It’s been a while! Here’s what’s new at Skulski Consulting

Paved asphalt trail overlooking pacific, a Japanese defense gun and the American flag and Guam flag.
View from the Ga’an Point Trail at the War in the Pacific National Park on Guam.

OH! my! GOODness!  It’s been a while!  I know, right!

How are you!?

We’ve missed you!  It’s not that we aren’t thinking about you.  It’s more like….oh my goodness…where does the time go?

So, all kinds of fun things are happening at Skulski Consulting LLC.  Well….like….we traveled half way around the world with smart levels and tape measures in hand.  By half way around the world, that means across the International Dateline to Guam…as they say “Where the day begins in the USA.”  Did you know that we have two national parks in Guam and Saipan?  We had the amazing opportunity to work with the National Park Service and conduct accessibility assessments at the War in the Pacific National Park on Guam and the American Memorial Park on Saipan.   The parks interpret the incredible story of the Pacific theater during World War II.  The scenery was breathtaking and the NPS personnel were awesome!  It was an honor to be able to work with the accessibility management team, conduct training and provide recommendations for improving access for their visitors with disabilities.

Back on the mainland, we have also had the wonderful opportunity to work with new clients who are truly committed to ADA compliance and full inclusion of their residents and visitors with disabilities, including the City of Minneapolis, the Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board, Great Parks of Hamilton County (OH), the Cleveland Metroparks, Commerce City (CO) Parks, Recreation and Golf, the City of Milwaukee, and the Northwestern Indiana Regional Planning Commission.

So, what have you been up to?  Do you have any new accessibility projects or programs that have recently been completed?  We want to hear from you about your successes in ADA/504 compliance and share your experiences with our readers.