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An entertainment company owns movie theaters throughout the country, many of which were purchased from original owners.  While each theater has unique characteristics and nostalgic styling, few meet today’s ADA compliance standards.  The client needed a sliding tray installed in a ticket booth and the counter access retrofitted to meet current ADA height guidelines.

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ADA regulations impact almost every part of the way a retail business functions – from the width of its aisles to the height of its counters. There are dozens of potential violations a retailer faces. There are groups popping up around the country who aim […]

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Two for the Matinee

On November 9, 2010 By

An entertainment company owns movie theaters throughout the country, many of which were purchased from original owners.  While each theater has unique characteristics and nostalgic styling, few meet today’s ADA compliance standards.  The client needed a sliding tray installed in a ticket booth and the counter access retrofitted to meet current height guidelines.

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ADA regulations impact almost every part of the way a retail business functions – from the width of its aisles to the height of its counters. There are dozens of potential violations a retailer faces. There are groups popping up around the country who aim to exploit violations through lawsuits.

This summer, Attorney General Eric […]

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“We are working hard to ensure that the ADA keeps up with technological advances that were unimaginable 20 years ago,” said Attorney General Holder. “Just as these quantum leaps can help all of us, they can also set us back – if regulations are not updated or compliance codes become too confusing to implement.   […]

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Are You In Compliance?

On October 8, 2010 By

Revisions and more stringent adherence to the Americans with Disabilities Act has recently been signed into law.   Compliance must commence no later than March 15, 2011.

The new standards will encompass all U.S. hotels, banks, retail stores and shopping centers, restaurants and recreational facilities.

Property owners and facility management now have the task of […]

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