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1 2012 Texas Accessibility Standards (TAS) Plan Review & Inspection Worksheet Client: Date of Report: Address: Report Type: Project Type: Client Project #: Scope: By: Architectural Barriers Act, Texas Government Code, Chapter APPLICATION COMMENTS SECTION = Acceptable X = Unacceptable *Scope Application Based on Building or Facility Use *Temporary and Permanent Structures EXISTING BUILDINGS AND FACILITIES *General Additions *Alterations Prohibited Reduction in Access Extent of Application *Alterations Affecting Primary Function Areas *Alterations to Qualified Historic Buildings and Facilities GENERAL EXCEPTIONS General Construction Sites Raised Areas Limited Access Spaces Machinery Spaces Single Occupant Structures Detention and Correctional Facilities Residential Facilities *Employee Work Areas Raised Refereeing, Judging, and Scoring Areas Water Slides *Animal Containment Areas Raised Boxing or Wrestling Rings Raised Diving Boards and Diving Platforms PROTRUDING OBJECTS General OPERABLE PARTS *General ACCESSIBLE ROUTES General... Article 9102 Page 1 of 27

2 206.2 Where Required *Site Arrival Points *Within a Site *Multi-Story Buildings and Facilities Stairs and Escalators in Existing Buildings *Spaces and Elements *Restaurants and Cafeterias Performance Areas * Press Boxes *Employee Work Areas Amusement Rides Load and Unload Areas Wheelchair Spaces, Ride Seats Designed for Transfer, and Transfer Devices Recreational Boating Facilities Bowling Lanes Court Sports Exercise Machines and Equipment Fishing Piers and Platform Golf Facilities Miniature Golf Facilities Play Areas Ground Level and Elevated Play Components Soft Contained Play Structures *Location Entrances Public Entrances Parking Structure Entrances Entrances from Tunnels or Elevated Walkways Transportation Facilities Location Direct Connections Key Stations and Intercity Rail Stations Tenant Spaces Residential Dwelling Unit Primary Entrance Restricted Entrances Service Entrances Entrances for Inmates or Detainees Doors, Doorways, and Gates Entrances Rooms and Spaces Transient Lodging Facilities Residential Dwelling Units Elevators Existing Elevators... Article 9102 Page 2 of 27

3 206.7 Platform Lifts Performance Areas and Speakers' Platforms Wheelchair Spaces Incidental Spaces Judicial Spaces *Existing Site Constraints Guest Rooms and Residential Dwelling Units Amusement Rides Play Areas *Team or Player Seating Recreational Boating Facilities and Fishing Piers and Platforms Security Barriers ACCESSIBLE MEANS OF EGRESS General Platform Lifts PARKING SPACES General *Minimum Number *Hospital Outpatient Facilities *Rehabilitation Facilities and Outpatient Physical Therapy Facilities Residential Facilities Parking for Residents Additional Parking Spaces for Residents Parking for Guests, Employees, and Other Non- Residents Van Parking Spaces Location *General *Residential Facilities PASSENGER LOADING ZONES AND BUS STOPS General Type Passenger Loading Zones *Bus Loading Zones On-Street Bus Stops Medical Care and Long-Term Care Facilities Valet Parking Mechanical Access Parking Garages STAIRWAYS *General DRINKING FOUNTAINS General Minimum Number More Than Minimum Number... Article 9102 Page 3 of 27

4 212 KITCHENS, KITCHENETTES, AND SINKS General Kitchens and Kitchenettes Sinks TOILET FACILITIES AND BATHING FACILITIES General *Toilet Rooms and Bathing Rooms Unisex (Single-Use or Family) Toilet and Unisex Bathing Rooms Plumbing Fixtures and Accessories *Toilet Compartments Water Closets Urinals Lavatories Mirrors Bathing Facilities Coat Hooks and Shelves WASHING MACHINES AND CLOTHES DRYERS General Washing Machines Clothes Dryers FIRE ALARM SYSTEMS *General Public and Common Use Areas Employee Work Areas Transient Lodging Residential Facilities SIGNS General *Designations *Directional and Informational Signs Means of Egress *Exit Doors Areas of Refuge Directional Signs Parking *Entrances Elevators Toilet Rooms and Bathing Rooms TTYs Identification Signs Directional Sign Assistive Listening Systems Check-Out Aisles *Amusement Rides... Article 9102 Page 4 of 27

