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2010 Standards for Accessible Design – Part II Chapters 6-9. Presented by Ray Petty Great Plains ADA Center Wichita, Kansas May 24, 2012. Plumbing Elements & Facilities (Chapter 6). Drinking Fountains Toilet & Bathing Rooms Water Closets & Toilet Compartments Urinals

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2010 standards for accessible design part ii chapters 6 9

2010 Standards for Accessible Design – Part IIChapters 6-9

Presented by Ray Petty

Great Plains ADA Center

Wichita, Kansas May 24, 2012


Plumbing elements facilities chapter 6
Plumbing Elements & Facilities (Chapter 6)

  • Drinking Fountains

  • Toilet & Bathing Rooms

  • Water Closets & Toilet Compartments

  • Urinals

  • Lavatories & Sinks

  • Bathtubs

  • Shower Compartments

  • Grab Bars

  • Seats

  • Washing Machines & Clothes Dryers

  • Saunas & Steam Rooms


Drinking fountains 211
Drinking Fountains (211)

Where provided on an exterior site or floor,

  • 2 required: wheelchair accessible & standing access

  • alternative: single unit with

    dual access (e.g., “hi-lo” units)

  • multiple installations:

    50% of each type


Drinking fountains 602
Drinking Fountains (602)

  • forward approach - all wheelchair units

  • revised specs for spout location & water flow

  • clear floor space to be “centered”

  • height for standard units: 38”- 43”


Toilet bathing facilities 213
Toilet & Bathing Facilities (213)

  • Scoping for rooms & elements (e.g., toilets, lavs, mirrors)

  • toilet rooms clustered

    at 1 location: 50% scoping

  • unisex toilet rooms

  • Urinals - access where

    more than 1 provided


Toilet rooms water closets 603 604
Toilet Rooms & Water Closets (603 & 604)

  • Range for toilet centerline

  • lavatory cannot overlap toilet clearance (except in dwelling units)


Toilet rooms water closets 603 6041
Toilet Rooms & Water Closets (603 & 604)

  • a fixture can be recessed

  • shorter (24” min.) rear grab bar allowed


Toilet bathing rooms 603
Toilet & Bathing Rooms (603)

Space for side transfers provided


Toilet bathing rooms 6031
Toilet & Bathing Rooms (603)

Door can swing into fixture clearances if clear floor space provided beyond door swing


Toilet bathing rooms 6032
Toilet & Bathing Rooms (603)

Turning space (which door can swing into) and door clearances further define room size


Water closets 604
Water Closets (604)

Other changes/ clarifications:

  • objects permitted to overlap clearance (grab bars, dispensers, etc.)

  • flush controls (standard reach range)

  • toilet paper dispenser location


Water closets 6041
Water Closets (604)

revised location for toilet paper dispenser


Water closets 6042
Water Closets (604)

grab bars clearances (609.3) further determine location of non-recessed dispensers


Water closets 6043
Water Closets (604)

large dispensers can conflict with grab bar clearance


Water closets 6044
Water Closets (604)

What’s wrong with this picture?


Water closets 6045
Water Closets (604)

What’s wrong with this picture?


Adaptable toilet bathing rooms
Adaptable Toilet & Bathing Rooms

More detail about adaptable features (specific exceptions in Chapter 6):

  • Door swing / fixture clearance (if swing can be reversed)

  • Toilet seat height

  • Grab bars (toilets, tubs, showers)

  • Lavatories (knee & toe clearances, height)


Toilet compartments 604
Toilet Compartments (604)

  • compartments with > 1 fixture to meet room requirements

  • doors – self-closing; door pulls on both sides

  • removed alternate stall designs (technical infeasibility)


Wheelchair compartments 604
Wheelchair Compartments (604)

Standard Stall

60” min. wide

depth:

  • 56” min. (wall hung toilet)

  • 59” min. (floor-mounted or children’s toilet)


Ambulatory accessible stalls 604
Ambulatory Accessible Stalls (604)

depth specified (60” min.)

width: 35”- 37” (instead of 36” absolute)


Urinals 605
Urinals (605)

minimum depth specified


Lavatories sinks 606
Lavatories & Sinks (606)

  • apron clearance (29” min.) removed

  • parallel approach - kitchen sinks in spaces without cook tops/ conventional ranges

  • removable cabinetry - sinks & lavs in dwelling units (if certain conditions met)


Bathtubs shower compartments 607 608
Bathtubs & Shower Compartments (607& 608)

  • hand-held shower spray (on/off control)

  • water temperature (120 degrees max.)

