ADA SIGNAGE

Doors

ADA SIGNAGE

When someone talks about ADA compliant signage, they are usually referring to signage placed around a facility directing people to certain accessible spaces and facilities. This includes the ISA sign at entrances and doors that are ADA compliant. ADA complaint signage is required at exits, restrooms, accessible routes directional signs, and Handicap and Van accessible spaces labeled with the proper ADA complaint signage. This is a state and federal requirement for public facilities and must be installed. Many of the signs on the exterior of the buildings are also required to be ADA compliant, featuring a tactile/braille street address number, door identification description, and number.

BENEFITS
OF DESIGN BUILD

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.

Mike Schaeffer

Owner & Founder Protrk®

ONE PROCESS

Tested & Proven

ONE TEAM

Working For You

ONE COMPANY

For ADA Compliance

ONE CALL

The Right Call

Precision & Quality
Stress-Free Process

  • Step 1 - Third Party CASp Report
  • Step 2 - "As-Built" Drawings
  • Step 3 - Solutions & Value Engineering
  • Step 4 - Construction Documents & Permits
  • Step 5 - ADA Build Out
  • Step 6 - ADA Compliant Certifications