ADA Compliant concrete sidewalks and entryways are essential for ensuring that people with disabilities have equal access to public spaces. The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) sets guidelines for the design and construction of buildings and facilities to ensure that they are accessible to people with disabilities.

One of the key guidelines for concrete sidewalks and entryways is that they must be level and stable, with a minimum width of 36 inches to accommodate wheelchairs and other mobility devices. Ramps must also be provided at changes in level, such as at the entrance to a building, and must have a maximum slope of 1:12.

Another important guideline is that sidewalks and entryways must have detectable warnings, such as raised truncated domes, at locations where there is a risk of blindness or low vision. These warnings alert individuals to hazards such as curb ramps, crosswalks, and other areas where there may be a change in level.

In addition, it’s important to make sure that the entryway is well-lit and has a clear line of sight from the sidewalk to the door, to ensure that people with visual impairments can easily find their way.

At Baja Concrete, we understand the importance of ADA compliance and are committed to making sure that existing and new buildings and residential facilities are accessible to everyone. We have extensive experience working with architects, builders, and property owners to design and construct concrete sidewalks and entryways that meet the guidelines set forth in the ADA. With Baja Concrete, you can be sure that you are getting the best service and expertise in North and South Carolina. We are the leader in making existing and new buildings and residential facilities ADA Compliant.

Contact us at 704-591-9317 for a free analysis and/or estimate for your ADA project today!