Maintaining your asphalt surface is important in keeping your property looking its best. But it’s also crucial to ensure that you adhere to ADA compliance standards during the process. Paradise Asphalt Maintenance will discuss tips for resolving potential compliance issues in this blog post, so your asphalt maintenance project meets all requirements.
What is ADA Compliance?
The ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) is a set of federal civil rights laws that protect individuals with disabilities from discrimination. The ADA forbids discrimination in several areas, including employment, transportation, public accommodations, and telecommunications.
The Act requires that all public facilities be accessible to individuals with disabilities. This includes sidewalks, parking lots, and other paved surfaces.
Asphalt Maintenance & ADA Compliance:
When it comes to asphalt maintenance, there are a few things to keep in mind to avoid any ADA compliance issues.
First, all work should be performed in a way that does not create new obstacles or barriers for pedestrians with disabilities.
Second, any work that could potentially impact the accessibility of pedestrian walkways must be reviewed and approved by the ADA in advance.
Finally, clean up any debris or materials that could create a trip hazard after the work is completed. Following these simple guidelines can help ensure that your asphalt maintenance project complies with all ADA regulations.
The ADA Compliant Plan For Asphalt Paving & Lots
Our specialist can assist you in planning and designing your blacktop features under the Americans with Disabilities Act if you have just started working on your commercial building project.
Small companies with 1 to 25 parking spots must have at least one place available for clients who are disabled. In addition, 2 of the nine spots must be constructed wide enough to accommodate vehicles with side-mounted wheelchair lifts. Larger enterprises with 401 to 500 parking spaces are required to provide at least nine places for disabled customers.
After determining how much accessible parking spots your company needs, we will start planning the layout. Our professional will consider the grade of the land, utility lines, and other features that might impact the placement of your asphalt. In addition, we will ensure that the entry and exit points are wide enough for wheelchair users.
Once we have determined the layout of your parking lot, we can begin to asphalt it. Our experts will ensure that the slopes are not too steep and that there are no obstacles. In addition, we will also ensure the finished product is level so wheelchair users can easily access the parking lot.
Why Choose Us For Your Paving Needs?
Paradise Asphalt Maintenance is committed to providing our customers
Liberty, MO, with high-quality asphalt paving services that comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). We are willing to meet our clients’ special requirements because we know this possibility.
If you need assistance resolving ADA compliance issues during your asphalt maintenance project, our team can help. We will assist you in ensuring your parking lot complies with all ADA regulations, including that the slopes aisles and parking spaces are compliant.