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Re: Women's only multi-accommodation restrooms on upper level

Jim Fruit ·
The only available guidance is in section 213. It would appear that the men's room one floor removed is ok.
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Re: Women's only multi-accommodation restrooms on upper level

M. Handler,Architect ·
Yes it is Okay as long as the fixture count is met. 422.4.1 Access to Toilet Facilities. In multi-story building accessibility to the required toilet facilities shan not exceed one vertical story . Access to the required toilet facilities for customers shall not pass through areas designated as for employee use only such as kitchens, food preparation areas, storage rooms, closets, or similar spaces. Toilet facilities accessible only to private offices shall not be counted to determine...
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Women's only multi-accommodation restrooms on upper level

Rod Alonzo_modesto ·
I am working on a major remodel of an existing retail facility (single story with mezzanine and elevator)  that is being converted to a fitness facility. As part of the remodel we are keeping some existing accessible multi-accommodation...
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Type A Dwelling Unit in non-elevator bldg

ADA Consultant ·
IBC 1107.6.2.2.1 requires a percentage of Type A dwelling units when more than 20 dwelling units are located on a site, subject to the reductions allowed in 1107.7.1. [This is consistent from 2009-2018 IBC] Sections 1107.7.1 refers to structures without elevator service; 1107.7.1.1 requires at least one accessible level, and 1107.7.1.2 requires additional accessible levels when certain factors are met. In both cases, all required dwelling units on those levels must be Type B units. Am I...
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