Government Buildings Audit

Albuquerque, NM (KKOB) — A new report from the New Mexico State Auditor’s Office highlights continued accessibility issues at state government buildings throughout New Mexico.
That audit, found ADA compliance issues at nearly two dozen state government buildings, issues that state officials say have since been fixed.
Among the findings, about one-third of parking lots reviewed didn’t have the proper number of van accessible spaces, and around 20% of the buildings didn’t have proper markings.
New Mexico’s General Services Department Director of Facilities Management Anna Silva saying that he state is trying to hire three inspectors and one supervisor that would go throughout the state to identify issues at state buildings.