Architectural Plan Reviews

MTC helps architects, engineers, designers and planners ensure buildings are accessible for people with disabilities.

The Americans with Disabilities Act requires all public facilities to be accessible for everyone. Whether a facility is a building, a park, a sprawling institution, or a complete city – brand new or dated – it must meet certain ADA standards. If facilities don’t meet ADA requirements, the consequences could be costly.

Contact MTC  to analyze the accessibility of our designs.


Denver International Airport
Expansion Project

MTC provided architectural plan reviews, for Gensler Architects, the largest architectural firm in the world, of all DIA South Terminal Redevelopment drawings, along with construction administration observations and reports, to ensure that the $500 million DIA expansion project, consisting of a 500 room hotel and commuter rail terminal, was ADA compliant.


McNichols Civic Center – Denver, CO

Facility Assessment and Architectural Plan Reviews

MTC was recently contracted by the Humphries Poli Architects firm, of Denver, Colorado, to provide plan review services, which will include an office design review, a cursory review of the existing building conditions, the attendance of preconstruction meetings, conducting 10 OAC site-walks during the construction process, as well as a final post construction project walk  through and the generation of a final executive summary report.


16th Street Mall – Denver, CO

Accessibility Survey

 MTC was selected by ZGF Architects of Portland, Oregon, to conduct a comprehensive accessibility survey of Denver’s 16th Street Mall. The U.S. Access Board has developed proposed guidelines for the public right-of-way. MTC used these guidelines to assess the 16th Street Mall and found that there were still many areas, which were not well defined. This led to extensive consultation, with representatives from the U.S. Access Board, to resolve ambiguities.


Kaiser Permanente

Facility Assessment and Architectural Plan Reviews

MTC completed a comprehensive facility accessibility assessment of over 2 million square feet of medical, administrative, and support space, operated by Kaiser Permanente. The survey identified accessibility issues, in each facility, and proposed specific solutions, costs, and priorities for accomplishing those modifications. Kaiser has retained MTC, for architectural plan reviews and accessibility audits, for all their new construction and renovation projects.


Central Denver Recreation Center – Denver, CO

Facility Assessment and Architectural Plan Reviews

MTC was recently contracted by the City and County of Denver, Colorado, to conduct an accessibility survey of the architectural drawings and planreviews, along with construction administration observations and reports, to ensure that the $75 million renovation project is ADA compliant.

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