This checklist details some of the requirements found in the ADA Standards for Accessible. Design (Standards). The ADA Accessibility. Guidelines (ADAAG). The Department of Justice’s revised regulations for Titles II and III of the Americans with Disabilities Act of (ADA) were published in the Federal Register on. Parking and Drop-Off Areas (ADAAG ). Yes No. Are an adequate number of accessible parking spaces available (8 feet wide for car plus 5-foot access aisle )?.
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Some survey forms may refer you to others for detailed provisions. If you are working with a team, checcklist can give team members a complete section covered by a Summary Sheet.
Complete the Building Identification and Data Sheet to document the name and address of the facility, dates of construction and alteration, type of facility or building use, number of stories and addaag of each, name of surveyor and date of survey.
A bakery, grocery store, clothing store, hardware store, shopping center, or other sales or rental establishment.
Be sure to fill in the location of the element and the facility name on each Survey Form. Return to your workplace with the completed Summary Sheets.
Accessible Buildings – Additions and Alterations.
Bathtubs and Showers Survey Form Doors and Gates Survey Form ADAAG applies to new construction and alterations of “places of public accommodation and commercial facilities. The exception for structural impracticability, a very narrow one, is discussed in 28 CFR Make contact with the building management and advise them that you will be surveying the building and that you will be glad to share your information with them. Identify the Type of Facility or Building Use. In alterations one must first attempt to meet the requirements for new construction unless it is technically infeasible or special provisions apply.
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The Minimum Requirements Summary Sheets tell you what to survey, such as an accessible route, an entry, or a bathroom. No special training is needed to use this checklist. If you are unfamiliar with the facility, it is helpful to make an initial tour through the building to orient yourself and to obtain information to help you compile your survey document.
Rooms and Spaces Survey Form Parking and Passenger Loading Zones B: Disproportionality chfcklist defined in 28 CFR Exterior Accessible Routes Survey Form 4: Since the questions in this checklist are fairly brief, it is helpful to have ADAAG with you to gain a thorough understanding of the full requirements of the Guidelines. Cover the entire package with the Building Identification and Data Sheet.
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Mercantile Facilities Survey Form Curb Ramps Survey Form 5: Accessible Buildings — Additions and Alterations J: Special Types of Facilities I: Use the Summary Sheets to identify the specific elements of your facility which must be accessible. Bring a copy of ADAAG, a clipboard, a pencil or a pen, a flexible measuring tape, and a stick of chalk for marking distances on fhecklist.
Stairs Survey Form 9: In some multi-story buildings, you will find that certain adazg required to be accessible are duplicated in the details of installation and you may be able to develop a “shorthand” method of surveying these elements.
Buildings and facilities constructed or altered by, on behalf of, or for the use of State and local governments checmlist by Title II, Subtitle A of the ADA, zdaag than transportation facilities covered by the Department of Transportation’s regulationare allowed by 28 CFR Assembly Areas Survey Form Special Types of Facilities Sheet I: The survey process moves through a parallel structure in three steps using the following sheets and forms:.
Drinking Fountains Form 6: The Summary Sheets define where these accessible routes must be.