An Elimination of Architectural Barriers Project Registration form or Architectural Barriers Project Registration Confirmation Page must be completed for each subject building or facility and submitted along with the applicable fees when the design professional or owner submits the construction documents.
In accordance with 16 Texas Administrative Code Texas Administrative Rules Chapter 68.50(a), “an architect, interior designer, landscape architect, or engineer with overall responsibility for the design of a building or facility subject to §469.101 of the Act, shall mail, ship, or hand-deliver the construction documents along with a Proof of Submission form not later than the fifth day after the plans and specifications are issued.
In accordance with the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation’s (TDLR) Administrative Rule 68.10(10), individuals designated to act on the owner’s behalf must be designated in writing.
The request for an inspection must be made by completing this form and submitting it to the department, a registered accessibility specialist, or contract provider not later than 30 calendar days after the completion of construction. The completed Request for Inspection form must be received prior to proceeding with the inspection.
Building or facility owners or the owners’ designated agent may use this form to indicate the status of outstanding violations associated with the referenced construction project that were identified during the inspection performed by a Registered Accessibility Specialist (RAS) or TDLR Investigator, to verify compliance with the Texas Accessibility Standards (TAS).
A separate variance application for each (non-compliant) condition within a single building or facility must be submitted by the owner (or owner’s designated agent) and must include a $200.00 non-refundable fee and a Project Registration Form if the project has not been registered.