A $240,000,000 Barrier Removal Project with Kaylan Dunlap & Bill Zellmer
Lunchtime chat with Kaylan Dunlap and Bill Zellmer
How would you go about managing 87,000 barriers to access, a class action lawsuit on over 24 hospital campuses over a 10-year period? Did we mention the price? $240,000,000! Yes, that’s Million with 6 zeros. Join us for a great discussion and the efforts that Sutter Health has gone to improve access to their medical facilities for persons with disabilities....Read More
Opinions on H.R. 620 ADA Education and Reform Act…..Where to measure cross slope for walks >5’……. A Shower or Rinsing Station?….and more
ADA Guidelines for Fast Casual & Quick Service Restaurants
Confused about the ADA regulations and the potential liability for your restaurant?
Join us for this free information session which includes the following topics:
Presented By: Paul Klein, Certified Access Specialist & Principal with CalCasp, Inc.
Duration: 1 hour (max)
Mar 15, 2018 11:00 AM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)
ADA Shop Talk with Angela Jemmott, Executive Director With the California Commission on Disability Access (CCDA)
We are honored to have Angela Jemmott, Executive Director with the California Commission on Disability Access on ADA Shop Talk Episode - 044 this week. In this episode, Angela talks about some of CCDA's achievements, accomplishments as well as some of the challenges ahead and opportunities to participate in their process. You can listen to the show here.
It was great to Kaylan Dunlap and Bill Zellmer for a lunch time chat for ADA Shop Talk. We recorded an upcoming episode to be out soon. Bill & Kaylan shared their experience with a 10 year $240 Million Dollar Barrier Removal project. Great insight!
Those seeking Certified Access Specialist (CASp) certification may now sign up for the next examinations.
February 21, 2018 – Open Book and Closed Book Examinations
Locations: Sacramento (McClellan) and Los Angeles (Hawthorne)
Registration closes: January 22, 2018
Our next CalCasp Academy is coming up in Sacramento February 5th thru 8th at the Crowne Plaza Hotel. There is an early bird discount if you sign up before December 31st 2017. Use discount code "calcasp2018" to save $100 of of your Acadmey membership. You can register and get more info here
We are please to be able to offer ADA Door Pressure gauges through Amazon and Amazon Prime. This means that if you are an Amazon Prime member you can get your door pressure gauge delivered for free within 2 days! All orders are backed and fulfilled by Amazon.
We are excited to announce that Paul Klein & Mark Wood have been asked to be part of the Building Officials panel for the CASI Accessibilty Codes and Standards Summit October 19th & 20th 2017 at the Hyatt Regency in San Francisco.
Please join us for a special two-day event designed for expert-level CASp and building officials, architects and inspectors, to learn Accessibility Codes and Standards. Take advantage of this rare opportunity to obtain information directly from National Level (ADA specific) and California (CBC-specific) industry experts. You can register and obtain more information here.
Many people ask "how can I become a Certified Access Specialist (CASp)”?
First and foremost, the state’s CASp examination is administer through the Division of State Architect (DSA). You must complete a candidate eligibility application form online at DSA CASp Registration or you can down load a snail mail application form (DSA-600) and start your process to "qualify" to take the examination. The qualification process is very important and is very similar to a job application. The qualification process looks at your experience, education or both in the areas of access compliance and application. This may come from design, construction, inspection, plan review, consulting, or other related fields.
It is best to approach the registration process and application like a job application to increase your chances of being approved. Like with any application, incomplete or pertinent information missing may hinder your chances of being approved.
The best source of information and the different ways to qualify, is the DSA CASp Handbook. You can download it here: CASp Handbook. Please direct any inquiries about the registration requirements to CASprogram@dgs.ca.gov or call (916) 323-2737. CASp examination test dates for are available here: (Click Here)
Check out our free video course and PDF: 10 Study Tips to Improve your Success on the CASp Examination