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Wednesday, November 22, 2006

The Most Accessible David Kessler

You're constructing an office tower and you need to know if the skateboard park on the side of your building counts as a wheelchair ramp. You want to comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act. All your friends are doing it. But when are you going to find the time to read the law? Maybe someone has already read it and knows just what to do. But who?

It may not surprise you to know that the answer to this question, much like almost any other is, of course, David Kessler.

That's right. David Kessler of Kessler McGuinness & Associates in Newton, Massachussetts is just the guy for you. If you hire him, you'll be inundated with happy handicapped people making their way into your building in no time at all.

David is a specialist in industrial design and social gerontology. Having a masters degree in each of those fields, David Kessler is well qualified to consult with large institutions to help their architectural planners comply with the ADA and other federal accessibility guidelines. In fact, that is just what he does there at Kessler McGuinness & Associates.

So, if you have a hankering for compliance, look no further than the obvious choice, David Kessler.


Anonymous said...

David Kessler should know that the term handicap is antiquated - and the term of person with a disability or a mobility impairment is most correct. David Kessler's esperience should have made him aware of this fact.

Anonymous said...

I thought it was "cripple" that was antiquated.