SBSA, Inc. has been retained to provide Architectural Control Consulting for Cherry Hills Farm. Cherry Hills Farm is a neighborhood community comprised of 216 luxury single family homes constructed in open greenbelt and park-like settings.
We will be providing an architectural standard review, revision, and compliance for all large-scale construction activities in the community including new home construction.
The purpose is to maintain a semblance of uniformity by requiring all construction activities in Cherry Hills Farm to follow a formal architectural submittal acceptance and construction compliance verification process through SBSA.
SBSA performs ADA Peer Review for developers, architects, and insurance companies. Conforming to the Americans with Disabilities Act Accessibility Guidelines (ADAAG) and HUD Fair Housing Accessibility Guidelines (FHAG) on a project is a complex process that requires careful review during design and construction. Having a project reviewed by a third party for compliance with (ADAAG) and (FHAG) is an important step in reducing the risk of being in non-compliance with federal accessibility laws in commercial construction.
The SBSA team consists of both architects as well as engineers and we can truly understand and empathize with designer’s concerns pertaining to accessibility compliance, particularly in the commercial realm of design.
With over 70 years of combined design experience among the architectural staff, we are fully aware of the most current regulations and challenges in providing for accessibility requirements in new construction. Designing for compliance is not necessarily difficult, but it can become lost at times due to other programmatic complexities required for a successful design.