attend our training programs and stay up to code on the latest accessibility code changes.
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We are an AIA/CES Approved Provider of Continuing Education for the American Institute of Architects (AIA) as well as a registered provider for the International Code Council (ICC) and other professional organizations.

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Code Source: Accessibility
With this ICC resource readers can learn to translate key accessibility requirements into clear, understandable and easily applicable explanations.
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