  • grab bars – can be adaptable in private bathrooms & dwelling units bathrooms


Bathtubs 607
Bathtubs (607)

additional 12” clearance beyond permanent seat


Shower compartments 608
Shower Compartments (608)

Alternate design permitted in any facility


Shower compartments 6081
Shower Compartments (608)

Allowed:

  • 1/2” max. beveled threshold in roll-in showers

  • a higher curb (2” max.) - transfer showers in existing facilities (where floor slab affected)


Grab bars 609
Grab Bars (609)

  • wider diameter – 2” max. (instead of 1 ½”)

  • circular and non-circular cross sections

  • (4” – 4.8” perimeter dimension; 2 ” max. cross section dimension)



Grab bars 6092
Grab Bars (609)

12” min. clearance above

1 ½” min. below


Seats 610
Seats (610)

More detail on:

  • Size

  • Shape

  • location in showers

  • removable tub seats


Washing machines and clothes dryers 214
Washing Machines and Clothes Dryers (214)

At least:

  • 1 accessible where 3 or fewer provided

  • 2 accessible where more than 3 provided


Washing machines clothes dryers 611
Washing Machines & Clothes Dryers (611)

  • clear floor space (parallel approach)

  • operable parts

  • door height

  • front-loading, top-loading


Saunas steam rooms 612
Saunas & Steam Rooms (612)

from supplement on recreation facilities

  • bench

  • turning space


Communication elements features chapter 7
Communication Elements & Features (Chapter 7)

  • Fire Alarm Systems

  • Signs

  • Telephones

  • Detectable Warnings

  • Assistive Listening Systems

  • ATMs & Fare Machines

  • Two-Way Communication Systems


Fire alarm systems 215
Fire Alarm Systems (215)

  • public and common use areas

  • employee work areas (wiring)

  • transient lodging

  • residential facilities

  • alterations: compliance required where system upgraded or replaced or a new one is installed


Fire alarm systems 702
Fire Alarm Systems (702)

NFPA 72

(1999 or 2002)

guidelines require

110 dB max.


Visual alarms 702
Visual Alarms (702)

NFPA 72 covers:

  • flash rate & pulse duration

  • location - wall & ceiling

  • minimum intensity

    (based on coverage area)

  • larger coverage thru fewer appliances

  • many spaces (other than corridors) can be covered by 1 appliance

  • synchronization of multiple appliances


Signs 216
Signs (216)

Scoping clarified:

  • tactile/ visual – labels for permanent rooms & spaces, exit doors

  • visual – directional or informational signs

  • exempt: temporary signs, building menus, directories, addresses, company names and logos


Signs 2161
Signs (216)

Specific provisions for:

  • means of egress

  • parking

  • entrances

  • elevators

  • toilet and bathing rooms

  • TTYs

  • assistive listening systems

  • check-out aisles

  • amusement rides


Raised characters 703
Raised Characters (703)

  • sans serif

  • character proportion, height, spacing

  • line spacing

  • height (48” – 60”)

  • placement at doors


Braille 703
Braille (703)

  • dimensions specified (e.g., dot height, base diameter)

  • limited use of uppercase notation

  • location below raised letters (3/8” min. separation)



Visual characters 703
Visual Characters (703)

  • “conventional form”

  • character proportion, height, & spacing

  • location (40” min. height)

  • stroke thickness

  • line spacing

  • finish & contrast

    (visual signs with raised characters & Braille subject only to finish & contrast specs of 703)


Telephones 704
Telephones (704)

  • Volume controls on all public phones

  • volume control – to 20 dB

    (12 dB intermediate step)

  • automatic reset

    TTYs – 34” min. height keyboard (in use) except where seats provided


Telephones ttys 217
Telephones – TTYs (217)

Scoping based on pay phones provided:

  • banks – where 4 or more provided (exception for banks within 200 ft.)

  • floors and buildings:

    - where 1 provided (public building)

    - where 4 or more provided (private bldg.)

