ADA/California Accessibility Standards Inspections

Meeting compliance of ADA standards and the Fair Housing Act

Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and California Accessibility requirements are reviewed at two points during the construction of the building and site: upon the completion of the building framing and the final completion of the buildings and site hardscape. During these inspections, each unit and building are inspected by a Certified Access Specialist (CASp) inspector registered with the State of California, for compliance with the ADA and California Accessibility Standards CBC 11A and 11B and the Fair Housing Act. The areas of focus are the path of travel, rough opening widths, clearances to doors, accessibility clearance, and backing requirements. A certificate “CASp Inspected” with an individually numbered State Issued Certificate of Compliance will be issued upon completion of review and report compliance for all common areas.

exterior walkway with level and measuring device being inspected for ADA compliance
exterior walkway reviewed for ADA and Fair Housing Act compliance
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