To help Johns Hopkins University bring its vintage building stock into full ADA compliance, PBA assessed existing conditions and documented feasibility, design, phasing plans, and budgets. Implementation is complete or underway for improvements to seventeen buildings including Garland Hall, Sealy Mudd Hall, Remsen Hall, Eisenhower Library, Krieger Hall, Gilman Hall, Jenkins Hall, Shriver Hall, Shaffer Hall, Barton Hall, Maryland Hall, Whitehead Hall, Mattin Center, Nichols House and the Auditorium at the Bloomberg Center for Physics and Astronomy. Typical considerations include feasibility and phasing of ADA improvements for new, covered accessible entrances, intervention to facilitate access to mezzanine level work areas, modernization of existing elevators and the installation of lifts and LU/LA (Limited Use / Limited Access) elevators, renovations to restrooms and public services facilities retrofits, new security facilities, and providing for assistive listening and backstage access to auditorium spaces.

The firm provided permit expediting for Hodson Hall (2) a new Classroom Building for RMJM (formerly Hillier Group).