  • exterior sites – where 4 or more provided


Detectable warnings
Detectable Warnings

Where required:

  • Transit platforms (8.10.5)

  • Curb ramps at transit facilities (DOT rule) – bottom 2’

    Public streets & sidewalks – recommend use of draft PROW guidelines


Detectable warnings 705
Detectable Warnings (705)

greater range of designs & products allowed

  • dome diameter (range)

  • spacing (range)

  • removed:

    resiliency/ sound-on-cane contact

  • color contrast doesn’t have to be integral


Assistive listening systems 219 706
Assistive Listening Systems (219 & 706)

Required where:

  • audible communication = integral to use of the space and

  • audio amplification provided

  • courtrooms

    Not triggered by fixed

    seating or occupant load


Atms fare machines 220 707
ATMs & Fare Machines (220 & 707)

Access to 1 of each type at each location

  • speech output

  • privacy

  • input controls

  • display screen

  • Braille instructions (for speech mode)


Two way communication systems 230 708
Two-Way Communication Systems (230 & 708)

  • applies where provided

  • audible and visual signals

  • handsets (cord length)

  • systems serving dwelling units


Special rooms spaces elements chapter 8
Special Rooms, Spaces & Elements (Chapter 8)

  • Assembly areas

  • Dressing, fitting, and locker rooms

  • Kitchens and kitchenettes

  • Medical care and long-term care

  • Transient lodging

  • Prison cells

  • Courtrooms

  • Dwelling units

  • Transportation facilities

  • Storage



Assembly areas 221
Assembly Areas (221)

Wheelchair Spaces

lower scoping for

assembly areas with

more than 500 seats:

  • 501 – 5,000 seats: 1 space/ every 150 seats (instead of 1%)

  • > 5,000: 0.5% scoping


Assembly areas 2211
Assembly Areas (221)

Dispersion of

wheelchair

spaces to provide

  • choices of seating

    locations and viewing angles

  • substantially equal to, or better than,

  • the choices of all other spectators


Assembly areas 2212
Assembly Areas (221)

Exceptions for areas with 300 or fewer seats if:

  • horizontal – spaces & companion seats located in the 2nd or 3rd quartile of row

  • vertical – if viewing angles = or better than the average viewing angles in the assembly area


Wheelchair spaces 802
Wheelchair Spaces (802)

  • Lines of Sight

  • Seated Spectators

    • Over heads

    • Between heads

  • Standing Spectators

    • Over heads

    • Between heads


Wheelchair spaces 8021
Wheelchair Spaces (802)

Circulation paths cannot overlap wheelchair spaces


Assembly areas 2213
Assembly Areas (221)

Other Changes:

  • Companion seat

    for each space

    (can be movable)

  • Designated aisle seats - 5% of aisle seats

  • Lawn seating - accessible route


Companion seats and designated aisle seats 802

1:48

Companion Seats and Designated Aisle Seats (802)

Companion Seats

  • Alignment

  • Type

    Designated Aisle Seats

  • Armrest

  • Identification


Dressing fitting locker rooms 222
Dressing, Fitting, & Locker Rooms (222)

Access to at least 5% of each type of use in each cluster

(no change from original ADAAG)


Dressing locker rooms 803
Dressing … & Locker Rooms (803)

  • Door swing into turning space (if wheelchair space beyond swing)

  • A bench complying with 903 is required


Kitchens kitchenettes sinks 212
Kitchens, Kitchenettes, & Sinks (212)

  • New provision – applies where provided

  • Covers sinks

    (5% or at least 1)

  • Mop & service sinks exempted


Kitchens and kitchenettes 804
Kitchens and Kitchenettes (804)

  • Clearances (U-shaped, Pass through)

  • EX: No cooktop or conventional range


Kitchens and kitchenettes 8041
Kitchens and Kitchenettes (804)

  • Work surface (residential)

    • 30 inch wide min

    • Knee and toe space

      EX: Cabinetry under work surface

    • 34 inch height max

      EX: adjustable

      (29 to 36 inches)


Kitchens and kitchenettes 8042
Kitchens and Kitchenettes (804)

  • Sinks (forward approach specified, but exceptions provided in 606)

  • Storage (50% of shelf space)

  • Appliances (clear floor spaces, operable parts, dishwashers, ranges, cooktops, ovens, refrigerator/freezer


Medical care and long term care 223
Medical Care and Long-Term Care (223)

Patient Sleeping Room Scoping

Period of Stay exceeds 24 hours

  • Hospital, Rehab, Psychiatric, Detox Facilities

  • Not specializing in treating conditions that affect mobility

    10 percent with Mobility Features

    Specializing in treating conditions that affect mobility

    100 percent with Mobility Features

    Long-Term Care

    50 percent with Mobility Features


Medical care and long term 805
Medical Care and Long-Term (805)

