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ADA Architects and Contractors

As a CASp-Certified company with over a decade of experience under our belts, we pride ourselves in taking a proactive approach to shepherding clients through the complicated and sometimes confounding process of getting a property or business ADA compliant.   This end-to-end approach is why we work closely with architects and contractors.  Here’s how:

  • Once an Access Report is drafted, we remain committed to the project and readily available to answer any questions an architect or contractor might have. We need them to fully understand our findings and work hard to ensure no plans for implementation are being made without understanding the ramifications.  Budgets can be tight and that is why we do all we can for our clients to verify that no good money is being tossed toward incomplete or non-compliant solutions.
  • After we have drafted ADA Compliant plans for a property, we provide consultative support to the project’s architectural and construction team. It is crucial for that hand-off to be precise.  They must fully understand our design plans.  To do so, we not only provide easy access to review our findings, but go into further detail with online meeting software so that findings and solutions can be reviewed in real-time by all parties.
  •  After we have drafted ADA Compliant plans for a property, we provide consultative support to the project’s architectural and construction team. It is crucial for that hand-off to be precise.  They must fully understand our design plans.  To do so, we not only provide easy access to review our findings, but go into further detail with online meeting software so that findings and solutions can be reviewed in real-time by all parties.

Mark Tudor – ADA Contractor

Mark Tudor - ADA Contractor

Mark Tudor has over 30 years of experience in the construction business, establishing Tudor Construction in 1978. Mark has managed many projects in the commercial, industrial, office, restaurant, and medical construction; focused primarily on tenant improvement build-outs and finishing. He also oversaw all aspects of building dozens of projects in residential construction, both new and remodels.

Mark has managed all areas of the business: employees, budgeting/financial, sales, marketing, estimating, procurement, customer relations and all areas relating to construction codes and safety. It was during the years of completing commercial tenant improvement projects that Mark became interested in disability access. While doing those projects, he constructed many handicap accessible pedestrian ramps, restrooms, entries, drinking fountains, telephones, platform lifts, and parking stalls.

Because of the construction experience, we are in a unique position to not only understand what non-compliant architectural elements need to be removed but also how to construct alternative compliant elements. Having that strong construction background allows us to make the most economical and feasible solutions for our clients.

 

THREE STEPS TOWARDS ADA COMPLIANCE

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ACCESSIBILITY ASSESSMENT

STEP 1: Our professional and insightful team will come to your locations for a complete evaluation

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CERTIFIED REPORTS

STEP 2: Our complete reports will give clear design guidance on what must be done to satisfy state regulations.

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REMEDIATION SUPPORT

STEP 3: After the plan is done we are there from the selection of the right contractor to sign off on the final inspection.

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What's Different about Us?

  • Return phone calls and emails promptly.
  • Tailor our services to our customers’ needs and budget.
  • Provide fast and complete written estimates.
  • Schedule timely, meticulous site surveys.
  • Deliver reports that are thorough and easy to understand.
  • Use our extensive construction experience to provide the most economical solutions.
  • Good communication during the entire process & available to answer questions.
  • We have a sense of urgency in solving our client’s problems.
  • We are not satisfied unless the client’s expectations are exceeded.

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