5 217 TELEPHONES *General Wheelchair Accessible Telephones Volume Controls *TTY Bank Requirement Floor Requirement Public Buildings Private Buildings Building Requirement Public Buildings Private Buildings Exterior Site Requirement Rest Stops, Emergency Roadside Stops, and Service Plazas Hospitals Transportation Facilities Detention and Correctional Facilities Shelves for Portable TTYs TRANSPORTATION FACILITIES General New and Altered Fixed Guideway Stations Key Stations and Existing Intercity Rail Stations Bus Shelters Other Transportation Facilities ASSISTIVE LISTENING SYSTEMS General Required Systems Receivers AUTOMATIC TELLER MACHINES AND FARE MACHINES *General ASSEMBLY AREAS General Wheelchair Spaces Number and Location General Seating *Luxury Boxes, Club Boxes, and Suites in Arenas, Stadiums, and Grandstands *Other Boxes Team or Player Seating *Integration *Lines of Sight and Dispersion *Horizontal Dispersion *Vertical Dispersion Companion Seats... Article 9102 Page 5 of 27

6 221.4 *Designated Aisle Seats Lawn Seating DRESSING, FITTING, AND LOCKER ROOMS *General Coat Hooks and Shelves MEDICAL CARE AND LONG-TERM CARE FACILITIES *General *Alterations Hospitals, Rehabilitation Facilities, Psychiatric Facilities and Detoxification Facilities Facilities Not Specializing in Treating Conditions That Affect Mobility *Facilities Specializing in Treating Conditions That Affect Mobility Long-Term Care Facilities 224 TRANSIENT LODGING FACILITIES AND GUEST ROOMS *General *Alterations *Guest Room Doors and Doorways Guest Rooms with Mobility Features Beds Guest Rooms with Communication Features *Dispersion Housing at a Place of Education STORAGE General *Storage *Lockers *Self-Service Shelving *Self-Service Storage Facilities Dispersion DINING SURFACES AND WORK SURFACES *General Dispersion SALES AND SERVICE General Check-Out Aisles Altered Check-Out Aisles *Counters Food Service Lines Queues and Waiting Lines DEPOSITORIES, VENDING MACHINES, CHANGE MACHINES, MAIL BOXES, AND FUEL DISPENSERS *General Mail Boxes WINDOWS Article 9102 Page 6 of 27

7 229.1 General TWO-WAY COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS *General JUDICIAL FACILITIES General Courtrooms Holding Cells Central Holding Cells Court-Floor Holding Cells Visiting Areas Cubicles and Counters Partitions DETENTION FACILITIES AND CORRECTIONAL FACILITIES *General *General Holding Cells and General Housing Cells Cells with Mobility Features Beds Cells with Communication Features Special Holding Cells and Special Housing Cells Medical Care Facilities Visiting Areas Cubicles and Counters Partitions RESIDENTIAL FACILITIES *General *Residential Dwelling Units Provided by Entities Subject to HUD Section 504 Regulations Residential Dwelling Units Provided by Entities Not Subject to HUD Section 504 Regulations Minimum Number: New Construction Residential Dwelling Units with Mobility Features Residential Dwelling Units with Communication Features Residential Dwelling Units for Sale (RESERVED) Additions *Alterations *Alterations to Vacated Buildings *Alterations to Individual Residential Dwelling Units Dispersion AMUSEMENT RIDES *General Load and Unload Areas *Minimum Number *Existing Amusement Rides Load and Unload Areas Minimum Number... Article 9102 Page 7 of 27

