Posted by Kevin Vaughan on Wed, Jan 23, 2019 @ 12:42 PM

Join us as we network with other industry leaders who excel in the knowledge and expertise of compliance and regulations relating to accessibility at the upcoming Accessibility Professionals Association (APA) Annual Conference & Expo.


APA - Child Swinging at All Abilities Park

 Photo credit: Accessibility Professionals Association

 

2019 APA Conference & Expo
January 30th - February 1st, 2019
Austin Marriott North Hotel
2600 La Frontera Blvd, Round Rock, TX 78681

 

What to Expect

Throughout the multi-day event, various classes and speakers will enlighten and educate participants in the latest trends, standards, and compliance relating to TAS - Texas Access Standards and other accessibility topics.

  • Speakers with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)
  • Training on the Texas Architectural Barriers online System (TABS)
  • Using Bluebeam Revu in a TAS Plan Review
  • Construction Accessibility
  • Plus, many more.

 

Discover the Role of Bluebeam in a TAS Plan Review

Presenters John Torkelson  and Josh Kuphal, both of The ACCESSpartnership will familiarize attendees with the unique characteristics of Bluebeam Revu and the practical application for reviewing drawings relating to accessibility consulting services.

 

Bluebeam-Revu-2018-Markup-Screenshot

 

Bluebeam Revu Support from TAVCO

The TAVCO team will be on site Thursday, January 31st to help support attendees with further insight on Bluebeam Revu as a complete construction workflow solution.

Build Expo 2019 - TAVCO Booth

 

  • Interactive Bluebeam demonstrations
  • Q&A Sessions
  • Special Show Discounts for APA members

 

About APA

 APA

APA is an association of professionals who focus on accessibility standards in the built and physical environment. They are the premier provider of Continuing Education (CEU) in accessibility standards and regulations.

They offer quality training on national ADA Standards, the specific Texas Accessibility Standards (TAS), and other current and upcoming accessibility codes for accessibility specialists, Registered Accessibility Specialists (RAS), architects, designers, engineers, contractors, building owners and other professionals.

The APA is a registered Continuing Education provider with the Texas Department of Licensing & Regulation (TDLR), International Code Council (ICC) and the American Institute of Architects (AIA) and ACTCP. Their membership is open to all individuals & organizations.

Learn more about the APA here.

 

 Questions? 

Let's Talk

 

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Kevin Vaughan

Written by Kevin Vaughan

Kevin Vaughan is the Vice President of TAVCO and heads up Sales, Marketing, and E-Commerce. When he is not geeking out on new wide-format technologies, you can find him hanging with his wife and kids, playing guitar, or sneaking in a workout.