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ADA 27 Disability Rights are Civil Rights 1990-2017

Accessible Design & Compliance Considerations for Mixed Development Sites

November 2-3, 2017

Greenville County Square, Suite 400 301 University Ridge, Greenville South Carolina

Two Day Training – November 2nd & 3rd Greenville CAN presents a two day ADA training focused on Title II (Government) & III (Public) ADA Standards and 504 & Fair Housing Act as they relate to housing in Mixed Development Sites.

Day One provides an overview of federal requirements and standards, review of site arrival, parking and PROW considerations, designing with future use in mind including festivals and other temporary events, and a review of federal housing design requirements to consider with mixed development sites.  Regulations enforced by the Department of Justice (DOJ) and Housing & Urban Development (HUD) will be reviewed. Common errors and omissions will be discussed and best practices will be presented for mixed development facilities in order to ensure facilities are accessible to and usable by individuals with disabilities. The day will end with Questions & Answers with DOJ & HUD.

Day Two focuses ADA Title III Requirements for Businesses and Public Accommodations with common barriers presented.  A review of IRS tax credits will be presented along with technical support resources.  An overview of the complaint process and current cases will be discussed.  The day will end with Questions & Answers with DOJ.

Presenters:

Pat Green, Director, Fair Housing Equal Opportunity Field Office, FHEO, Department of Housing & Urban Development

Robert Sneed, Assistant US Attorney, US Attorney’s Office, United States Department of Justice

Sandy Hanebrink, Executive Director, Touch the Future, Inc.

CEU Certificates will be provided by: Touch the Future as approved by the SC LLR

For more information please contact: Sandy Hanebrink at admin@touchthefuture.us / 864-221-4011 or  Mike Teachey at mike.teachey@greenvillecan.org / 864-420-1366.

OPEN TO:
                ADA Coordinators
                Building & Codes Officials
                Transportation Officials
                Planning Officials
                Roads & Bridges Officials
                Legal Counsel
                Design & Architecture Contractors
                Area Engineering, Design and Architectural Firms
                Construction Contractors
                Businesses
                Housing Management
                Area Organizations with Related Interest

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Greenville CAN ADA Training

Greenville County Square, Suite 400
301 University Ridge, Greenville South Carolina

ADA, Title II Training –RESCHEDULED TO JANUARY 14 & 15, 2016

Greenville CAN presents a two day ADA training focused on Title II (Government) ADA Standards.

Day One provides an overview of ADA Title II requirements and standards with comparison to State Standards for county and municipal governments and their contractors.  Regulations enforced by the Department of Justice and Department of Transportation will be reviewed. Changes in effect since March 15, 2011 will be discussed. Common errors and omissions will be discussed and best practices will be presented for existing facilities and new construction and alterations in order to ensure facilities are accessible to and usable by individuals with disabilities.

Day Two focuses on the ADA & IBC Recreation Standards and Guidelines including but not limited to Amusement Rides, Recreational Boating Facilities, Exercise Machines and Equipment, Fishing Piers and Platforms, Golf Facilities, Miniature Golf Facilities, Play Areas, Swimming Pools, Wading Pools, and Spas, Shooting Facilities with Firing Positions and Outdoor Developed Areas.  All areas will be covered but focus will be on recreation facilities offered in the Upstate Area.

Presenters:

Peter Berg, Project Coordinator for Technical Assistance and Employer Outreach, Great Lakes ADA Center
Sandy Hanebrink, Executive Director & ADA Consultant, Touch the Future, Inc.
Ruthie Helms, Building Official/ADA Coordinator, City of Greer
Robin Jones, Director, Great Lakes ADA Center
Kimberly Paarlberg, RA, Codes and Standards, Senior Staff Architect, International Code Council

ADA Course & Speaker Information

CEU Certificates will be provided by:
Great Lakes ADA Center, University of Illinois Chicago, Approved AIA Provider
*AIA including some Health & Safety credits available
**11.5 / 2 days SCLLR credits available

 

Questions?

For more information please contact Sandy Hanebrink at admin@touchthefuture.us / 864-221-4011  OR  Mike Teachey at mike.teachey@greenvillecan.org / 864-420-1366.


OPEN TO COUNTY & MUNICIPAL:
ADA Coordinators
Recreation Officials
Building & Codes Officials
Transportation Officials
Planning Officials
Roads & Bridges Officials
Legal Counsel
Design & Architecture Contractors
Area Engineering, Design and Architectural Firms
Area Organizations with Related Interests


Call 864.221.4011 for all inquiries.

 

Thank you.

 


 

Palmetto Moonshine Centennial Cotton Ball

Touch the Future is proud to be a benefactor of the Palmetto Moonshine Annual Cotton Ball hosted by Pints for the People on New Year’s Eve 2015 at the Anderson Civic Center, Anderson, South Carolina

SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES AVAILABLE

 


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