CP&Y, a full-service engineering and architecture firm based in Dallas, has closed its deal with national Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) accessibility firm Meeting the Challenge Inc (MTC).
MTC, headquartered in Colorado Springs, Colo, will now operate as a wholly owned subsidiary of CP&Y and will offer disability law compliance services to CP&Y’s current and future clients nationally.
“Accessibility for all people in all places is not only mandated by federal law, but it is the correct way to treat one another,” says Pete Patel, chief executive officer of CP&Y, in a media release from CP&Y.
“The merger with MTC will allow CP&Y to leverage MTC’s industry-leading accessibility technology, thought leadership, and specialized ADA services. We would like to welcome everyone from MTC to the CP&Y family and look forward to years of important work as we strive to make America’s roads, structures and public facilities accessible for each citizen.”
“Today marks a signi?cant step forward in our company’s ongoing strategy to accelerate our vision of creating a more accessible world for everyone,” states Kent Kelley, president of Meeting the Challenge Inc, A CP&Y Company.
“The combination of our companies brings together a broader suite of accessibility services to CP&Y clients and provides MTC direct access to CP&Y’s deep pool of industry experts, resources, and clients.”
[Source(s): CP&Y, PRWeb]