• 41 minutes

Planning for Compliance with ADA Design Standards


Understand how to apply 2010 ADA Standards.

Meeting ADA compliance is not something that just happens at the end of a project. It requires a lot of planning and a lot of steps being in place to do it. And not just to meet the standards but to do it well and hopefully avoid headaches as the project moves along. Understanding what is in the 2010 Standards is critical. This video reviews some ideas for designers and how to avoid pitfalls and problems that may take a project off course or cost extra money or time.

Runtime: 40 minutes



Doug Anderson, CASp, RAS

Doug Anderson, CASp, RAS

LCM Architects

  • Career spanning over 30 years
  • Recognized nationwide for his expertise in accessibility laws, codes, and standards
  • Frequent presenter at national and international conferences, a contributing author for articles, and an expert witness for ADA and FHA litigation
  • Presidential appointment in 2003 to the U.S. Access Board, the agency responsible for developing ADA guidelines - during his tenure he was chair of the board, vice chair of the board, and chair of the executive committee
  • While on the U.S. Access Board, he was involved in the development of the 2010 ADA Standards for Accessible Design, Guidelines for Outdoor Developed Areas, Guidelines for Public Rights of Way, and Guidelines for Passenger Vessels
  • Member of the American National Standards Institute A117.1 Accessibility Committee; Chair, Accessible Bathing Task Group
  • Member of the Illinois Capital Development Board Committee responsible for the 2018 revisions to the Illinois Accessibility Code
  • Co-presenter, ‘Access in the Age of COVID’ Webinar
  • Live technical seminars and webinars for HUD funded nationwide FHA training and technical assistance program
Kate Gonzalez

Kate Gonzalez

LCM Architects

  • Career spanning nearly 20 years
  • Manages LCM’s accessibility programs for some of the nation’s most recognized hospitality, bank, and retail brands
  • Coordinates and mentors a team of 15 accessibility specialists to conduct ADA surveys and reports for commercial, retail, and hospitality industries
  • Produces accessible design manuals, training videos, classroom, and field trainings for nationwide clients with multi-site properties
  • Honoree, Crain’s Chicago Businesswomen in Construction and Design
  • Frequent presenter of topics including Hotel Accessibility Compliance; ADA Updates; ADA Standards for the Retail Industry; Accessibility and Public Health; Adaptive Fashion; Women in Leadership
  • Co-presenter, ‘Access in the Age of COVID’ Webinar
  • Disability and Human Development Achievement Award recipient

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