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Old 04-02-2013, 06:03 PM   #21
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Speaking of ADA requirements,is anyone familiar with the new 2010 standard? WC distance from wall 16"-18" now?I'm looking through drawings atm,every toilet is 16" off the wall,with the 5' turn circle shoehorned in there...damn architects,trying to squeeze every square inch of floor space they can.Not a 6" wall in the building either...oh yeah those back to back carrier sinks will fit in a 4" studded wall just fine...idiots
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This is Texas accessibility standard 2012 !!!
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Originally Posted by newyorkcity
That protrusions such as radiators have to be accounted for when determining the width of an ADA wc stall. The last bathroom job I did, the architect missed it.
The inspector measured from the radiator to the partition.Even though the ADA bathroom is on the 5th floor of a 5 story walk up school.
Yes I don't get it.

I'm plumbing a Yoga studio now, and we need an ADA bathroom. Huh?!
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