CASp Certified ADA Compliance - Surveying & Design Services

Central Valley Community Gathering:

ADA Access in the Restaurant Industry

by California Commission on Disability Access​

Ninth Circuit Upholds Owners Rights to Seek Contribution From Third Parties for ADA Violations

For complete article 

Department of Justice ADA Guide 2010
​for Small Businesses

Get a CASp certified site survey for your business or property
For a FREE consultation regarding your property call (415) 310-3010 (925) 421-0044 
or e-mail us at or you can Click Here to complete a contact form

Bassam Altwal will be on the panel at

CalAccessibility serves the greater Bay Area. We Are licensed and CASp certified #109. 

For Complete Guide

Wed, November 14, 2018

8:00 AM - 2:00 PM

​The Falls Even Center Fresno

4105 West Figarden Drive

​Fresnom Ca 93722

Are You Hiring The Right Person?


If you own, operate or lease to a business that serves the public then you are obligated under the Federal Civil Rights law to be in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).

CalAccessibility surveyors are Certified Access Specialists trained in ADA requirements and guidelines, have an Architecture background and will:

Minimize your lawsuit risk exposure and become
ADA compliant under the Americans with Disabilities Act

To register for this FREE eventclick here

Accept this investment for your business and community's future! 

Held in Fresno, CA and hosted by the California Commission on Disability Access (CCDA) in partnership with the City of Fresno, this event is for local restaurant owners and community members within California’s Central Valley Region to receive information about the various programs and services available related to disability access compliance.

Conduct a CASp survey of your property for ADA compliance:

  • Recommend improvements in order to obtain compliance.
  • Help you know your rights and protect against lawsuits.
  • Take you through construction documents, permitting & construction administration.

According to the Legislative Council a Certified Access Specialists (CASp) "may not authorize a person under his or her responsible control to perform facility inspections ​for the purpose of the act.”