1 Architectural Elements Support Facilities A. System Description 1. Architectural support facilities include the lobby, classroom, fitness room, office area, staff toilet/showers, public toilet/lockers, second floor spectator area, second floor toilets, mechanical rooms, chemical rooms and the basement laundry, mechanical and utility halls. 2. The spectator area is carpeted, stepped platform. B. System Conditions/Observations 1. Most of the interior support facilities appear to be in their original condition. Most finishes are from the original construction, though toilet partitions have been replaced. 2. The original large storage room at the southeast was converted into the fitness room, reducing storage area, which is now lacking for the facility. 3. Tile used in the toilets is generally in good shape, though somewhat dated looking. The floor tile is slippery when wet. 4. The wood ceiling is sagging at the second floor foyer. 5. Some of the public lockers need to be repaired or have doors replaced. They are generally in good condition. Some of the bases, above the concrete benches, are corroded. 6. Several floor tiles are broken adjacent to the linear floor drain in the women s locker area. 7. One changing booth partition is missing in the women s locker area. 8. Homemade wooden access panel doors in the wet shower areas need to be replaced. 9. Floor tile in the women s shower has been patched with mis-matched tiles. 10. Sprinkler heads in the locker areas are corroded. 11. Wall tile grout is discolored and missing at some walls in the toilets. 12. One suspended toilet partition in the women s locker appears to be pulling away from its support. 13. The ceiling finish in the women s lockers shows signs of water damage in several locations.
2 14. The urinal in the men s shower is inappropriate and unsanitary. 15. Hinges at the doors to the locker area, from the pool are corroded. The base of the frame has corroded away. 16. At the upstairs men s toilet, water supply valve at the remodeled urinal has been uncapped. 17. The plastic laminate sill below the operable windows at the second floor has been ruined by water infiltration. The transfer grilles at these tops no long fit flush. 18. The wall mounted server unit in the open office area has exposed wires above the unit, up through an unsightly hole in the ceiling. 19. Bases of double service doors, west side of pool room, are highly corroded. 20. The fitness room has no ceiling with exposed ductwork and mechanical equipment, inappropriate for this use. 21. Existing fitness equipment does not fit in the room, much is located on the pool deck. 22. The classroom lacks proper ventilation. 23. The ceiling in the classroom has water-damaged ceiling tiles. Supply grilles are dirty. 24. The classroom lacks flat screen monitor and systems integration. Design is not typical of current NAU classrooms. 25. The vending machines in the lobby are a visual intrusion and block views to the exterior. 26. The masonry feature wall of the lobby presents a cluttered appearance, with surface mounted conduits and wiremold. 27. Part of the masonry at the interior wall of the lobby is stained from water infiltration. 28. Exposed steel in the acid storage areas is highly corroded. The room is oversized for its function, which should be limited to acid storage. 29. The spectator area is finished with lightly padded carpeting, which is in average condition. Carpet replacement or improved seating should be considered. C. Code / Life Safety Issues A review of the 2009 International Building Code reveals: 1. The building is occupancy group A4, assembly use, with group A5 spectator seating on the second floor.
3 2. The construction type is most similar to Type IV-HT, masonry exterior with heavy timber interior roof construction. 3. The building is fully fire sprinklered. Sprinklers appear to be lacking below stairs. 4. The building area is unlimited, so long as a 60 open perimeter yard is maintained. The building has: a. Main floor 34,908 square feet gross b. Second floor 6,749 square feet gross c. Total main and second floor 41,657 square feet gross d. Basement 9,111 square feet gross e. Total all three levels 50,678 square feet gross 5. Occupant load is 987 at the first floor and 292 at the second floor spectator area, total 1279 occupants for the building. 6. Three exits are required at the main floor pool area. Three are provided. 198 of exit width are required, equivalent of six exit doors. Only five are provided to the exterior. Lobby doors need to be modified to exit in direction of exit travel, and then they can be counted. 7. Two exits are required at the second floor spectator area. Two are provided. Exit widths at doors and stairs are adequate. 8. The double doors exiting the spectator area to the main stair have a deadbolt. These doors must have emergency panic devices. 9. Assembly occupancy requires a main exit. This should also be the main entrance. The main entrance/exit must handle 50% of the occupant load served. The main exit from the pool area, into the lobby space should be three doors. Only two are provided. The main exit from the lobby, which also carries the second floor exiting, should total four doors. Only two doors exit this space presently to the exterior. Magnetic locks at lobby prevent exiting. 10. The west exit stair exterior door has a step at the door. Landings must be level with no vertical transitions at the threshold. 11. The west exit stair has 10 ½ treads. 11 minimum is required for safety. Risers are 7, compliant with current codes. 12. The west stair handrails are not at a constant height, all are too low and lack proper extensions. 13. The main stair treads are 11 ½, risers 6 ¾, compliant with current code. 14. The main stair railing is not grippable, portions are mounted too low and lack proper extensions. 15. Minimum plumbing fixtures required for entire building: a. Water closets/urinals, men 9 (13 provided) b. Water closets, women 16 (9 provided) c. Lavatories, men 4 (8 provided) d. Lavatories, women 5 (9 provided)