8 235 RECREATIONAL BOATING FACILITIES General *Boat Slips *Dispersion Boarding Piers at Boat Launch Ramps EXERCISE MACHINES AND EQUIPMENT *General FISHING PIERS AND PLATFORMS General GOLF FACILITIES General Golf Courses Teeing Grounds Putting Greens Weather Shelters Practice Putting Greens, Practice Teeing Grounds, and Teeing Stations at Driving Ranges MINIATURE GOLF FACILITIES General *Minimum Number *Miniature Golf Course Configuration PLAY AREAS *General *Additions Play Components *Ground Level Play Components Minimum Number and Types *Additional Number and Types *Elevated Play Components SAUNAS AND STEAM ROOMS 241 General SWIMMING POOLS, WADING POOLS, AND SPAS General *Swimming Pools Wading Pools Spas SHOOTING FACILITIES WITH FIRING POSITIONS General... CHAPTER 3: BUILDING BLOCKS 301 GENERAL Scope FLOOR OR GROUND SURFACES 302.1* General * Carpet Openings... Article 9102 Page 8 of 27

9 303 CHANGES IN LEVEL General Vertical * Beveled Ramps TURNING SPACE General * Floor or Ground Surfaces Size Circular Space T-Shaped Space Door Swing CLEAR FLOOR OR GROUND SPACE General Floor or Ground Surfaces Size Knee and Toe Clearance Position Approach Maneuvering Clearance Forward Approach Parallel Approach KNEE AND TOE CLEARANCE 306.1* General Toe Clearance General Maximum Depth Minimum Required Depth Additional Clearance Width Knee Clearance General Maximum Depth Minimum Required Depth Clearance Reduction Width PROTRUDING OBJECTS General * Protrusion Limits Post-Mounted Objects Vertical Clearance Required Clear Width REACH RANGES 308.1* General... Article 9102 Page 9 of 27

10 308.2 Forward Reach Unobstructed Obstructed High Reach Side Reach Unobstructed Obstructed High Reach OPERABLE PARTS General Clear Floor Space Height Operation... CHAPTER 4: ACCESSIBLE ROUTES 401 GENERAL Scope ACCESSIBLE ROUTES General * Components WALKING SURFACES General Floor or Ground Surface Slope Changes in Level Clearances Clear Width Clear Width at Turn Passing Spaces * Handrails DOORS, DOORWAYS, AND GATES 404.1* General Manual Doors, Doorways, and Manual Gates Revolving Doors, Gates, and Turnstiles Double-Leaf Doors and Gates Clear Width Maneuvering Clearances Swinging Doors and Gates Doorways without Doors or Gates, Sliding Doors, and Folding Doors * Recessed Doors and Gates Floor or Ground Surface Thresholds Doors in Series and Gates in Series * Door and Gate Hardware Closing Speed Door Closers and Gate Closers Spring Hinges... Article 9102 Page 10 of 27

11 * Door and Gate Opening Force Door and Gate Surfaces Vision Lights Automatic and Power-Assisted Doors and Gates Clear Width Maneuvering Clearance Thresholds Doors in Series and Gates in Series Controls Break Out Opening Revolving Doors, Revolving Gates, and Turnstiles RAMPS General * Slope * Cross Slope Floor or Ground Surfaces Clear Width Rise * Landings Slope Width Length Change in Direction Doorways Handrails Edge Protection * Extended Floor or Ground Surface Curb or Barrier Wet Conditions CURB RAMPS General Counter Slope Sides of Curb Ramps Landings Location Diagonal Curb Ramps Islands ELEVATORS 407.1* General Elevator Landing Requirements Call Controls Height Size * Clear Floor or Ground Space... Article 9102 Page 11 of 27

12 * Location Signals Keypads Hall Signals Visible and Audible Signals Visible Signals Audible Signals Differentiation Hoistway Signs Floor Designation Car Designations Elevator Door Requirements Type Operation Reopening Device Height Contact Duration Door and Signal Timing Door Delay Width Elevator Car Requirements Car Dimensions Floor Surfaces Platform to Hoistway Clearance Leveling Illumination Elevator Car Controls Location Buttons Size Arrangement Keypads Emergency Controls Height Location Designations and Indicators of Car Controls Buttons Type Location Symbols Visible Indicators Keypads Car Position Indicators... Article 9102 Page 12 of 27

