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Bio for Eric Sifuentes, CASp

Eric Sifuentes, CASp

Senior Project Coordinator, Associate

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ABOUT

Trained as an architect and on-track for licensure in California as an architect, Mr. Sifuentes is credentialed as a Certified Access Specialist (CASp) by the Division of the State Architect. As a certified access specialist, Eric leads the firm in understanding and resolving ADA, California Title 24, universal design and other accessibility issues in new and modernization project design and facility assessment work. Eric’s formal architectural training, combined with the theoretical and practical working knowledge required for CASp certification, makes him uniquely qualified to effectively identify accessibility shortfalls in existing facilities and assist in the design of improvements.

Eric teaches accessibility related content as part of CAB’s continuing education requirements for California licensed architects. In addition, Eric has been a guest speaker on the subject of accessibility at the Construction Specifications Institute and American Institute of Architects, Academy of Architecture for Justice conferences and at a California Department of Corrections & Rehabilitation’s A/E Roundtable session.

Education

Bachelor of Architecture – California State Polytechnic University, Pomona