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Codes Review. ID 440: Project 1: Hospitality Design. Can you answer these questions?.

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Codes Review

ID 440: Project 1: Hospitality Design


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Can you answer these questions?

  • The following review includes common codes that you should memorize. See how many you know. If you can’t answer these, you need to study your Codes Guidebook and assignments from last semester before beginning this project.


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Occupancy Classifications

  • The sleeping areas of a hotel are classified as a ________________ occupancy?

  • Restaurants, nightclubs, and bars are classified as ________________ occupancy?

  • Retail stores are classified as _________________ occupancy


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Egress

  • What is the maximum amount that doors can protrude into exit corridors?

    • 7”

  • What is the minimum door height?

    • 6’-8”

  • What is the maximum force for pushing or pulling interior doors?

    • 5 pounds

  • If you have two hinged doors in a series, what is the minimum space required between the doors?

    • 48” plus the width of the door


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Egress

  • What is the direction that exit doors must pivot?

    Direction of Travel

  • What rooms are not allowed by code to travel through to get to an exit?

    Kitchens, closets, storerooms and restrooms

    • What is the minimum number of exits required for an occupant load of 1 – 500?

      2 exits


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Egress

  • What is the maximum allowable sill height for windows in sleeping rooms?

    • 36”

  • What does the half-diagonal rule stipulate?

    • That the distance between exits must be at least half the diagonal distance within the building

  • What is the minimum distance required for two exits to make sure they are not too close together?

    • 30’

  • What is the clear unobstructed width for corridors on the guest floors of a residential (R-1) occupancy?

    • 44”


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Egress

  • What is the maximum travel distance to an exit allowed in a sprinkled R1 occupancy?

    • 250’

  • What is the maximum dead-end allowed in a sprinkled R1 occupancy?

    • 50’


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Finishes Classification

  • What is the allowed finish classification for existing guest rooms finishes?

    • A, B or C

  • What is the allowed finish classification for exit access corridors?

    • A or B, I or II

  • What is the allowed finish classification for existing Mercantile spaces?

    • Ceilings: Class A or B, walls: A, B, or C

  • What is the allowed finish classification for Assembly spaces under 300 o.l.?

    • A or B


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Finish Standards and Testing

  • Fabric used for window coverings should pass which common flame test?

    • NFPA 701 – Vertical Flame Test

  • Name three upholstery standards that are commonly required in an R1 occupancy?

    • CAL 116, CAL 117 and CAL 133


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ADA Clearances

  • What is the required clearance on the push side of the door?

    • 12”

  • What is the required clearance on the pull side of a door?

    • 18”

  • What is the minimum clearance for door openings for wheelchair accessibility?

    • 32”

  • What is the standard width for accessible toilet stalls?

    • 60”


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ADA Clearances

  • What is the mounting height for grab bars in a toilet location?

    • 33-36”

  • What is the maximum allowed projection for wall mounted items to be considered ADA accessible?

    • 4”

  • What is the minimum vertical clearance of an object protruding into an accessible route?

    • 80”

  • What is the maximum pile height for carpet to be considered an accessible floorcovering?

    • ½”

  • What is the maximum threshold height?

    • ½”


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ADA

  • What is the clear turning space for a wheelchair?

    • 5’ diameter

  • What is the clear floor space required for a wheelchair?

    • 30 x 48

  • What is the minimum width of an accessible service counter?

    • 36”

  • What is the maximum height of an accessible service counter?

    • 36”


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Plumbing

  • How many water closets, lavatories, and drinking fountains are required in Mercantile classifications?

    • 1 per 500, 1 per 750, 1 per 1,000 and 1 service sink

  • How many water closets, lavatories, and drinking fountains are required in Assembly (A-2) spaces?

    • 1 per 40 Male, 1 per 40 female, 1 per 75 and 1 per 500, 1 service sink

  • How many water closets, lavatories, and drinking fountains are required in Business classifications?

    • 1 per 25 for the 1st 50 and 1 per 50 for the remainder exceeding 50; 1 per 40 for the first 80 and 1 per 80 for the remainder exceeding 80; 1 per 100 and 1 service sink.


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