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CCCT with Elizabeth Ruggles, Senior ADA & Accessibility Consultant for Charles Taylor

CCCT with Elizabeth Ruggles, Senior ADA & Accessibility Consultant for Charles Taylor

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CCR Publisher David Corson sat down with Elizabeth Ruggles, Accessibility Specialist for Charles Taylor. Accessibility compliance is an important aspect of any construction or building project and firms need to remember that there are numerous rules both at the federal and state level which can impact them.

When most people think about handicap accessibility in the United States, they typically associate it with the familiar blue signs and wheelchair friendly ramps that have become commonplace across the nation. However, accessibility is so much more than this and can be beautiful and a natural component of a project if it is done correctly and built in as early as possible. It requires proper planning, diligence and needs to be an ongoing effort for companies to avoid serious legal and monetary issues. Luckily, most construction companies want to actively be compliant and work to do so, but due to the numerous different regulations and different states having different rules, it can make navigating accessibility a headache for those newer to it. 

It’s never too late during a construction project to ask for experts to evaluate Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and accessibility compliance, but like most things its always best to start as early as possible. By building accessibility in during the design and development phase, companies can ensure that if things need to go back to the drawing board, they are able to address those issues before ground is broken. Similarly, for acquisitions or updates to existing buildings, its similarly best to work with experts to check compliance sooner rather than later. It will always be easier to pivot or change a design element before it’s been built in. Enjoy the conversation.

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