Sleeping rooms

  • Turning space

  • Clear floor space

    (36” x 48”) both

    sides of beds

    Toilet and Bathing rooms (223.1 EX)


Transient lodging guest rooms 224
Transient Lodging Guest Rooms (224)

Scoping - Three Types:

  • with 32 inch clear doors

    (100%)

  • with Mobility Features

    (5-2%) – roll-in shower

  • with Communication Features

    (8-3%)

    Dispersion – types, number of beds, other amenities, limited overlap


Transient lodging guest rooms with comm features 806 3
Transient Lodging Guest Rooms with Comm. Features (806.3)

  • Alarms per NFPA 72

  • Notification Devices

    • incoming phone calls

    • door knock or bell

    • outlet within 48” of telephone

    • telephones with volume control

    • not part of alarm system


Storage 225
Storage (225)

  • 1 of each type

  • Lockers (5%)

  • Self-service shelving

  • Self-service storage spaces:

    5% (up to 200)

    2% (over 200)


Holding and housing cells judicial 231 detention correctional 232
Holding and Housing Cells Judicial (231)Detention/Correctional (232)

  • Judicial Facility

  • Central Holding

  • Court-Floor Holding

  • Detention/Correctional

  • General Holding/Housing

    • - Mobility 2%

    • - Comms. 2%

  • Special and Medical

  • Visiting Areas Alterations


Holding and housing cells 807
Holding and Housing Cells (807)

  • Mobility Features

  • - turning space

  • - benches

  • - beds

  • - toilet and bathing

  • Communication Features

  • - alarms

  • - telephones


Courtrooms judicial facilities 231 2
Courtrooms Judicial Facilities (231.2)

Scoping

  • Each court room

    Technical (808)

  • turning space

  • clear floor spaces

  • counters/tables


Residential facilities 233
Residential Facilities (233)

Covers public housing (ADA, ABA)

In general, private housing not covered by ADA (may be covered by Fair Housing)


Residential facilities 2331
Residential Facilities (233)

Recognize Rehabilitation Act (section 504) regs

issued by Dept. of Housing & Urban Development

HUD’s 504 Regulations:

  • at least 5% of units accessible (in multi-family projects of 5 or more units)

  • at least 2% - accessible communication features

  • consistent with guidelines but also cover how scoping applies to housing “projects”


Residential facilities 2332
Residential Facilities (233)

Other housing (not covered by HUD regs):

  • 5% wheelchair accessible

  • 2% communication access features


Residential facilities 2333
Residential Facilities (233)

exceptions for:

  • facilities with 15 or fewer units

    (scoping can be applied to number of units constructed under a single contract even if on different sites)

  • units for sale

    (subject to DOJ’s ADA regulations or HUD’s section 504 regulations)


Transportation facilities 218
Transportation Facilities (218)

Scoping (each)

  • Rail stations

  • Bus shelters

  • Other

    • public address systems

    • clocks


Transportation facilities 810
Transportation Facilities (810)

Bus Boarding Area

  • Surface

  • Dimensions

  • Connection

  • Slope

    Shelters

    Bus Signs


Built in elements chapter 9
Built-In Elements (Chapter 9)

  • Dining & Work Surfaces

  • Benches

  • Check-Out Aisles & Service Counters


Dining work surfaces 226
Dining & Work Surfaces (226)

Access to at least 5%, not fewer than 1

[no change from UFAS and original ADAAG]


Sales service 227 and 904 4
Sales & Service (227 and 904.4)

227 Scoping

  • Counters – 1 of each type

  • Cash register not factor

    904.4 Technical

  • Accessible part same depth

  • Parallel or forward approach

  • No alternatives

  • Exception for alterations

  • Security glazing – voice communication


Work surface 902 service counter 904
Work Surface (902)Service Counter (904)

36” max

34” max

36” max

34” max


Changing benches 903
Changing Benches (903)

Size: (42” min. long, 20” – 24” deep)

clear floor space (parallel-short axis


Great plains ada center
Great Plains ADA Center

100 Corporate Lake Dr

Columbia, MO 65203

1-800-949-4232

www.adaproject.org

Ray Petty, Kansas Coordinator

785-842-4317

[email protected]


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