Accessibility Requirements for State Facilities

All Division of Capital Asset Management and Maintenance (DCAMM) funded projects must be in compliance with state and federal accessibility laws and regulations.

State laws and regulations that cover renovation and new construction of state facilities:            

Federal laws and regulations include:

State and federal regulations apply to state facilities differently. Even when building code requires only minimal improvements to the building, longstanding ADA obligations to provide program access must be considered in the scope of a project.

If you are a designer or contractor on a DCAMM-funded project, the Statewide Accessibility Initiative is available to work with you to achieve full accessibility compliance.

Review for compliance is done for the following:

  • Study and code review
  • All design phases
  • Construction
  • Post-construction and project close out

What would you like to do?

Learn about the DCAMM Statewide Accessibility Initiative

Learn about Statewide Accessbility Initiative programs

Use compliance tools developed by Statewide Accessiblity Initiative

Find additional accessibility resources

 

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