Our Team

Meet our team of experts

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Kristen Habermehl

RHFAC Professional Certified Assessor

Kristen brings to the Atlantic Accessibility team the most current regulatory details for accessibility in our province. She was first to be certified east of Ontario in RHFAC, which is our provincially-recognized accessibility audit system. She brings both passion and balance, with advocacy for inclusion and eighteen years of business management.

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Roeland Leenes


Roeland is our architect and project developer at Atlantic Accessibility. Roeland will help capture your vision for your accessible home through customized design plans. After studying architecture at the Technical University of Delft in the Netherlands, and spending years designing commercial buildings, Roeland is well equipped to bring refined design expertise and creative intuition to your project.

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Adam Greeley

RHFAC Professional and Construction Expert

Adam is our RHFAC certified project manager. Adam is equipped to assess the accessibility of built environments and lead the construction of accessible projects, overseeing the careful implementation of each feature of your space. With years of construction and management experience, Adam will ensure that we capture and attend to every detail of your renovation.

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Jacob Goode

Accessibility Project Administrator

Jacob is trained in accessibility by RHFAC. With a background in drafting, Jacob can review your construction plans for accessibility and ensure that your built environment meets the highest standards. Additionally, Jacob can come to your location to assess the meaningful access of your space onsite!


Did you know?

1 in 5 Nova Scotians over the age of 15 identify as having a disability. The accessibility of spaces affects the living, employment, and consumer choices of not only those with disabilities, but their families, friends, and caretakers as well.

Universal Design is the design and composition of an environment so that it can be accessed, understood and used to the greatest extent possible by all people regardless of their age, size, ability or disability.

Nova Scotia has set a goal to be accessible by 2030 under the newly established Accessibility Act.

If you’re a business or community organization, the Province’s ACCESS-Ability Grants may help you pay for up to two-thirds of construction & renovation costs to meet accessibility requirements.

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