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Teresa L Darr   (#4)   

Basic Information

Location
Houston, TX
Email Address
 
Phone
713-995-1993
Mobile Phone
281-793-9798
Fax
713-995-1994
Company
Accessibility Check
Address
10710 S. Sam Houston Pkwy W.

Suite 240

Houston, TX  
77031
USA
Metro Area
Houston, TX Area



Personal Information

Spouse
Doug Darr

Additional Information

Certifications
NCARB, ICC, LEED AP

Biography

Teresa L. Darr, AIA and husband Douglas W. Darr founded ACCESSIBILITY CHECK in January of 1995. The firm's original focus was TDLR plan reviews and inspections checking for compliance with the Texas Accessibility Standards. From this foundation the firm now offers a variety of services centered on accessible design and compliance issues for TAS, ADA, and ABA Accessibility Guidelines, HUD Section 504, UFAS, ANSI A117.1, and Fair Housing. Visit our website as listed above.

Teresa is a licensed architect with over 40 years of experience. She is a registered accessibility specialist in the state of Texas and is certified by the International Code Council as an Accessibility Inspector/Plans Examiner. Teresa is also a charter member in the Texas Registered Accessibility Specialist Association (TRASA), former President, Board Member at Large, and continues to serve actively in that organization.

As design professionals we assume a great deal of responsibility for planning the physical environment and through design should be instrumental in making the man made environment accessible for all.