We are committed to accessibility.
Our proprietary, Tactile Walking Surface Indicators (TWSIs) created from nano-tech polymer concrete are the best on the market in terms of compliance, durability, aesthetics, and proven installation. Every tile is fully ADA compliant and meets or exceeds ADAAG, FHWA, California Title 24, state and local requirements. We back all of our tiles up with a 100% satisfaction guarantee.
The Designer & Manufacturer of TekWay High-Performance ADA Systems
StrongGo Industries is at the leading edge of Custom Polymer Technologies. A company devoted to the ongoing research, development, and manufacturing of products that have been formulated to possess outstanding physical, chemical, and mechanical properties.
Since 2004, TekWay has been producing reliable ADA Dome Tile solutions to create the perfect balance of functionality, durability, and aesthetics. Through nano-engineering of TekWay ADA products and a proven installation process, StrongGo delivers the best performing ADA system today.
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To prepare for current and future Mass Transit projects, designers must select specialized ADA compliant Detectable Warning Surface tiles that will withstand the severe stresses created by high volumes of foot traffic and mobility devices at the platform edge. Tekway High-Performance ADA Tactile Walking Surface Indicator Tiles are a proven system that stay compliant and safe, long after they are installed.
Sidewalks are the lifeline for all pedestrians in any municipality, connecting people from all walks of life to basic necessities and entertainment. Sidewalks last for decades—as should the detectable warning tiles beside them. From dense urban centers to suburban neighborhoods, our detectable warnings will ensure pedestrian safety.
Earning a college degree is a challenge for anyone. Now, add into the equation the need to navigate through the college campus to your classes, whether on foot, bike, scooter, skateboard, or mobility device. Just as tools are needed in every other occupation, Tactile Walking Surface Indicators are used to assist people to travel safely around busy institutions without fear.
Commercial buildings and developments often have unique requirements, from customizable sizes and shapes to different colors of tiles. TekWay can tailor its products to fit any needs, providing lasting durability and aesthetics. Set it and forget it, rather than choosing a product that requires periodic replacing and risks becoming noncompliant and unsafe.
All stadiums and sporting facilities are required to be ADA accessible. TekWay can customize your ADA Tactile Walking Surface Indicators to compliment the surrounding walkways and curb ramps with your favorite home team’s colors. These tactile guidance surfaces will maintain the same level of durability and withstand the expected high pedestrian traffic.
Public accommodations like parks and recreational spaces are designed to be a safe place for enjoying the outdoors. Local and national government officials are required to plan for people with disabilities and to adhere to ADA regulations. Part of the ADA regulations requires the use of detectable warning tiles to be used as a navigational tool for those with low vision.
Airports have constant foot, vehicle, and baggage traffic, and maintaining compliance in such a busy area can be challenging. TekWay ADA systems are the total solution for this type of environment, offering durable longevity and non-slip surfaces that are able to withstand the heavy traffic required.
News & Updates
Urbanization is rising worldwide, with more people moving to cities than ever before. While this brings numerous opportunities and advantages, it also poses significant challenges.
In New York City, amidst its bustling streets and sprawling transit network, a less spoken narrative exists. While the city brings in dreamers, creatives, and those with amazing ambitions, it also chases away a vital community that makes up its boroughs—people with visual and physical disabilities.
The numbers tell a sobering story:
In an increasingly fast-paced digital world, accessibility has taken on a new dimension. No longer confined to physical spaces, accessibility has expanded its reach into the virtual realm thanks to remarkable advancements in technology and design.
As urbanization continues to shape the world in 2023, creating accessible public spaces is more critical than ever. According to last year’s 2022 Valuable Truth Report, the disabled community represents $8 trillion per year in disposable income.
As Texas cities continue to push for inclusivity, the focus has squarely fallen on creating a more accessible environment for everyone. A clear emphasis on this initiative is evident in Dallas and Arlington, Texas, where custom ADA-compliant signs and improved pedestrian accessibility, respectively, have been making headlines.