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Reply by AdaBoy

The janitor will for sure. the architect, owner, emergency personnel, etc might. but that is not the point. the doors are not in series...
AdaBoy

Reply by MWA_SLO

Thanks but if they removed the "and" how would that eliminate any projects? Can you give me an example of how removing the "and" would...

Reply by M. Handler,Architect

The intent of the section is to clarify that certain additions and alterations must comply with the applicable mandatory portions of...
M. Handler,Architect

Reply by AdaBoy

Numerous exceptions but not sure if they would apply to the equality of accessing the lav, or just literal standards. 2) Subdivision (a)...
AdaBoy

Reply by SBS_Architect

This is California Assembly Bill 1127. It adds the language to the Government Code as well as the Health and Safety code, relating to...
SBS_Architect

Reply by SharonToji

It is not legal, in my opinion, to remove access from something that is currently accessible. If the lavatory is installed legally, so...
SharonToji

Reply by Jon Rose

A janitors closet is a work space and not the same as a storage closet which is generally 24" deep. The Janitors closet and any...

Reply by MWA_SLO

Actually you are correct but I am not seeing where the Bldg Code points you to ASCE 7-10. It points you to ASTM C635 and ASTM C636 which...

Reply by ADA_guy

RL, to add to this thread: "how far can the back wall of a room be from the exit door if the room is <1,000 sq. Ft. and an "F"...

Reply by SBS_Architect

I suggest you demo part of the existing walk where you are going to tie-in. Create a level landing at the intersection of the two...
SBS_Architect

Reply by RonU

You can warp new const to 2% at join to exist. At the join r/r width of new by width of existing and warp from 2% at join to exist.
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