TDLR/TAS TABS Update – December 2018

2018-12-29T18:27:16-06:00

Simplify the TDLR-TABS Registration and the Entire TAS Process by…

Emailing a completed “Request For Inspection Form” and “Owner Agent Designation Form” along with the “Project Registration Form” and “Proof of Submission Form” at the time of the plan review submittal (find these documents under the “FORM” pull-down of the website)

TDLR/TAS TABS Update – December 20182018-12-29T18:27:16-06:00

Barrier Free Texas Helps Local Families

2018-12-28T00:52:19-06:00

We are proud to announce that thanks to our clients, Barrier Free Texas was a contributor to the 2019 Byron Nelson Golf Tournament. Barrier Free Texas is grateful that it has the ability to facilitate programs such as Meals On Wheels, Easter Seals, Habitat for Humanity, American Cancer Society, Church Food Banks and the Red […]

Barrier Free Texas Helps Local Families2018-12-28T00:52:19-06:00

NEW Barrier Free Texas CONTACT INFO

2015-07-30T22:54:51-05:00

Clients that aren’t already taking advantage of digitally transmitting their TDLR/TAS Forms, Drawings & Specifications to Barrier Free Texas for their plan review submittals; should mail or courier their TDLR/TAS plan review submittals and their required inspection documentation (forms and/or letters) to our NEW MAILING ADDRESS (effective 5/1/14):

Barrier Free Texas
3044  Old Denton Road – #111 223
Carrollton, TX  75007-5016

Thank you for your […]

NEW Barrier Free Texas CONTACT INFO2015-07-30T22:54:51-05:00

Personalized Blog Postings

2017-03-30T22:53:31-05:00

Barrier Free Texas provides personalized blog postings directly to our clients. The postings consist of TDLR/TAS updates, innovative accessible element photos and other accessibility-related information.

If you would like to receive the Barrier Free Texas blog postings, please contact us and we will be glad to add you to our blog mailing list.

Robert@barrierfreetexas.com

Personalized Blog Postings2017-03-30T22:53:31-05:00

Corporate Headquarters in Plano, TX

2017-03-30T22:53:31-05:00

This corporate edifice has an easily identifiable main entrance with a curb-less accessible passenger loading expanse. The facility offers accessible features and programs for its employees such as various dining venues, gymnasium and fitness center with locker rooms and several exterior patio decks, a basketball court and walking trails. The campus has effective exterior lighting that provides visual interest yet is functional […]

Corporate Headquarters in Plano, TX2017-03-30T22:53:31-05:00

Honda Dealership in DFW

2017-03-30T22:53:31-05:00

The automobile dealership has provided ample day-lighting along with artificial lighting to aid the consumer in the selection of the desired colors and finishes for their vehicle purchase.  A split-level reception/information counter allows for the exchange of vehicle information. Generous general circulation paths have been provided between the merchandise displayed in the showroom and the floating information kiosks. […]

Honda Dealership in DFW2017-03-30T22:53:31-05:00

Amphitheater in central Texas

2017-03-30T22:53:32-05:00

Regional amphitheater located outside of Austin, Texas. The accessibility requirements for this project were typical for an outdoor venue, but one of the unique features is the flexibility in the lower seating area. Rather than just offering fixed and companion seating, the space can be outfitted with rows of folding chairs, or even tables and chairs. […]

Amphitheater in central Texas2017-03-30T22:53:32-05:00