L-Shaped APEX System Switchback Ramp for Wheelchair Users at Brandeis University

L-Shaped APEX System Switchback Ramp in Waltham, MA

This APEX Wheelchair Ramp with Massachusetts handrails was installed at building at Brandeis University

When a general contractor approached Upside Innovations to fit our APEX Ramp system within the existing footprint at a Brandeis University building, we came up with a perfect solution. The resulting install included a switchback ramp connected to the existing concrete entrance at the top and turning at the bottom to end next to the steps. The ramp was finished off by the GC with a rock wall around the APEX ramp to help make the product look like it was built into the preexisting structure.


Wheelchair Ramps

APEX ADA-compliant wheelchair and access ramps feature modular components that bolt together. The solution eliminates custom fabrication, code compliance issues, and time-consuming engineering while reducing costs, installation time, and complexity. Weather-resistant aluminum can be reconfigured to adapt to changing applications or remobilizations and ensure the industry’s longest service life.

The APEX System is a line of integrated access products that can be configured to meet the most challenging applications.

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