In 2003 Senate Bill 262 authorized the State Architect to establish and publicize for voluntary certification by the state of any person who meets specified criteria as a Certified Access Specialist. The CASp program is designed to meet the public's need for experienced, trained, and tested individuals who can inspect buildings and sites for compliance with applicable state and federal construction-related accessibility standards. The CASp Program is governed by Title 21 Voluntary Certified Access Specialist Program Regulations (PDF - 188 KB).
Per statute, DSA is required to publish and make available to the public a list of Certified Access Specialists who have successfully passed the CASp Examination and who have completed the certification process to become a CASp.
Find a CASp on the List of Certified Access Specialists
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