ADA Ramp for Duncanville Independent School

Duncanville Independent School Access Ramp Install

An APEX System ADA wheelchair access ramp for students and teachers at a modular building within the Duncanville Independent School District.

When Duncanville ISD needed to replace the rotting wooden ramps on some of the existing modular classrooms within the district, they selected the Upside Innovations APEX system for the job. In total, Duncanville ISD replaced six deteriorating wooden ramps with our aluminum ADA compliant wheelchair ramps. As seen in the above picture, Upside Innovations installed a double platform to cover the two existing classroom doors and a 24' long ramp with 42" high guardrails and the compliant 36" high handrail with loops. The adjustable platform legs included with the APEX system easily can handle the site elevation changes while keeping the platforms and ramps nice and level.


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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