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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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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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AgendaAdvanced 2 hour Accessibility training moduleManufactured Buildings Program, May 16, 2006

This course will focus on the following:

  • Accessible Route- 11-3.5, Definition11-4.1.2, Scoping 11-4.3, Tech. Req.

  • Parking – 11-4.1.2(5), ScopingF.S. 553.5041, 11- 4.1.2 (5) Table, 11-4.6, Tech. Req., Fig. 9(a)

  • Vertical accessibility- F.S. 553.509,11-4.1.3(5), New 11-4.1.6, Alterations 11-4.30, Elevators

  • Toilet Rooms and Toilet Stalls- F.S. 553.504(12), 11-4.1.2(6) Scoping, 11-4.1.3(11) New, 11-4.17 Stalls,

    11-4.22 Toilet Rooms Fig. 3, Turning Space, Fig. 28, Water Closets, Fig. 30, Toilet Stalls, Fig. 30e Florida Stall


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Accessibility Requirements For The2004 FLORIDA BUILDING CODEBASE MODEL CODE2003 IBC

  • Building Vol. , Editorial Changes (Supplement 05’)

  • Building Vol. , Editorial Changes (Glitch amendments 06’)

  • Plumbing Volume, Accessibility Incorporated, No Changes

  • Existing Building Code, Accessibility Incorporated

  • Residential Building Code, Accessibility Incorporated

  • Base Document (1997 Accessibility Edition)

  • 2004 Access Board Guidelines Not Implemented, Not Law

  • Florida Law 553.501-553.513 (Changes 553.5041 Parking)


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Mod #

Section/Chapter

Summary

TAC Action

Commission Action

Comment

1834_

Original

James Gregory

11—Part A Introduction

Corrects the phone number for “ADA Questions and Complaints”

10-0 AS

AS

1576_

Original

Betty Stevens

11—Rule 9B-7

Replaces current Rule with amended Rule of 1/20/02

10-0 AS

AS

1134_

Original

Bruce Ketcham

11-Part A

Delete all figure reference to “11-“ within Chap 11 text and correct typo

10-0 AS

AS

PLUMBING

1578_Original

Betty Stevens

Figure 404.4.3(e)

Figure 404.4.3(e)

Withdrawn

Wthdrawn

No action

2004 FBC-BUILDING – ACCESSIBILITY MODIFICATIONS APPROVED -2006


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SECTION 11-9 (P. 1140R)

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

Section 11-9.1.2)

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


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Harmonized Accessibility Code,Standards, Guidelines

  • FBC Certified Accessibility Code-Chap. 11

    • Fair Housing Accessibility Guidelines-Chap. 11

    • ANSI, A-117.1 Standards –Detectable Warnings Chap. 11

    • FBC Plumbing Code -Chap. 4

  • ASME A-17.1 Elevators Standards Chap.30

  • Educational Guidelines for Children, Chap. 4

  • ADAAG- Current Federal Guidelines Fair Housing Accessibility Guidelines

  • FDOT Guidelines/Standards for Public Spaces

  • UFAS - Uniform Federal Accessibility Standards

  • 2004 Access Boards Guidelines, not law


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Equivalent FacilitationSection 11-2

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


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Accessible RouteSection 11-4.3

  • At least one accessible route within the boundary of the site shall be provided from public transportation stops, accessible parking, and accessible passenger loading zones, public streets or sidewalks.

  • Width

  • Passing Space

  • Headroom

  • Surface Textures

  • Slope

  • Changes in Level

  • Doors

  • Areas of Rescue Assistance


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EntrancesSection 11-4.14

  • Entrances/Accessible Route: These elements shall be connected to public transportation stops, accessible parking, passenger loading zones, public streets or sidewalks.

  • Minimum number: At Least 50% of all public entrances must be accessible. At least one must be a ground floor entrance.

  • Signage: Entrances which are not accessible shall have directional signage to the location of the nearest accessible entrance


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Ground & Floor SurfacesSection 11-4.5

  • Changes in Level

  • Changes up to ¼ inches may be vertical and without edge treatment

Figure 7c


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ParkingSection 11-4.6

  • Required Parking Spaces Access Aisle

  • Curb Ramps

  • Accessible Route

  • Passenger Loading Zones

  • Signage


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Accessible Parking SpacesSection 11-4.1.2(5)

  • Required minimum number

    • 1 to 25 = 1

    • 26 to 50 = 2

    • 51 to 75 = 3

    • 76 to 100 = 4

    • 501 to 1000 –2% of total

    • 1001 and over, 20 plus 1 for each 100 over 1000


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Accessible Route to Parking Section 11-4.3

  • Exterior accessible routes include parking access aisles, curb ramps.

  • Location: Accessible parking spaces serving a particular building shall be located on the shortest safely accessible route

  • All spaces must be located on an accessible route no less than 44 inches wide.


