Cal Accessibility

Cal Accessibility

CASp Inspection Report (CIR) is a document which describes the legal ADA and accessibility requirements for a particular site, whether the requirement has been met or if not, provides solutions and a reasonable time frame for implementing necessary changes.

Minimize your lawsuit risk exposure and become ADA compliant under the Americans with Disabilities Act A single round doorknob in a leasing office or first-floor commercial establishment could be enough to get a landlord sued under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Thankfully, a new state law provides a mechanism to reduce the risk of such ADA lawsuits.In California; business owners are encouraged to take advantage of the benefits offered by State Bill 1608 by obtaining a CASp certification. The best protection for business owners from ADA litigation is to have a plan to provide better access to their place of business or property by removing barriers that are readily achievable; making necessary corrections to provide better access in a manner that is accomplished without much difficulty or expense.Principal Cal Accessibility Bassam Altwal has a Masters Degree in Architecture. He has over 22 years of domestic and international experience and has been certified by the State of California as “CASp” #109 (Certified Access Specialist), as a requirement by the recent California legislation SB 1608.



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1537 Eclipse Way



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Certified Access Specialist (#109)
Masters Degree in Architecture