ADA Improvements for Commercial Buildings

Commercial ADA Improvements

Making ADA Improvements to SidewalkAfter March 15, 2012, all newly built or renovated facilities must comply with the requirements outlined in the 2010 ADA Standards for Accessible Design. Is your business in compliance? When you partner with Schulte Construction & Maintenance team, making ADA improvements to your business can be simple and worry-free.

What is the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)?

More than 50 million Americans have disabilities. The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) is a Federal civil rights law designed to make activities that most Americans take for granted accessible to disabled people. By making commercial ADA improvements, businesses can enable people with disabilities to enjoy such everyday activities as having a meal at a neighborhood restaurant, shopping at a local boutique, or going to see a movie with friends.

What Businesses Are Covered by the ADA?

The ADA Standards for Accessible Design applies to businesses that the ADA considers to be “public accommodations.” Generally, any business that provides goods or services to the public fits the definition of a public accommodation. Retail stores, restaurants, theaters, hotels, doctors’ and dentists’ offices, and private museums are all considered public accommodations.


How Schulte Can Help

From removing architectural barriers to installing ADA ramps, we make the built environment accessible for people with disabilities. We ensure that all ADA improvements are in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).

If you are planning to build a new facility or modify an existing one, please contact Schulte Construction & Maintenance to schedule a free site evaluation.