Outdoor Developed Area Assessments

MTC provides solutions to help improve outdoor and recreation accessibility.

Whether you are with a State Department of Natural Resources, the National Park Service, the U.S. Forest Service, or the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, MTC can help improve the accessibility of your facilities and programs for people with disabilities.

Contact the MTC experts to help improve your outdoor and recreation accessibility.


State of Georgia
Self-evaluation and Transition Plan

In order to provide appropriate access for the citizens of Georgia, MTC is providing professional services to assist the Georgia Department of Natural Resources in updating its Transition Plan. MTC is completing a comprehensive plan for the renovation, alteration, and/or repair of existing State of Georgia facilities and access routes.

The Transition Plan includes the identification of barriers to accessibility in State facilities and State parks, detailed priorities and recommendations for removing barriers, and a schedule for achieving compliance.

Florissant Fossil Beds National Monument, CO
Self-evaluation and Transition Plan

Florissant Fossil Beds National Monument retained the services of MTC to conduct a Self-evaluation and Transition Plan (SETP). The project addressed the accessibility of park policies and procedures, the highest ranked Asset Priority Index facilities, and the key visitor programs, services, and activities.

The SETP included an evaluation of the Visitor Center/Museum, Picnic Areas, Administration Building, Hornbek Homestead, Trails, Amphitheater, Interpretive Media Assets, Park Website, Park Superintendents Compendium, Park Junior Ranger Program, and Park Policies and Procedures.



Glacier National Park
Glacier, MT Accessibility Training

MTC provided a one-day training session for Park and concessionaire staff. The training covered accessibility laws, how to provide accessible programs, service animals, Self-evaluation and Transition Plans, the new trail standards and how to apply them to existing trails, the laws and unique requirements for concessions, housing, and non-NPS employees.



Zion National Park, Springdale, UT
Self-evaluation

Zion National Park has retained the services of MTC to conduct a Self-evaluation of their Park and two sister park visitor centers. The project will address the accessibility of park policies and procedures, the high value Park assets, and the key visitor programs, services, and activities.

The Self-evaluation will address the compliance of their programs, services, and activities, as set forth by the Architectural Barriers Act Accessibility Standards, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act, and where applicable, the Americans with Disabilities Act.

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