- Project Name
- ADA Transition Plan- Physical Barrier Assessment
- Type of Services
- Project Manager
- Lindsay Mcmanamon
- Phone Number
- Contact Email
- Closing Date
- Project Budget
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is the flagship institution of the University of North Carolina System and is home to over 30,000 students and 13,000 faculty and staff members. The 730-acre campus includes over 500 buildings which provide over 21M GSF of space. The University is committed to creating conditions that cultivate an accessible and supportive environment for all. In compliance with Title II, Section 35.150 of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), UNC is seeking proposals from qualified firms to conduct a Physical Barrier Assessment. Knowing the disability compliance status of spaces will inform the prioritization, funding, and scope of projects to improve access and compliance.
As part of an initial planning phase, a design team is needed to assess the existing campus conditions. This assessment is to involve a physical survey which identifies existing campus facilities in need of renovation as required for compliance with Title II of the ADA, International Code Council (ICC) A117.2-2017 and 2018 North Carolina Building Code with respect to accessibility and best practice for Universal Design.
The assessment should focus on academic, research, and recreational facilities and university life which includes all common areas that campus community members utilize, such as sidewalks, traffic signals, construction zones, and buildings. The assessment should include identification of physical obstacles that limit access to facilities for
individuals with disabilities.
Submittals with proposals attached or links to shared files shall be submitted via email only to:
Wendie Morris email@example.com
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
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