13 Visible Indicators Size Location Floor Arrival Destination Indicator Audible Indicators Signal Type Signal Level Frequency Emergency Communication LIMITED-USE/LIMITED-APPLICATION ELEVATORS General Elevator Landings Call Buttons Hall Signals Hoistway Signs Elevator Doors Sliding Doors Swinging Doors Power Operation Duration Elevator Cars Car Dimensions and Doors Floor Surfaces Platform to Hoistway Clearance Leveling Illumination Car Controls Designations and Indicators of Car Controls Emergency Communications PRIVATE RESIDENCE ELEVATORS General Call Buttons Elevator Doors Power Operation Location Elevator Cars Inside Dimensions of Elevator Cars Floor Surfaces Platform to Hoistway Clearance Leveling Illumination Levels Car Controls Size... Article 9102 Page 13 of 27

14 Location Emergency Communications Type Operable Parts Compartment Cord PLATFORM LIFTS 410.1* General Floor Surfaces Clear Floor Space Platform to Runway Clearance Operable Parts Doors and Gates... CHAPTER 5: GENERAL SITE AND BUILDING ELEMENTS 501 GENERAL Scope PARKING SPACES General Vehicle Spaces * Access Aisle Width Length * Marking * Location * Floor or Ground Surfaces * Vertical Clearance * Identification * Relationship to Accessible Routes PASSENGER LOADING ZONES General Vehicle Pull-Up Space Access Aisle Width Length Marking Floor and Ground Surfaces Vertical Clearance STAIRWAYS General Treads and Risers Open Risers * Tread Surface Nosings Handrails... Article 9102 Page 14 of 27

15 504.7 Wet Conditions HANDRAILS 505.1* General Where Required Continuity * Height Clearance * Gripping Surface Cross Section Circular Cross Section Non-Circular Cross Sections Surfaces Fittings Handrail Extensions Top and Bottom Extension at Ramps Top Extension at Stairs Bottom Extension at Stairs... CHAPTER 6: PLUMBING ELEMENTS AND FACILITIES 601 GENERAL Scope DRINKING FOUNTAINS General Clear Floor Space Operable Parts Spout Height Spout Location * Water Flow Drinking Fountains for Standing Persons TOILET AND BATHING ROOMS General Clearances Turning Space Overlap * Door Swing * Mirrors Coat Hooks and Shelves WATER CLOSETS AND TOILET COMPARTMENTS General Location Clearance Size * Overlap Seats * Grab Bars... Article 9102 Page 15 of 27

16 Side Wall Rear Wall * Flush Controls * Dispensers Toilet Compartments Wheelchair Accessible Compartments * Size Doors Approach Toe Clearance Grab Bars Ambulatory Accessible Compartments Size Doors Grab Bars Coat Hooks and Shelves * Water Closets and Toilet Compartments for Children's Use Location Clearance Height Grab Bars Flush Controls Dispensers Toilet Compartments URINALS 605.1* General Height and Depth Clear Floor Space Flush Controls LAVATORIES AND SINKS 606.1* General Clear Floor Space Height Faucets Exposed Pipes and Surfaces BATHTUBS General Clearance Seat Grab Bars Bathtubs With Permanent Seats Back Wall Control End Wall Bathtubs Without Permanent Seats Back Wall... Article 9102 Page 16 of 27

17 Control End Wall Head End Wall Controls * Shower Spray Unit and Water Bathtub Enclosures SHOWER COMPARTMENTS 608.1* General Size and Clearances for Shower Compartments Transfer Type Shower Compartments Standard Roll-In Type Shower Compartments Clearance Alternate Roll-In Type Shower Compartments Grab Bars Transfer Type Shower Compartments Standard Roll-In Type Shower Compartments Alternate Roll-In Type Shower Compartments Seats Controls Transfer Type Shower Compartments * Standard Roll-In Type Shower Compartments Alternate Roll-In Type Shower Compartments * Shower Spray Unit and Water Thresholds Shower Enclosures GRAB BARS General Cross Section Circular Cross Section Non-Circular Cross Section Spacing Position of Grab Bars Surface Hazards Fittings Installation Structural Strength SEATS General Bathtub Seats Shower Compartment Seats Rectangular Seats L-Shaped Seats Structural Strength WASHING MACHINES AND CLOTHES DRYERS General... Article 9102 Page 17 of 27

