Plumbing Elements and Facilities (Chapter 6) of the 2010 ADA Standards for Accessible Design focuses on ADA requirements for accessible movement within restrooms and changes the design of plumbing fixtures. This course provides criteria for basic elements within the “Plumbing Elements and Facilities” of accessibility as established by the guidelines, including:
602 Drinking Fountains
603 Toilet and Bathing Rooms
604 Water Closets and ToiletCompartments
606 Lavatories and Sinks
608 Shower Compartments
609 Grab Bars
611 Washing Machines and ClothesDryers
612 Saunas and Steam Rooms
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David Chitester is a professional trainer and founder of RedVector.com Inc. and Chitester Management Systems. He has authored numerous online courses and taught live classes on ethics, laws and rules, building codes and the ADA. His courses have been approved by numerous state boards and private organizations including the: AIA, USGBC, FBPE, AICP, FCILB, ECLB, Florida Building Commission and many others.
By Daniel H. (Building Inspector, Home Inspector) on August 12, 2019
Question 4,8,11,12,13,14,15 (fill in the blank in inches)--you might consid…
By Stewart M. (Architect) on December 26, 2018
Question 4,8,11,12,13,14,15 (fill in the blank in inches)--you might consider moving the (millimeter) dimension to the answer portion...otherwise a mm to inches on line converter gives you the answer without refering back to the lesson.
I found the course informative but quite demanding for me at approximately …
By Larry R. (Contractor / Trades) on November 24, 2018
I found the course informative but quite demanding for me at approximately 80 years, I am hoping for a passing grade!
Very informative, I’m a plumbing inspector also , and this was an excellent…
By DONALD B. (Contractor / Trades) on November 24, 2018
Very informative, I’m a plumbing inspector also , and this was an excellent course with much needed information.
By Kenneth M. (Contractor / Trades) on November 17, 2018