In 1906, San Francisco was hit by The Great Earthquake resulting in city-wide destruction and around 700 deaths. A large amount of the city had to be rebuilt and The Panama Pacific Exposition in 1915 is cited as the rebirth of the city as it allowed San Francisco to once again establish itself as an international metropolitan city. However, what many people do not realize is that roughly 90% of the damage done to the city was not caused by the quake itself, but rather by the many fires that broke out in the aftermath.
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Being involved in ADA design and construction has given me the opportunity to help a lot of business owners and commercial property owners prevent costly ADA compliant lawsuits.