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2004 Florida Accessibility Code for Building Construction. The Course: 2 hour Advanced Accessibility Training Module Visit our website at: www.floridabuilding.org Bruce Ketcham, DCA Instructor 850-410-1568.
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2 hour Advanced Accessibility Training Module
Visit our website at: www.floridabuilding.org
Bruce Ketcham, DCA Instructor
This course will focus on the following:
11-4.22 Toilet Rooms Fig. 3, Turning Space, Fig. 28, Water Closets, Fig. 30, Toilet Stalls, Fig. 30e Florida Stall
11—Part A Introduction
Corrects the phone number for “ADA Questions and Complaints”
Replaces current Rule with amended Rule of 1/20/02
Delete all figure reference to “11-“ within Chap 11 text and correct typo
2004 FBC-BUILDING – ACCESSIBILITY MODIFICATIONS APPROVED -2006
ACCESSIBLE TRANSIENT LODGING
In all buildings, structures and facilities licensed as a hotel, motel or “resort condominium” pursuant to
Chapter 509, Florida Statutes, a number of rooms equaling at least 5 percent of the guest rooms
minus the number of Accessible rooms required by the table below shall provide the additional special
accessibility features of Section 11-9.2.3.
Number of Rooms Accessible Rooms Rooms with Roll-in Showers Florida 5%
1 to 25 1
26 to 50 2
51 to 75 3 1
76 to 100 4 1
101 to 150 5 2 (See second paragraph of
151 to 200 6 2
201 to 300 7 3
301 to 400 8 4
401 to 500 9 4 plus one for each additional 100 over 400
501 to 1000 2% of total
1001and over 20 plus 1 for each 100 over 1000
Departure from the explicit technical and scoping requirements of this code for any element voids any otherwise applicable presumption of rebuttable evidence that the element has been constructed or altered in accordance with the minimum accessibility requirements of the ADA
Departures from particular technical and scoping requirements of the Code that will provide substantially equivalent or greater access to and usability of the facility
Do not extend 18 inches beyond ramp.
Adapted by Rule
Rear wall of Standard
Floor to rim 17 inches or less