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ADA Compliance Santa Barbara, CA

Looking for ADA compliance solutions in Santa Barbara, California? Wondering how to ensure accessibility in a vibrant city?

Look no further.

Certified ADA Consultants, Inc. offers expertise and local understanding to help organizations maintain ADA standards. Discover our tailored services for creating more accessible environments.


Central California


Southern California


Northern California

Why ADA Compliance Matters in Santa Barbara?

Legal obligation

ADA laws are federally mandated, ensuring accessibility and avoiding legal issues.

Community well-being

ADA compliance fosters inclusivity and diversity, enhancing community life.

Reputation enhancement

Emphasizing accessibility boosts reputation and signals social responsibility.

Tourism and hospitality

ADA compliance benefits tourism by catering to diverse visitor needs.

Employee rights

Compliance ensures fair treatment and accommodations for disabled employees.

ADA Compliance Checklist

  • Interior spaces
  • Parking facilities
  • Elevators and lifts
  • Restroom facilities
  • Entrances and exits
  • Pathways and walkways
  • Communication and signage
  • Common areas and amenities
  • Documentation and record-keeping
  • Technology and accessibility features

About Certified ADA Consultants

Led by Troy T. Milburn, CEO/Owner/Operator and CASp #355, our team provides tailored ADA compliance solutions in Santa Barbara. Established in 2011, Certified ADA Consultants, Inc. aims to shield California businesses from Accessibility litigation cases.

Through the CASp Inspection Program, legislation like Senate Bills 1608, 1186, and currently 269 offers protection to property and business owners. Troy Milburn, a Certified Access Specialist (CASp), holds certificates in Construction Management from the University of California Davis. With a background in general contracting since 1998, Troy specializes in Accessibility compliance and commercial construction.

He collaborates with architects, developers, public entities, businesses, and property owners, guiding them through planning, construction management, and construction phases to ensure compliance and accessibility.

How We Can Help


– Customized solutions for local businesses
– Expertise in Santa Barbara regulations
– Collaboration with local authorities
– Responsive and localized support


  • Accessibility Audits
  • Architectural Compliance
  • Policy and Procedural Review
  • Document Assistance


  1. Initial consultation and site assessment
  2. Detailed reports and recommendations
  3. Implementation support
  4. Ongoing progress monitoring and reporting

Areas Served

Across California

We serve all parts of California, including Santa Barbara, Los Angeles, Sacramento, San Diego, San Francisco, and beyond.


Santa Barbara County

Our services extend to Mesa, Goleta, Isla Vista, Montecito, San Roque, Carpinteria, and Downtown, ensuring accessibility and compliance statewide.

Satisfied Customers

As a seasoned architect, I strive to build a competent team of professionals on every project I am involved in.  With that said, the CASp consultant I would highly recommend is Troy Milburn, the CASp of Certified ADA Consultants, Inc. located in Granite Bay, CA.  
Currently, Troy is assisting with an extremely complex project in a local Historic District.  Upgrading an Historic Building up to the current accessibility codes is no easy task, but Troy has been outstanding in providing sensible and thorough guidance to make our project ADA compliant.  My client, my team, and I are thrilled to have Troy Milburn on this project, and I will be engaging Troy on future projects.

Reggie Konet, AIA NCARB
Konet Architecture
Folsom, CA 95630

Troy Milburn and his CASp team have provided consulting services for me over the years on varies hotel projects large and small. They range in size and complexity from large scale renovations needing top down comprehensive interior and exterior ADA compliance oversight to small scale barrier removal in hotel public restrooms or clearances for furniture layouts in an ADA guestroom etc. His keen knowledge and ability to interpret current Fed and California ADA requirements is unparalleled! His decisive CASp leadership along with his personable attitude allows him to work seamlessly with all project stakeholders. He’s always availably and ready to answer questions large or small. I highly recommend Troy and his team at Certified ADA Consultants, Inc.

Kress Fischer
Executive Director of Design & Construction
400 South El Camino Real
Suite 200
San Mateo, CA 94402-1731
T + 650.347.8260 x226
F + 650.347.8261
Reply to: kress.fischer
Visit us at: www.phmhotels.com

I have been working with Troy Milburn for Many years now and always enjoy the surprise of a customer providing one of his reports, because they are always well detailed, complete and if there is something I’m not understanding Troy is always a phone call away where he can walk me through his thoughts.

Working with Troy and Certified Ada consultants is always a pleasure and it makes the job a success, the customer Ada compliant, and very happy!!

Roy Sampson

Johnson & Sampson Construction, Inc.
Dba J&S Asphalt
4512 Yankee Hill Ct.
Rocklin, Ca 95677
Office: 916-624-8855
Cell: 916-417-6950
Fax: 916-624-8879

I’ve had the pleasure of working with Troy on several project types including: hotels, restaurants, retail stores, and building lobbies. He’s great at understanding the nuances of the each type of project and the needs of our clients.

Additionally, he’s always flexible, accommodating, and great to work with.  I highly recommend working with them for your commercial project’s needs.

Anthony Roxas, AIA, NCARB

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, ADA regulations also include websites. For businesses, it is necessary that their website be made functional for the disabled by adding certain features, including alt text for images, keyboard navigation, and compatibility with screen readers.

Failure to meet the requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act can lead to harsh legal consequences, which may include the levying of fines and lawsuits, tarnishing an organization’s image, or losing clients.

No. The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) applies equally to businesses of all sizes. However, its level of compliance will depend on factors like business size and the resources available to it.

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