ADA Ramp Design
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These classes/locations have been confirmed. If there are any changes in COVID-19 restrictions, postponment, cancellation or other changes may be made. We will notify you (via email) of these changes.
When: Dec 14, 20218am-5pm
This course will be taught in person at the SLCC Miller Conference Center location but will also be available through Zoom.
This class is broadcast via IVC to multiple locations. You will select a location to attend during registration.
Fundamentals of Public Rights-of-Way ADA Accessibility Design, Layout, Inspection, and Construction
In this full day course, participants will receive a certification of course completion for "Fundamentals of Public Rights-of-Way (PROW) ADA Accessibility Design, Layout, Inspection, and Construction."
This course involves discussion of the major design assistance documents available for properly planning, designing, and constructing accessibility features in the public way. Actual layout of curb cut assemblies will be a major topic of discussion, including a step-by-step process. Workshop topics include:
- ADA history
- Enforcement of ADA
- Transition plans
- 2011 PROW Proposed Accessibility Guidelines
- APWA and UDOT Standards
- 2007 Special Report on Accessible Public Rights-of-Way layout of curb cut assemblies
- Lessons learned from practical experience.
This course counts as 4 Utah DOPL-approved CEUs for licensed Contractors. (Additional fee applies.)
Notification of cancellation must be received prior to registration deadline. Substitutions may be made at any time. A $25 adminstrative fee may be retained for late cancellations or no-shows. Please notify us of any changes.
This course fulfills an elective requirement for the Road Scholar program.