Please join us for our February DC CSI meeting sponsored by Elemex!
This month, we’re welcoming member Mike Clancy, CSI, CDT of Architectural Resources for “A Planning Guide for Accessible Restrooms” sponsored by Bobrick.
Social hour at 5:30 PM – Please join our tabletop sponsor Dean White of Elemex to learn more about sintered ceramic rainscreens and facade products
Dinner and Presentation at 6:30 PM
Tickets – Free, Chapter Members / $20 Non-Members
Tickets include dinner and one drink ticket
Crystal City Sports Pub, 529 23rd Street South, 2nd Floor, Arlington, VA 22202
The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) set the minimum requirements for newly designed and constructed or altered state and local government facilities, public accommodations, and commercial facilities to be readily accessible to and usable by individuals with disabilities. When designing restrooms, some of each type of accessible fixture or feature and their installation location must meet accessibility requirements contained in the 2010 ADA Standards for Accessible Design. In addition, many projects must also follow the provisions of the 2009 revision of ANSI Standard ICC A117.1, Accessible and Usable Buildings and Facilities. This course will identify the benefits of accessibility standards and the prescriptive requirements for accessible restrooms set by the ADA. We will review requirements for lavatories, accessories, toilet compartments and bathing facilities and how these can be applied to various types of restrooms.
- Identify how accessibility standards accommodate a diverse set of users and the general prescriptive requirements for accessible restroom design mandated by ADA.
- Describe requirements for accessible lavatories and restroom accessories.
- Describe requirements for toilet compartments of varying sizes and the accessories needed to complete their specification.
- Discuss requirements for accessible bathing facilities, whether individual shower compartments or combination tub/shower units.
Credit Information: AIA Provider Number: J837
AIA Course Number: BOB1301
AIA Credit: 1.0 Learning Units/ 1.0 HSW
About Mike Clancy
Mike has been an independent manufacturer’s architectural representative for 37 years, specializing in products in Division 8 and Division 10. He lives in Olney, MD and concentrates his efforts in the Washington, DC and Baltimore, MD metro areas. Mike has presented hundreds of “lunch and learns” to architectural firms during his career and is an active member of three Construction Specification Institute chapters, Washington, DC, Baltimore and Northern Virginia. He is also a member of the Potomac Chapter of the Door & Hardware Institute and the Chesapeake Chapter of IFMA. He also participates in AIA activities with both the Northern VA and Delaware Chapters.