RS Means ADA Compliance
Estimates for the Most Necessary
Modifications for Compliance with ADA Guidelines
Cost Estimates for the Most Needed Modifications—Updated to
the Latest Changes in the ADA.
Revised and updated to the new 2004 ADA
guidelines, featuring more than 70 of the most commonly
needed modifications for ADA compliance—and what they cost.
The most often-asked questions about making a
building accessible are: “What do I have to do?” and “How much will
it cost?” This new second edition answers both–with professional
guidance on the revised 2004 ADA guidelines and cost
estimates for the most commonly needed building modifications.
The ADA requirements, cost estimates,
illustrations and reference numbers have all been updated. Each of
the more than 70 project estimates contains specific dimensions and
materials mandated by the ADA, with estimated:
- Material quantities
- Total contractor’s charges
- Additional, alternate designs and
estimates—to fit almost any site or budget limitations
Easy-to-use location factors for over 900
cities and towns give you accurate costs for your specific area. An
additional 3,000 unit prices let you modify an estimate for unique
Projects include: installing ramps and
walkways, widening doorways, installing/re-fitting elevators,
relocating light switches, signage, remodeling bathrooms and
kitchens, and many more, including auditoriums, public
transportation, and recreational facilities.
With additional guidance on:
- How the 2004 ADA guidelines apply to new
construction and remodeling projects.
- Who’s responsible, and how to make any
public accommodation accessible.
- How to reduce future maintenance, and avoid
“failure to comply” citations.
Means ADA Compliance Pricing Guide
helps facility managers, owners, architects, engineers, contractors,
interior designers and building users answer the complicated
questions of what’s required, when, and how to
make sure you comply.