When it comes to understanding the requirements for ADA Signage, you may find the legal terminology confusing and difficult to interpret! That's where Protrk Construction comes in. As your ADA contractor, we are familiar with all of the ADA guidelines relating to signage and we can help you to get it right - avoiding the risk of a federal lawsuit!
What is ADA Signage?
When someone talks about ADA signage, they are usually referring to signage placed around a facility directing people to certain spaces and facilities. This includes entrances, exits, restrooms, accessible routes, and parking facilities. ADA signage is a federal requirement for public facilities and must be installed in the following buildings:
- State, county, and local government facilities
- Public accommodations and commercial facilities, including:
- Stores and shops
- Restaurants and bars
- Sales or retail establishments
- Service establishments
- Places of lodging
- Recreation facilities
- Assembly areas
- Private museums
- Places of education
- Office buildings
- Manufacturing plants
- Public areas of apartment and condo buildings
- Other facilities whose operations affect commerce
- Commercial areas in private residences
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Being involved in ADA design and construction has given me the opportunity to help a lot of business owners and commercial property owners prevent costly ADA compliant lawsuits.