Stampcrete International Ltd. has a new ADAcompliant stamping tool for producing detectable warnings for curb ramps, crosswalks and transit platforms. Detectable warnings — and specifically, truncated domes — are now an ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) requirement for detecting the boundary between the sidewalk and the street. Grooves, exposed aggregate and other designs are no longer acceptable because they have been found to be too similar to pavement textures, cracks and joints. The Stampcrete ADA system satisfies the new requirement while allowing the contractor to continually pour one monolithic sidewalk. The stamping tools are placed on the concrete while in its plastic state, and then vibrated using a tamper tool to create the domes. For a free informative package on the Stampcrete System, including specification forms and a free video showing the process, call Bob Williams at (800) 233-3298. Visit www.stampcrete.com for more information.