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Old 03-28-2016, 03:17 PM   #1
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Ada Ramp

i'm looking for a little help from the experts on ada ramps. My experience is only in residential driveways & porches.
I'm pouring a curb sidewalk and want to add a ada ramp in the center off it, however with me never forming one or seeing one formed i am a little lost. If anyone could give me some insight, tips, or pictures of forming one I would appreciate it very much!
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No more than 8.3% on the ramp up/down and no more than 2% cross slope. The rest, follow the picture.


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