ADA Inspections|Directory of California Certified Access Specialists (CASp)

ADA Inspections|Directory of California Certified Access Specialists (CASp)

View the free California Division of the State Architect List of Certified Access Specialists.

Certified Access Specialists (CASp) Websites and Areas of Specalization

List of California CASp That Perform Site Inspections

Email: Dennis Hytinen
Website: CASp Solutions
CASp Solutions
simply is a service orientated company. The only time your telephone call is not answered by a real person is when we are out of the office but even then a recording will give our mobile number. We understand your need to have your questions answered as quickly as possible!

Email: Jon Rose
Website: CASp Experts
CASp Experts LLC
Free Quotes - Statewide Service. We provide Commercial Property CASp inspections and reports, ADA plan reviews and ADA litigation support. Call today - (818) 391-2570

Email: Dwight Ashton
Website: Ashdown Architecture

Ashdown Architecture is a full service San Francisco based, architectural firm with extensive experience in the retail and food service arena. Experienced in all aspects of retail design, including concept development, prototyping, roll-out and construction administration.

Email: Jim Terry, AIA, LEED AP, CASp, Chief Executive Officer
Email: Kaylan Dunlap, LPTA, CASp, Accessible Design & ADA Specialist, Healthcare Access Specialist
Email: Pat Hodges, AIA, CSI, CASp, Accessible Design & ADA Specialist
Email: Dan Woosley, AIA, CASp, Senior Associate; Accessible Design & ADA Specialist
Email: Dennis Miles, AIA, CBO, CASp, Associate; Accessible Design & ADA Specialist
Website: Evan Terry Associates
Free, quick access to: All of the federal ADA regulations & standards Dozens of federal technical assistance documents Over 2,500 products and services to improve access Short 'How To' videos for measuring & constructing

Email: Paul Martin
Website: ADA Inspection Orange County
Martin Brothers Construction Services
Having a professional CASp service review your property for disability access is an important step in mitigating any future liability for your property. We encourage all businesses and government buildings open to the public to obtain an ADA/ CASp walk through as soon as possible.

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Email: Jonathan Adler
Website: Access Compliance Services

Email: Bassam Altwal
Website: Cal Accessibility

Email: Kevin Ames
Website: Ames Inspections

Email: Dawn Anderson
Website: As It Stands

Email: Steven Arnold
Website: Access Compliance Survey

Email: Michael Bluhm
Website: CASp Inspected

Email: Micahel Boga
Website: DAC - ADA Consultants

Email: Michael Bowman
Website: ADA Compliance Contractors

Email: David Carlson
Website: Cam CASp Access Compliance

Email: Neal Casper
Website: Casper Development Resources

Email: Ernest Castro
Website: ADA Access Consultants

Email: Christopher Cormier
Website: Adaptable Business Solutions

Email: Donald Cushing, Jr.
Website: Cushing Associates

Email: David Keith
Website: K & L Inspection Services

Email: Glenn Dea
Website: Creative Design Associates

Email: Nathan Dison
Website: Roger J. Wilson Architect

Email: Jim Dowgialo
Website: CA Access Solutions

Email: Gregory Frank
Website: Skarphol Associates

Email: Chad Frisby
Website: Social CASp

Email: Karen Haney
Website: Compliance Design Consultants

Email: Chris Hansen
Website: Central Coast ADA

Email: Jason James
Website: Building Principles

Email: Paul Joelson
Website: Joelson Vail Associates

Email: Ron Johnson
Website: Certified CASp

Email: Robert Judd
Website: LCM Architects

Email: Dan Kaiser
Website: Access Services Plus

Email: Janis Kent
Website: Stepping Thru Accessibility

Email: Jasper Kirsch
Website: SSA

Email: Paul Klein
Website: Cal CASp

Email: Matt Lescher
Website: Code Consultants

Email: Ron Lockman
Website: Help With ADA Compliance

Email: Candice Lui
Website: CAS Report

Email: Peter Margen
Website: Margen & Associates

Website: Martin Brothers Construction

Email: Jeff Mastin
Website: Facility Access Consulting

Email: Troy Milburn
Website: ADA Consultants, Inc.

Email: Roger Miller
Website: Eagle Project Management

Email: Gilda Puente-Peters
Website: GPPA Architects

Email: Art Quinion
Website: Phoenix Planning and Construction

Email: Peter M. Robertson
Website: Access Unlimited

Email: Robert Rocca
Website: DSA Inspections

Email: Donald Russell
Website: RGA

Email: Scott Saddlemire
Website: Superior Construction Services

Email: Clay Salzman

Email: Efrain Sancen, Jr.
Website: Creative Design Associates

Email: Syroun Sanossian
Website: SZS Consulting Group

Email: Michael Schneider
Website: Endelman & Associates

Email: Kathaleen Schumaker
Website: US Access Consultants

Email: John Seidel
Website: Access Granted

Email: Douglas Simms
Website: Simms Consulting

Email: Lewis Springer
Website: LRS Architecture

Email: Bruce Taylor
Website: CPM America

Email: John Torkelson
Website: The Access Partnership

Email: Mark Tudor
Website: ADA Compliance Pros

Email: Timothy Wilson
Website: California ADA Solutions

Email: Mark Wood
Website: CAL CASp

Section 113. CASp Scope of Work. Services rendered by a CASp, upon authorization by a facility owner and/or authorized requesting party, may include the following:

a) Review of facility plans and specifications for compliance with state and federal accessibility laws, codes and regulations.

b) Investigate a facility for compliance with state and federal accessibility codes and regulations.

c) Conduct accessibility research, prepare accessibility reports, and/or conduct accessibility inspections, as authorized.

In 2003, Senate Bill 262 required the State Architect (DSA) to establish and publicize a program for voluntary certification by the State of any person who meets the specified criteria as a certified access specialist (CASp). It also requires the DSA to publish and make available to the public a list of certified access specialists who have successfully completed and passed the Candidate Certification Examination, and who have received CASp certification. The program is designed to meet the public's need for experienced, trained, and tested individuals who can render opinions as to the compliance of buildings and sites with the State of California codes and regulations and Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) for accessibility.

( is not involved in the California Certified Access Specialist program or the compilation of this directory of CASps. We are providing this link to the California Division of the State Architect CASp program as a service to our customers and to the general public.)

The voluntary Certified Access Specialist program regulations became effective July 30, 2008. A copy of the regulations is available through the following link: Title 21. Voluntary CASp Regulations (PDF - 60 KB) | (Word - 111 KB)

Senate Bill 1608

Senate Bill 1608 (Chapter 549, Statutes 2008) added Civil Code section 55.53(c) which states that every CASp who conducts an inspection of a place of public accommodation shall, upon completing the inspection of the site, provide the building owner or tenant who requested the inspection with a notice, which the State Architect shall make available as a form on the State Architect's Internet Web site.

In accordance with Civil Code section 55.53(c), DSA has posted the following notice:

Notice to Private Property Owner/Tenant (PDF - 13 KB)

With the passage of Senate Bill 1608, DSA has been receiving numerous inquiries regarding this bill and how it relates to the CASp program. Senate Bill 1608 does not change the requirements or operation of the CASp program. The bill does provide certain legal rights to individuals whose facilities have been inspected by a Certified Access Specialist. SB 1608 also requires local agencies to employ or retain Certified Access Specialists by specified dates.

You may review the text of SB 1608 at:

Please direct all public inquiries regarding the Voluntary Certified Access Specialist program to:

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