Hey guys I got a new small project that we are actually going to do at cost for the neighbor. It is a new front entry to replace a poorly built handicapped ramp. About 20-25 feet long and just under 2 feet of rise. I have to wait for ice and snow to melt before I can get exact rise. I know this will be sufficient to be under code for ramps. We have done countless walks (flat and inclined) & patios but never a specific ramp for handicapped. I am thinking about adding some kind of block for the edge a bit higher then the walk to allow prevent a chair from rolling off. The customer requested that we slope and landscape the ground back into the lawn (not a problem). Only up at the house will we build the sides with block to keep soil & stone away from the house. I am looking for some pictures, or any other hints etc that from anyone show has built a handicapped ramp before. Anything that you thought of afterward that you should have done?