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Housing: Accessible Design Architects, Builders, Contractors




National
State Listings:   MN / UT / WI    (Official USPS State Abbreviations)


National

Adaptive Architecture is based in Albany, New York, but have performed work throughout the Northeast. They have "designed accessible single-family houses ranging in size from 2,600 square feet to 7,000 square feet. The designs have fulfilled a broad spectrum of needs for individuals with varying types of disabilities. Additionally, the firm has worked on accessible additions and renovations for both residential and commercial projects, and routinely consults on accessibility issues and the Americans with Disabilities Act."

Alan Hamm Architects is located in Maryland, but has performed projects in other states. They are the consulting architect for a quantity services for the City of College Park, Maryland. They have knowledge of the structural changes needed to comply with the American with Disabilities Act (ADA). They have completed projects with many national clients, such as McDonalds, TacoBell, Burger King, Mariott, various churches and others. They perform residential modifications as well.

Evan Terry Associates is located in Birmingham, Alabama and has completed work for organizations across the country. They perform ADA surveys, consulting and accessible design. "Evan Terry Associates has concentrated a significant portion of its resources to the study and application of the facilities and program access requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act since its passage in 1990." Also, they provide links to ADA information and agencies providing ADA information, such as ADA CAD software, Access-Board, Department of Justice, Universal Design, and more.

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State Listings


Minnesota

Dave Regal Construction, Inc., located in Spring Lake Park, Minnesota, specializes in designing and building accessible homes. For more information, visit their website, call (763) 785-0833 or e-mail daveregel@drcinc.com.


Utah

Accessible Homes Foundation is a Utah organization which promotes the development of accessible homes. The AHF encourages builders who are willing to build accessible homes to list with the AHF. To view a list of these builders, visit their website.

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Wisconsin

New Sign Home Solutions USA specializes in making accessible home modifications for people with disabilities and those wishing to age at home They work with you, your family and case managers to fit your needs and wants within your budget. They will discuss adaptive aids and equipment options and knowledge of funding resources, they will also do maintenance, needed repairs and more. Whether you need design/build remodeling, or just a simple grab bar installation, you can be certain that Home Solutions USA will help you live at home safely and independently through complete house care solutions. For more information, contact Home Solutions USA team at 6502 W. North Avenue, Wauwatosa, WI 53213, (414) 963-4663, or send e-mail to: info@homesolutionsusa.net

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