4 e. Drinking fountains 2 (3 provided) f. 7 additional female water closets are therefore required to meet current code. At least two of these would be required at second floor spectator area. 16. GFI outlets may not be in place at the men s toilet lavatory counters. 17. The upper landing of the west emergency stair has been transformed into a custodial supply area. The lower floor of the same stair is cluttered with stored materials and bicycles. 18. The exit device at the west exit stair, second floor, is corroded. A review of the current American s with Disabilities (ADA) requirements, and applicable accessibility requirements of the IBC reveals: 1. The building entry is generally accessible. 2. The three building exits from the pool area are not accessible; each has a step at the doors. 3. The spectator seating area on the second floor is a primary use and needs to be served by an elevator or ramp. Neither exists. 4. One accessible means of egress is required at the second floor. None is provided. 5. Five accessible wheelchair spaces are required at the spectator seating area. None are provided. They should be spaced to provide multiple viewing opportunities for companion seating. 6. Two accessible entries are required for the pool. One must be a ramp or transfer wall, the second can be a lift. 7. Since 6 or more water closets are required, a family/unisex toilet/bathing room is required. None is provided. 8. Six multi-compartment toilet rooms exist. None have properly accessible toilet stalls. Women s locker room has a stall that nearly complies, though the flipper handle on the flush valve is on the wrong side and grab bars are incorrect. 9. At the larger main floor toilets, one ambulatory stall at male and female facilities is required in addition to the standard accessible stalls. 10. Urinal space is too narrow at accessible units. Rim is also too high. 11. Lavatories are generally at 36 height, 34 is maximum allowed. Waste lines and hot water are not protected below the countertop. 12. Main public showers have one unit that has been modified for accessibility. The hand shower is mounted too high to be useful to someone in a wheelchair. 13. Staff showers are not accessible.
5 14. Second floor toilets are not accessible. Entries lack proper clearance; no accessible plumbing fixtures are installed. Mirrors are too high. 15. Lockers are to have 5% accessible units. Each locker room has 385 lockers. 20 of these should be accessible. None of the existing are noted as accessible. Some of the existing lower tiers units could comply with proper signage. 16. Some interior doors, such as the classroom, lack proper lever handles. D. Maintenance Issues 1. The coiling overhead grille at the women s locker room appears to be non-functional. 2. Return air grilles in both locker areas are clogged. 3. Wires are exposed at the mag door locks in the women s locker room. 4. The ADA hand shower in the women s locker room is broken. 5. The escutcheon trim at the suspended toilet partitions has come loose in several locations. 6. A surface mounted light wrap around lens is cracked in the women s locker room. 7. A section of wall tile is missing at the end of the wall in the men s toilet area. 8. The accessible shower seat is missing in the men s shower. 9. Shower valves in the men s shower cannot be fully closed. 10. The ceiling of the foyer in front of the second floor toilets has been damaged by water infiltration. 11. The ceiling at the west exit stair, second floor, has been destroyed by water infiltration. 12. One globe light is broken at the second floor. 13. A wall stop is broken at the second floor foyer. 14. Water has stained the wall below the sloping kalwall at the second floor lobby. 15. Sealant is loose and dangling at sloped kalwall, second floor. 16. The red laminate accent band is loose at the main stair. 17. Open electrical boxes noted in the staff storage closet. 18. The ceiling of the open office area has repeatedly been stained by water leakage. A supply grille in this area is corroded.
6 19. Laminate skirt is damaged at the women s staff toilet. Backsplash at the same counter is delaminating. 20. One light is not functioning at women s staff toilet. 21. Emergency exit door from first floor mechanical room is difficult to operate. 22. Door operator end panel trim is missing at the front doors. E. Recommendations 1. The lobby area needs to be enlarged, to allow for three exit doors from the pool area and four to the exterior. 2. Exit devices should be installed at east spectator area doors. 3. Stair handrails and guardrails should be replaced to meet code. 4. An elevator should be installed to provide access for all to the second floor. 5. Wheelchair spaces need to be created at the spectator areas. 6. Public toilets at second floor should be enlarged to increase capacity and provided for accessibility. 7. A second floor custodial space should be provided. 8. First floor locker, shower and toilet areas all need to be remodeled for accessibility. Additional female toilets are needed. 9. Non-slip flooring is needed at locker, hall, and toilet areas. 10. One family toilet/shower should be provided. 11. Separate team locker facilities are recommended. 12. Staff locker/shower areas should be remodeled for accessibility. 13. Ceilings damaged by water infiltration should be repaired, at first and second floors. 14. Provide lever style locksets at doors along the accessible path. 15. A larger fitness room should be added and the existing room returned to its originally intended storage use.
