Wheelchair Ramp Installation by Simon Construction

wheelchair ramp installation

APEX ramp system installed on a converted house for a university cultural center.

Upside Innovations provided multiple APEX ramp systems on newly renovated houses that an university in Indiana was converting to a Student Cultural Center. The multiple APEX ramps were delivered by Upside Innovations employees and installed in a single day before heading back to Cincinnati. The product seen above included a 5' APEX ramp section with an L-platform and 20' of ramp to get safely to the sidewalk. The Upside Innovations engineering team did a nice job of working with the customer to plan out the ramp length needed to end the ramp at the existing sidewalk.


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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