18 611.2 Clear Floor Space Operable Parts Height SAUNAS AND STEAM ROOMS General Bench Turning Space... CHAPTER 7: COMMUNICATION ELEMENTS AND FEATURES 701 GENERAL Scope FIRE ALARM SYSTEMS General SIGNS General * Raised Characters Depth Case Style Character Proportions Character Height Stroke Thickness Character Spacing Line Spacing Braille Dimensions and Capitalization Position Installation Height and Location Height Above Finish Floor or Ground Location Visual Characters * Finish and Contrast Case Style Character Proportions Character Height Height From Finish Floor or Ground Stroke Thickness Character Spacing Line Spacing Pictograms Pictogram Field * Finish and Contrast Text Descriptors Symbols of Accessibility... Article 9102 Page 18 of 27

19 * Finish and Contrast Symbols International Symbol of Accessibility International Symbol of TTY Volume Control Telephones Assistive Listening Systems TELEPHONES General Wheelchair Accessible Telephones * Clear Floor or Ground Space Parallel Approach Forward Approach Operable Parts Telephone Directories Cord Length * Volume Control Telephones * TTYs * Height TTY Shelf DETECTABLE WARNINGS General Dome Size Dome Spacing Contrast Platform Edges ASSISTIVE LISTENING SYSTEMS 706.1* General Receiver Jacks * Receiver Hearing-Aid Compatibility Sound Pressure Level Signal-to-Noise Ratio Peak Clipping Level AUTOMATIC TELLER MACHINES AND FARE MACHINES* 707.1* General Clear Floor or Ground Space Operable Parts * Privacy * Speech Output User Control Receipts Input Input Controls * Numeric Keys Function Keys... Article 9102 Page 19 of 27

20 Contrast Tactile Symbols Display Screen Visibility Characters Braille Instructions TWO-WAY COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS 708.1* General * Audible and Visual Indicators Handsets Residential Dwelling Unit Communication Systems Common Use or Public Use System Interface Residential Dwelling Unit Interface... CHAPTER 8: SPECIAL ROOMS, SPACES, AND ELEMENTS 801 GENERAL 801.1* Scope WHEELCHAIR SPACES, COMPANION SEATS, AND DESIGNATED AISLE SEATS Wheelchair Spaces Floor or Ground Surface Width Depth * Approach * Overlap Lines of Sight Lines of Sight Over Seated Spectators Lines of Sight Over Heads Lines of Sight Between Heads Lines of Sight Over Standing Spectators Lines of Sight Over Heads Lines of Sight Between Heads Companion Seats Alignment Type Designated Aisle Seats Armrests * Identification DRESSING, FITTING, AND LOCKER ROOMS 803.1* General Turning Space Door Swing Benches Coat Hooks and Shelves KITCHENS AND KITCHENETTES General... Article 9102 Page 20 of 27

21 804.2* Clearance Pass Through Kitchen U-Shaped Kitchen Work Surface Clear Floor or Ground Space Height Exposed Surfaces Sinks Storage Appliances Clear Floor or Ground Space Operable Parts Dishwasher Range or Cooktop Oven Side-Hinged Door Ovens Bottom-Hinged Door Ovens Controls Refrigerator/Freezer MEDICAL CARE AND LONG-TERM CARE FACILITIES General Turning Space Clear Floor or Ground Space Toilet and Bathing Rooms TRANSIENT LODGING GUEST ROOMS General * Guest Rooms with Mobility Features Living and Dining Areas Exterior Spaces Sleeping Areas Toilet and Bathing Facilities * Vanity Counter Top Space Kitchens and Kitchenettes Turning Space * Guest Rooms with Communication Features Alarms Notification Devices HOLDING CELLS AND HOUSING CELLS General Cells with Mobility Features Turning Space Benches Beds * Toilet and Bathing Facilities... Article 9102 Page 21 of 27

