Cursory Facility Audits

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The Americans with Disabilities Act prohibits discrimination on the basis of disability and requires places of public accommodations and commercial facilities, such as restaurants, hotels, theaters, retail stores, shopping centers, medical offices, hospitals, museums, zoos, and amusement parks, to be designed, constructed, and altered in compliance with accessibility standards.

Montanya Distillers, Crested Butte, CO
ADA Cursory Facility Audit

The owners of the Montanya Distillers enlisted MTC to conduct an on-site cursory ADA compliance analysis of their facility, for adherence to the title III scoping and technical provisions of the Americans with Disabilities Act.

An MTC consultant conducted a brief walk-through with the owners, identified and highlighted significant barriers to their access, and provided a written cursory survey report, which included recommendations for mitigating the risk of their compliance deficiencies.

Baskin Robbins, Colorado Springs, CO
ADA Cursory Facility Audit

The owners of a Colorado Springs Baskin Robbins hired MTC to conduct an on-site cursory ADA compliance analysis for the path of travel and accessible route of their facility, for adherence to the title III scoping and technical provisions of the Americans with Disabilities Act.

An MTC consultant conducted a brief walk-through with the owners and verbally identified any significant barriers to their path of travel and accessible route, as well as providing practical recommendations for achieving compliance.

Hapa Sushi Grill & Sake Bar, Denver, CO
ADA Cursory Facility and Site Audit

MTC was hired to conduct an on-site cursory ADA compliance assessment of the Hapa Sushi Grill & Sake Bar, for adherence to the title III scoping and
technical provisions of the Americans with Disabilities Act.

After the initial walk-through, the MTC consultant provided a cursory survey report, limited to a Summary of Findings for the public access areas, which included the restrooms, the bar and patio areas, the exterior entrance ramp, and the underground parking area, and also identified the steps necessary for achieving accessibility compliance.

Centerra Office Building, Denver, CO
ADA Cursory Facility and Site Audit

Stream Realty Acquisition enlisted MTC to conduct a cursory audit of accessibility issues at the Centerra Office Building, for compliance with title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act.

The purpose of the cursory review of their original building plans and on-site audit was to provide the prospective owner with an estimate of barrier removal issues which should be addressed as part of the acquisition of the building. MTC provided a brief summary report documenting the findings of the audits.

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