Universal Design & Accessibility

Access Audits

Our comprehensive Access Audit service provides a meticulous examination of buildings, facilities, or external environments against established accessibility criteria and guidelines. This thorough analysis evaluates the ease of use and inclusivity of individuals with disabilities.

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By partnering with our team of experienced access auditing professionals, you can create a truly inclusive space that benefits everyone and reflects your commitment to social responsibility.

Desktop / Plan  Review

We offer comprehensive architectural desktop reviews of drawings, schedules, and specifications at every stage of your design documentation. By proactively identifying potential issues early on, our reviews significantly increase the chances of project success, minimizing costly rework and delays.

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We provide in-depth assessments at the following project stages:

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By engaging in an architectural desktop review, you can confidently progress through your project with a well-considered and accessible design, minimizing risks and maximizing success.

Accessibility Training

Accessibility training tailored to your needs:

Our comprehensive accessibility training programmes empower organisations to create inclusive environments for everyone. We offer a range of disability-related topics, delivered through flexible modules that can be customised to align seamlessly with your specific requirements.

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Building a lasting commitment:

Beyond training, we provide ongoing support and resources to help you sustain your accessibility journey.

Frequently Asked Questions [FAQs]

What are the accessibility standards for built environment in India?

What does the Rights of Persons with Disabilities Act, 2016 say regarding built environment? 

 Does the accessibility mandate apply to private buildings as well? 

Yes. If the building is used by the public at large, it should be made accessible. The definition of 'public building' implies a government or a private building, used or accessed by the public at large. These building may include buildings used for educational or vocational purposes, workplace, commercial activities, public utilities, religious, cultural, leisure or recreational activities, medical or health services, law enforcement agencies, railway stations or platforms, roadways bus stands or terminus, airports waterways, etc. 

The law says that no establishment would be granted permission to build or issued a certificate of completion if they do not adhere to accessibility standards. The term 'establishment' includes private establishments as well. A private establishment, as per the law, can be a company, firm, cooperative or other society, an association, trust, agency, institution, organization, union, factory, etc. 

How much does an Accessibility Audit cost?

The cost of an audit varies depending on the nature of the business or undertaking, complexity of the services offered and the size of the premises. 

You can write to us and get a free quote.

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