Brad Gaskins, AIA, CASp, NCARB
Brad is bringing accessibility into the spotlight nationally, making a direct impact on the quality of life for disabled individuals. Since attending his first ADA seminar in 1992, Brad has educated himself, as well as business owners, peers and allied professionals on the importance of accessible facilities. He is shifting the view of accessibility from a required regulation to something organizations should do for the right reasons.
He has spoken at numerous events and conferences including NATSO, NACS, ICC and the Commercial Construction & Renovation (CCR) Summit. His topics focus on ADA training and compliance, as well as what an organization should know to be strategic in achieving their compliance.
Comments on Brad’s presentation for National Facilities Maintenance & Technology include:
“Outstanding summary of a complex issue. Speaker was excellent, engaging and knowledgeable”
“Excellent. He is a must for NFMT. Very informative and applicable on ADA issues.”
“Excellent presentation. Makes you think about what you are doing at your facilities.”
Upcoming ADA speaking events include:
Lanny McIntosh, AIA, LEED AP BD+C
Lanny is revolutionizing the business of large-scale transformations. He is a visionary on the use of technology to design, construct and manage these projects. He streamlines the processes so clients can manage multiple locations more effectively, efficiently and economically. For new buildings and remodels, the processes Lanny develops ensure brand consistency, ease-of-use, and allows for seamless brand evolution.
Patrick Golden, NCIDQ, CASp
Patrick is an ADA Compliance training instructor and a presenter on the topics of accessibility and barrier removal planning. Whether you want to educate your facility managers on accessibility barriers to be aware of, or communicate the importance of ADA compliance to other departments within your company, Patrick can help.
Ted Reeds, AIA
When it comes to hospitality architecture, Ted is unparalleled. Between his years of experience designing for national hotel chains and his passion for unique architecture, Ted is an excellent resource as an architect and as a speaker. He often gives Downtown Tulsa tours for the Tulsa Foundation for Architecture’s Second Saturdays and is available for other tours or events.
See Ted on C-SPAN’s Book TV speaking about Tulsa’s rich architectural history.