Elevators

Centerline of hall call buttons to be 42” AFF.
CBC 1116B.1.10 ADAAG 4.10.3

Provide visual and audible signal at each hoistway entrance indicating direction of travel.

Visual signal to be 2-1/2” x 2-1/2” & visible from proximity of hall call button.

Audible signal to sound once for “up” and twice for “down” direction.

Centerline of fixture to be 6’-0” AFF.
CBC 1116B.1.13 ADAAG 4.10.4

Passenger elevator  landing jambs on all elevator floors to have the number of the floor designated by raised characters 2” in height with contracted grade 2 Braille located at 60” AFF on both sides of the door so they are visible from within the elevator.  On grade level, provide a raised 5 pointed 2” star to the left of the raised character.
CBC 1116B.1.14

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3 Responses to Elevators

  1. Douglas Cortez says:

    If a City is building a public staircase on City owned property a on 5 ft wide ROW about 200 ft long, must they comply with ADA? Since wheelchairs could not use a staircase on a 30-35 degree slope, must elevators be required?

  2. Francisca Ramos says:

    Do you have such information for wheelchair lifts?

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