Svayam closely worked with the Archeological Survey of India (ASI) from the year 2006 to make world heritage sites in India accessible. QutubMinar, Red Fort in Delhi, and Taj Mahal and FatehpurSikri Group of Monuments in Agra received national awards for being best maintained and accessible monuments for tourists with reduced mobility. The experiences of these World Heritage sites are being replicated by ASI at other historical sites in India.

Svayam had been a part of the Core Committee constituted by Ministry of Urban Development, Govt. of India that brought about “Harmonized Guidelines & Space Standards for Barrier Free Built Environment for Persons with Disabilities & Elderly Persons”. Svayam also undertook access audit of over 64 Union of India Building in identified cities and satellite towns across India.

Svayam has been a part of the Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) Committee on National Building Code of India 2016 and helped in revised formulation of standards from the perspective of accessibility.

Svayam was the host of the 13th TRANSED Conference (International Conference on Mobility and Transport for Elderly and Disabled People) held at New Delhi during Sep 17-21, 2012 under the aegis of Transportation Research Board of National Academics, United States.