LVCIL can assess your existing and proposed trails for accessibility, and give practical written and verbal recommendations to proper trail design and uses. LVCIL can assess the trail throughout the building process to ensure proper slopes and best practices are followed. Our extensive knowledge of outdoor facilities from parking lots, trail heads, restrooms, fishing piers, kayak launches, highlighting natural features, can help you in creating a functional and esthetically pleasing trail experience for all.Planning Recreation Trail Construction & Design Nature Play
• Brian Rogers has over 24 years of experience in Civil Engineering as it relates to the ADA and accessibility, 20 years of teaching experience with children with disabilities, 5 of those as a PA registered Teacher. • Bob Amelio has 28 years life experience dealing with a mobility disability which gives a unique perspective to performing accessibility surveys and ADA trainings for the past 14 years. He is a Certified Accessibility Inspector/Plans Examiner. • Bob and Brian are part of the Mid-Atlantic ADA Leadership Network • Brian and Bob have performed over 70 site surveys with detailed reports on outdoor recreation facilities, hospitals, rehabilitation facilities, government facilities, churches, universities, art galleries, private homes, private clubs, trails and trail heads, swimming pool facilities, etc… • Brian and Bob have performed over 60 trainings on numerous topics including, Autism Spectrum Disorder, sensitivity, trail design, curb ramp design, ramp design, How to make your facility accessible. LVCIL has over 70 trainings developed by the team on various topics and create more each day. • Brian and Bob have been through extensive training with Mark Derry of Eastlake Derry and Associates on site surveying, note taking technics, and final reporting. • Brian and Bob are recognized contributors to the PA Statewide Comprehensive Outdoor Recreation Plan. • Brian and Bob are the disability experts for Hawk Mountain Sanctuaries accessible trail that is being recognized by the PA Department of Conservation Natural Resources as a model accessible trail. • Brian and Bob are the disability consultants for Allentown Parks and Recreation.