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Meeting the Challenge Inc. (MTC) a CP&Y Company, the nation’s preeminent accessibility compliance consulting firm and its parent company CP&Y, today announced that Dana Barton will serve as the new director of the organization. Barton will lead the company in all phases of its operations and will focus her time working on business development, staff enrichment and client relations.

Barton, recently named a 2019 women of influence by the Colorado Springs Business Journal, will remain the director of the Rocky Mountain ADA Center (RMADAC), part of the national network of ADA centers. She will continue to provide strategic planning and leadership to assist the RMADAC staff’s efforts to provide the rocky mountain region with technical support, training, guidance and the most updated information pertaining to the Americans with Disabilities Act. Since 1991 MTC has operated RMADAC and Barton has served as its director since 2017.

“I consider this appointment a great honor and thank the senior executive team at CP&Y deeply for entrusting me to lead the incredible team at MTC into a bright future where we will continue to work with past and future clients to make our nation accessible for everyone,” said Dana Barton. “There is tremendous opportunity for growth and our entire team is focused on dramatically increasing our vibrant position in the marketplace.”

MTC has 29 years of experience supporting public and private entities within all critical components of accessibility compliance law including:

  • Developing self-evaluation and transition plans
  • Public right-of-way audits
  • Public and private facility audits
  • Park and recreation audits
  • Pre-construction architecture plan reviews
  • Website accessibility implementation and audits
  • ADA-based litigation support

“Dana is an incredible leader of people and we couldn’t imagine a better professional to drive new business initiatives for MTC while guiding the internal team as it further separates itself as the leading accessibility compliance firm in the United States,” said Pete Patel, Chief Executive Officer of CP&Y who acquired MTC in 2018.

About CP&Y & MTC
Celebrating 39 years in business, CP&Y, Inc. is an employee-owned, innovative, and progressive full-service engineering, architectural and construction firm. With a staff of over 400 professionals in Colorado, Texas, Oklahoma, Florida and Virginia, CP&Y receives industry recognition by providing cost-effective solutions without sacrificing needs.

Founded in 1989, Meeting the Challenge, Inc., A CP&Y company, is the leading accessibility compliance consulting firm in the United States having helped increase accessibility for over 20 million Americans through its work. The organization provides ADA accessibility consulting services for both public and private entities in all 50 states.Since 1991, MTC has also operated the Rocky Mountain ADA Center, one of ten regional technical assistance centers funded by the National Institute on Disability, Independent Living, and Rehabilitation Research, a division of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

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