Some solutions implemented for the removal of architectural barriers in the built environment cause more problems than they actually solve. It is our goal to put an end to that. Physical access is best provided when buildings are evaluated for both form and function. The application of universal design principles stems from that fundamental process.
When accessible features are designed with the user in mind, they do not stand out as separate elements, but blend into the structure as a cohesive whole.
We have developed expertise that provides our clients with the range of services that they need to help ensure that they not only improve physical access, but provide accessible programs, services and activities.
Our work is fully customized to the needs of our clients. We can provide these services as a cohesive whole, or on an individual basis, as needed.
When we say that we apply accessibility, we mean it.