ADA ramp construction, asphalt and landscape for the week of April 3, weather permitting:
Barnum/Villa Park/West Colfax/Valverde/Sun Valley/Lincoln Park/Baker: Lowell Blvd. to Pecos St. between Colfax and 1st Avenues
Questions or concerns?
Silva Construction, Inc.
Inspector: Brian Hoover
720-503-1678 | email@example.com
In 2015 and 2016, more than 6,000 new ADA ramps were installed throughout the City. The City’s goal is to complete construction of ADA ramps at all corners in Denver where they currently do not exist by the end of 2017.
According to standards set by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), newly constructed or altered streets must contain curb ramps. As a result, Denver’s Annual Concrete Program is prioritizing the installation of ADA pedestrian ramps in all locations where the Street Maintenance Division is planning to do street work and a ramp does not exist. Building ramps before the street work is done saves money, preventing new street work from being damaged by ramp installation. Handicap accessibility is mandated at all intersections.
Learn more about this program here!
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