Embarrassing, but better to ask: per CBC11b, 1 DA WC per ea total combo of 6 (uri/wc). So if I have a combo of 7 wc /uri, then:

A) The required DA-stall = 3 ? and the required ambu-stall =1 ? and 1 (only) DA uri and 1 DA sink ?

B) The required DA-stall = 4 ? and the required ambu-stall =2 ? and 1 (only) DA uri and 1 DA sink ?

Which one is correct ? Will the ambu WC be substracted from the 50% count for DA WC ? Thanks.

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I rewrite the question:

CBC11b requires 1 ambulatory accessible stall per ea total combination of 6 (urinal and wc). So if I have a large RR combination of 7 wc and urinals, then:

A)   The required ambulatory accessible stall = 2 ?

And the required accessible stall =4 ?

B)   The required ambulatory accessible stall = 1 ?

And the required accessible stall = 3 ?

Which one is correct ?  Thanks

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if i understand you correctly, neither.  only one wheelchair accessible stall is required, one ambulatory accessible stall, one urinal, and one lav.

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Thank you. So for the amount of ambulatory stall, the "1 each combination of 6" is not followed by additional portion thereof ?

And the amount of wheelchair accessible stall is 5% plus additional portion thereof ? So if the RR has 21 wc, 2 must be wheelchair accessible stalls ? I can't find this "5% rule" anywhere, but keep hearing it from the senors, like some kinds of "ADA wisdom".

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HNQ

Please post the code section you are concerned with. If you are dealing with a large restroom, a plan or better description is worthwhile to get a good answer.

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