7 16. The classroom needs to be remodeled for finishes and technology. 17. General maintenance repairs are needed throughout. 18. The Acid room should be divided, to reduce ventilating requirements and separate hazardous and non-hazardous stored materials.
8 Support Facilities Locker Rooms 1 Fig. 2D.1 Some lockers need to be repaired. Fig. 2D.2 Extractor is non-functional. Fig. 2D.3 Broken floor tile along linear drain. Fig. 2D.4 Lockers are small for day use. Fig. 2D.5 Code issue with magnetic locks. Fig. 2D.6 Partitions have been replaced. Fig. 2D.7 - Changing booth parition is missing. Fig. 2D.8 Coiling grill isn t working.
9 Support Facilities Locker Rooms 2 Fig. 2D.9 Homemade wooden access panel. Fig. 2D.10 Shower doesn t meet ADA code. Fig. 2D.11 Tile grout issues. Fig. 2D.12 Tile is dated, GFI outlets in apron? Fig. 2D.13 Flipper valve on wrong side. Fig. 2D.14 Partitions escutcheon is loose. Fig. 2D.15 Tile grout is missing. FIG. 2D.16 Toilet partition needs to be rehung.
10 Support Facilities Locker Rooms 3 Fig.2D.17 Tiolet accessories too high for ADA. Fig. 2D.18 Lockeroom tile is slippery. Fig. 2D.19 Return air registers are dirty! Fig. 2D.20 Changing partitions are damaged. Fig. 2D.21 Hardware is a code issue. Fig. 2D.22 Lockers are damaged and missing parts. Fig. 2D.23 Lockers are rusted. Fig. 2D.24 ADA access lacking.
11 Support Facilities Locker Rooms 4 Fig. 2D.25 Broken fluorescent light fixture. Fig. 2D.26 Dirty return grilles and rust. Fig. 2D.27 Drywall lid has water damage. Fig. 2D.28 Damaged ceiling around return air. Fig. 2D.29 Damaged and missing ceramic tile. Fig. 2D.30 ADA access at urinals lacking. Fig. 2D.31 Non-compliant ADA toilet stall. Fig. 2D.32 Tile grout is in poor shape.
12 Support Facilities Locker Rooms 5 Fig. 2D.33 Plumbing lines don t meet ADA. Fig. 2D.34 Inappropriate urinal. Fig. 2D.35 ADA seat is missing cushion. Fig. 2D.36 Some shower heads not working. Fig. 2D.37 Sprinkler heads are corroded. Fig. 2D.38 ADA access lacking at lavatory. Fig. 2D.39 Hinges and H.M. doors are rusted. Fig. 2D.40 Hollow metal frame is rusted.
13 Support Facilities Balcony Toilet Fig. 2D.41 Missing & damaged soap dispensers. Fig. 2D.42 Toilet access issues. Fig. 2D.43 Damaged floor tile. Fig. 2D.44 Grout issues at floor drain. Fig. 2D.45 Partition trim missing. Fig. 2D.46 Corroded Sprinkler head. Fig. 2D.47 Water supply missing a cap. Fig. 2D.48 Lack of ADA access.
14 Support Facilities Lobby & Classroom Fig. 2D.49 Water damage, crowded conditions. Fig. 2D.50 Ceiling panel water damage. Fig. 2D.51 Quarry tile base & frame damaged. Fig. 2D.52 Vending machine blocking window. Fig. 2D.53 Door operator missing end closure. Fig. 2D.54 Visual clutter, added conduits at lobby. Fig. 2D.55 H.C. brick. Fig. 2D.56 Lack of ventilation at deck exercise area.
15 Support Facilities Main Stair Fig. 2D.57 Exit lacks panic bar device. Fig. 2D.58 Handrails not ADA compliant. Fig. 2D.59 Non-ADA compliant handrails. Fig. 2D.60 Damaged light fixture lens. Fig. 2D.61 Door stop damaged. Fig. 2D.62 Substrate at wood ceiling water damaged. Fig. 2D.63 Wood Kalwall water damaged. Fig. 2D.64 Kalwall gasketing damaged.
16 Support Facilities Stair Fig. 2D.65 Can t store cleaning supplies in stair. Fig. 2D.66 Emergency egress hardware is corroded. Fig. 2D.67 Water damaged ceiling. Fig. 2D.68 Water damaged stair ceiling. FIG. 2D.69 Kalwall is discolored & leaking. Fig. 2D.70 Kalwall supports are rusted. Fig. 2D.71 Handrails don t meet code. Fig. 2D.72 Stored materials in exit stairwell.
17 Support Facilities Staff Office & Toilet 1 Fig. 2D.73 Water damaged ceiling panels. Fig. 2D.74 Water damaged ceiling panels. Fig. 2D.75 Plastic Laminate counter. Fig. 2D.76 Lack of ADA access. Fig. 2D.77 Damaged tile and missing grout. Fig. 2D.78 Floor tile water stained and damaged. Fig. 2D.79 Water supply not capped. Fig. 2D.80 Lack of ADA access.
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