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Parking Spaces/Access Aisle Section 11-4.6and related figures

Figure 9b

Figure 9a


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Parking Area

Compliant


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Curb Ramps at ParkingSection 11-4.7

  • Curb ramps shall be provided wherever an accessible route crosses a curb.

  • Curb ramps must be located outside of disabled parking spaces and access aisles

  • Handrails are not required

  • EXCEPTION: Curb ramps that are a part of a required means of egress shall be not less than 44 inches wide

  • Maximum slope of flared sides shall be 1:12


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Vertical Accessibility553.509 F.S.

  • All Levels Above and Below Occupiable Grade, Fl.Law

  • Elevators (includes “LULAS”)

  • Platform Lifts

  • Code compliance or apply for waiver to Fl. Specific issues.

  • Exceptions to compliance

    • Lube Pits

    • Mechanical Rooms

    • Projection Booths

    • Certain Storage

    • Unoccupiable Spaces

    • Non-Public & Occupiable with 5 persons or less


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Platform LiftsSection 11-4.11

  • If platform lifts are used, they shall comply with the following: controls and operating mechanisms shall be operable with one hand and shall not require tight grasping, pinching, or twisting of the wrist

  • If platform lifts are used then they shall facilitate unassisted entry, operation, and exit from the lift

  • Non conforming equipment


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Disproportionate CostSection 4.1.6 (2)

  • Applies to Existing Buildings only

  • Cost does not exceed 20 %of the Cost of Alteration

  • Priorities:

    • Accessible Entrance

    • Accessible Path of Travel

    • Minimum of One Accessible Toilet Room for Each Sex

    • Accessible Unisex Toilet Room shall be provided in accordance with the Plumbing Code, see Chapter 4

    • Accessible Public Telephones

    • Accessible Public Drinking Fountains


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RampsSection 11-4.8

Figure 17

  • Handrails – 34” to 38” shall extend 18 inches at top and bottom.

  • Any part of an accessible route with a slope greater than 1:20 shall be considered a ramp

  • Landings: Not less than 60” clear


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Ramp Handrails

Correct Extension

Non compliant

Handrails. Rails

Do not extend 18 inches beyond ramp.



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RampsSection 11-4.8

  • The maximum slope of a ramp in new construction shall be 1:12

Figure 16


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Toilet Stalls – Toilet Rooms Section 11-4.17 – 11-4.22

  • The 2004 FBC Building Code

  • Toilet Stalls

    • Specific Criteria

  • Toilet Rooms

    • Specific Criteria

  • Protruding Objects

  • Reach range

  • Additional related technical requirements for these Sections

  • The 2004 FBC Plumbing Code

  • The 2004 FBC Residential Code


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Toilet StallsSection 11-4.17

  • The “Florida accessible stall”: New construction shall contain a lavatory that complies with the Code. The lavatory shall be mounted so as not to overlap the clear floor space areas required.

  • Doors: Shall not swing into the clear floor space of any fixture.


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Toilet StallsSection 11-4.17

Figure 30e

Adapted by Rule

9B-7


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Toilet Stalls – Grab BarsSection 11-4.17.6

Figure 30c

Rear wall of Standard

Stall

Figure 30d

Side Walls


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Toilet Stalls Section 11-4.17

Figure 30b

Alternate Stall


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Water ClosetsSection 11-4.16

  • Water closet design, not in stalls. See Section on Toilet Rooms

Figure 28


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Water ClosetsSection 11-4.16

  • Flush valve is on wide side of the accessible water closet

  • Grab bars are required

Figure 29a


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Water Closets Section 11-4.16

  • Height of accessible water closets shall be 17 inches to 19 inches measured to the top of the toilet seat.

Figure 29b



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Urinal

Floor to rim 17 inches or less


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Space Allowance and Reach RangesSection 11-4.2

  • Minimum clear width for wheelchair passage (32/36 inches)

  • Forward reach maximums (48 inches high, 15 inches low) – changes when obstacles in way


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Space Allowance and Reach RangesSection 11-4.2

  • Side Reach maximums

Figure 6b


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Space Allowance and Reach RangesSection 11-4.2

Figure 5a


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Handrails, Grab BarsSection 11-4.26

Figure 39a

Figure 39b

Figure 39c


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Lavatories & MirrorsSection 11-4.19

  • Lavatories shall be mounted with the rim or counter surface no higher than 34 inches above the finished floor Provide a clearance of at least 29 inches above the finished floor to the bottom of the apron. Figure 31)

  • Clear floor space 30 inches by 48 inches shall be provided in front of lavatory


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Lavatories & MirrorsSection 11-4.19


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Lavatories & MirrorsSection 11-4.19

  • Hot water and drain pipes under lavatories shall be insulated or otherwise configured to protect against contact


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Lavatories, Mirrors & ControlsSection 11-4.19, Section 11-4.27

  • Mirrors – bottom edge of reflective surface no higher than 40 inches

  • Faucets shall comply with the Code and shall require no more than 5 lbf. to operate


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Sink Pipes Wrapped/Insulated

Section 11-4.24 Sinks