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HELP WITH ADA COMPLIANCE

Beyond the building codes, facilities must abide by another set of regulations to accommodate those with physical limitations. The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), approved in 1990, mandates the type and placement of accessories, as well as heights for toilet fixtures and partitions, dispensers, grab bars, lavatories ,  mirrors and urinals. Since enactment of the law there have been numerous revisions and amendments that may or may not apply to your particular situation.

At Dubin we can offer assistance in layout and consultation as to the design of your restrooms in order to comply with the current codes. Note all building plans should be confirmed with the local jurisdictions to ensure compliance.

Below are two of the more common layouts of toilet stalls and the general  mounting heights of toilet room accessories. These were taken from  'Barrier-Free Washroom Planning Guide'  published by Bobrick Washroom Equipment. This  guide is available from us free of charge and can be ordered in the contact us section of this site.

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