TESTIMONIALS 2021-11-22T20:51:10+00:00

Transition Plan Testimonials

“The City of Gallatin was fortunate to have the opportunity to work with Accessology. Their knowledge of the ADA and their professionalism is unmatched. Not only did they allow me to accompany their employees who were performing the inspections and gathering data, I was able to learn so much about their process of acquiring information as well as the specific requirements of the ADA.”
– JamiAnn Hannah, Risk Manager, City of Gallatin, TN

“Accessology started our city’s transition journey in 2014 with the first phase of our Transition Plan. Kristi Avalos and her staff were adept at putting together clear illustrations, priorities, and recommended schedules to complete our plan within the allotted timeframe that we chose. In 2019 we had another opportunity to work together on phase 2 of our Transition Plan, and as ADA Coordinator I believe this company is one of the most proficient in the field, offering multiple platforms on which to share information and make that information readily available for staff analysis. We couldn’t be happier with the progress we’ve made in just a few years, and in an era where information is the new gold, we are wealthy, and set up to make our community one of the more accessible communities in the State.”
– Phil Jones, ADA Coordinator, City of Edmond, OK

“Accessology did an amazing job for us on our ADA Transition Plan, not only their on-site work and expertise but training classes that they performed for our internal staff. Kristi’s knowledge and information provided was a great help to internal staff. Very easy to work with, I would definitely recommend them.”
– Rick Hooker, Senior Project Manager, Town of Gilbert, AZ

Training Testimonials

“We were, and are, very satisfied with  Accessology’s work and their help in improving Addison’s accessibility for all our residents and guests.  I recommend them highly.”
– Lauren P., Transition Plan Training

“Kristi provided an excellent training workshop.  I learned a lot about the differences between ADA requirements for Public ROW and Private Property situations.”
– Earl N., PROWAG and ADAAG Training

“The Understanding of ADA Requirements and Transition Plan Development for Title II Entities today was exceptional. Kristy Avalos did a fabulous presentation on accessibility issues- explaining thoroughly what many of us may have thought we were aware of, when in actuality, many organizations and institutions truly fall short.  She is presenting at LGA on Thursday and I recommend attending.
During her presentation, she shared many stories on how the disabled community has provided informative feedback to project managers on how best to navigate public access areas with ease and in a safe manner.  I found Kristy’s story of a visually impaired airport executive suggested to the design team during a terminal construction project at Dallas-Fort Worth Airport, quite fascinating.”
– Deborah B., ADA Training Presentation