City of Arvada
ADA Self-Evaluation and Transition Plan
113 Parks & Recreation Facilities
796 Miles of Sidewalk
10,894 Curb Ramps
Our team’s duties included administration of ArcGIS Online environment including the configuration and performance monitoring of ArcGIS Collector and Survey123 mobile data collection and ADA inspection applications. Our GIS Lead provided back-office GIS and GNSS technical support to field staff to address questions on procedure and troubleshoot hardware/software issues. We provided the client with bi-weekly progress maps that communicated the number of total inspections, miles of sidewalk inspected, and overall project status.
Once data collection was complete, we used advanced database querying and spatial analysis to identify all non-compliant ADA assets, derive a mitigation priority for those assets, and deliver a final GIS database to the client. The GIS database now enables the client to coordinate and prioritize Capital Improvement Projects (CIP) with consideration to potential ADA improvements and new ADA construction. This database serves as the foundation for the development and execution of their ADA Transition Plan.