ADA Access Ramps

ADA Compliant Modular Access Ramps

Providing access for all workers is an important component of any regulations compliant facility. FlexDecks simplifies this process with modular accessibility ramps that can be configured for virtually any work environment. Our ADA compliant ramps meet slope, width, handrail and other standards needed to accommodate this essential part of the workforce.

Designed for Maximum Flexibility

FlexDecks Access Ramps are easily customized to seamlessly integrate with your facilities existing entrances and pathways, providing you with a simple, easy-to-install solution where needed. Should your facility configuration ever change, our modular access ramps can be adjusted even after installation to meet your new requirements.

Engineered for Safety

FlexDecks Modular Ramps are designed by career safe-access engineers backed by a global network of compliance experts. Rigorous testing to the highest standards has been completed and tested. With FlexDecks’ track record of safe access solutions, you can rest assured that the safety of your workers is being held to the highest standards.

Built To Last

Our access ramps are constructed from your choice of lightweight, high-strength aluminum or galvanized stainless steel. Utilizing corrosion resistant fittings, FlexDecks ramps are built for longevity in extreme climates.  In addition, all of our ramp components are load tested to guarantee stability and safety while in use. An access ramp from FlexDecks will last for years without maintenance.

Cost-effective Industrial Grade Ramp Systems

FlexDecks access ramp systems provide an economical option to traditional welded ramp systems. Constructed using prefabricated components, the modular nature of FlexDecks safety ramps enables efficient design and installation. While being cost efficient, there is no compromise on quality or durability. The components are certified for strength and manufactured for consistency, ensuring a permanent access ramp system for your facility.

An Expert Is Ready To Help

The solution to your unique facility safe access requirement is only a click away. When you need access solutions that provide stability, flexibility and safety that meets the highest OSHA and Military standards, turn to FlexDecks. We’re ready to help.

ADA Access Ramp Features


FlexDecks ADA Ramps are made from aluminum or galvanized steel for durability, corrosion resistance and strength.

All-Weather Tread

Holes in the treads shed water, snow, and ice to ensure year-round safe access.


The modular design facilitates easy configuration, assembly, adjustments, and if needed, disassembly.


The Flexible design can can adapt to unexpected challenges during installation, avoiding costly delays.


Access Ramps can be customized to accommodate level changes, offset surfaces, or any  other obstacle preventing safe access.

No Welding

Tubular fittings and standard modules means no welding is needed, eliminating associated time delays, hazards and expense.


FlexDecks modular access ramps go from design to implementation at nearly twice the speed of welded ramp systems.

Easy Assembly

Crossovers can be easily assembled on location by maintenance personnel.  Specialized labor is not required.

Custom Solutions

FlexDecks regularly engineers access systems to suit specific site requirements and applications. Custom configurations can range from added steps to revamping entire facility access systems. FlexDecks’ experienced engineers and fabricators are able to do as little or as much as needed to meet your exact requirements.

ADA Compliant

FlexDecks Access Ramps are designed to meet the standards set by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) as well as associated international accessibility standards.

ADA Ramp requirements include the following standards:

  • The ramp must have a 1:12 slope ratio.
  • Minimum width of 36 inches, although this can be higher in certain states.
  • The ramp cannot be longer the 30 feet without a rest platform, in order to prevent fatigue.
  • All edges must be protected so that there is no risk of falling off.
  • All ramps should have both top and bottom landings that are at least 60 inches in length.