We have the 2012 (current) Texas Accessibility Standards in a handy, 10 page pdf file. These cover all of chapters 3 through 7 and are everything needed for most all situations. Great reference to have and you can download a mobile pdf app to phones and pads so your guys can have the info with them in the field. The entire document is available for free download at http://www.license.state.tx.us/ab/abtas.htm
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