22 807.3 Cells with Communication Features Alarms Telephones COURTROOMS General Turning Space Clear Floor Space Judges' Benches and Courtroom Stations RESIDENTIAL DWELLING UNITS General Accessible Routes Location Turning Space Kitchen Toilet Facilities and Bathing Facilities Residential Dwelling Units with Communication Features Building Fire Alarm System Alarm Appliances Activation Residential Dwelling Unit Smoke Detection System Activation Interconnection Prohibited Use Residential Dwelling Unit Primary Entrance Notification Identification Site, Building, or Floor Entrance TRANSPORTATION FACILITIES General * Bus Boarding and Alighting Areas Surface Dimensions Connection Slope Bus Shelters Bus Signs Rail Platforms Slope Detectable Warnings * Platform and Vehicle Floor Coordination * Rail Station Signs Entrances * Routes and Destinations * Station Names... Article 9102 Page 22 of 27

23 810.7 Public Address Systems Clocks Escalators Track Crossings STORAGE General Clear Floor or Ground Space Height Operable Parts... CHAPTER 9: BUILT-IN ELEMENTS 901 GENERAL Scope DINING SURFACES AND WORK SURFACES 902.1* General Clear Floor or Ground Space Height Dining Surfaces and Work Surfaces for Children s Use Clear Floor or Ground Space Height BENCHES General Clear Floor or Ground Space Size * Back Support Height Structural Strength Wet Locations CHECK-OUT AISLES AND SALES AND SERVICE COUNTERS General * Approach Check-Out Aisles Aisle Counter Check Writing Surfaces Sales and Service Counters Parallel Approach Forward Approach Food Service Lines Self-Service Shelves and Dispensing Devices Tray Slides * Security Glazing... CHAPTER 10: RECREATION FACILITIES 1001 GENERAL * Scope... Article 9102 Page 23 of 27

24 1002 AMUSEMENT RIDES General * Accessible Routes Load and Unload Areas Wheelchair Spaces in Amusement Rides Floor or Ground Surface Slope * Gaps * Clearances Width and Length * Side Entry Permitted Protrusions in Wheelchair Spaces Ride Entry Approach Companion Seats Shoulder-to-Shoulder Seating * Amusement Ride Seats Designed for Transfer Clear Floor or Ground Space Transfer Height Transfer Entry Wheelchair Storage Space * Transfer Devices for Use with Amusement Rides Clear Floor or Ground Space Transfer Height Wheelchair Storage Space RECREATIONAL BOATING FACILITIES General Accessible Routes * Boat Slips Boarding Piers at Boat Launch Ramps * Clearances * Boat Slip Clearance * Boarding Pier Clearances EXERCISE MACHINES AND EQUIPMENT * Clear Floor Space FISHING PIERS AND PLATFORMS Accessible Routes Railings Height * Dispersion * Edge Protection Curb or Barrier Extended Ground or Deck Surface Clear Floor or Ground Space... Article 9102 Page 24 of 27

25 Turning Space GOLF FACILITIES General * Accessible Routes Golf Car Passages Clear Width Barriers Weather Shelters MINIATURE GOLF FACILITIES General Accessible Routes Miniature Golf Holes Start of Play * Golf Club Reach Range Area PLAY AREAS General Accessible Routes Ground Level and Elevated Play Components Soft Contained Play Structures * Water Play Components Clear Width Ground Level Elevated Ramps Ground Level Elevated Handrails Handrail Gripping Surfaces Handrail Height * Ground Surfaces Accessibility Use Zones * Transfer Systems Transfer Platforms Size Height Transfer Space Transfer Supports Transfer Steps Size Height * Transfer Supports Play Components Turning Space... Article 9102 Page 25 of 27

26 * Clear Floor or Ground Space Play Tables Entry Points and Seats Transfer Supports SWIMMING POOLS, WADING POOLS, AND SPAS General * Pool Lifts Pool Lift Location Seat Location Clear Deck Space Seat Height Seat Width Footrests and Armrests * Operation Submerged Depth * Lifting Capacity * Sloped Entries Sloped Entries Submerged Depth Handrails Transfer Walls Clear Deck Space Height Wall Depth and Length Surface Grab Bars Transfer Systems Transfer Platform Transfer Space Height * Transfer Steps Surface Size Grab Bars Pool Stairs Pool Stairs Handrails SHOOTING FACILITIES WITH FIRING POSITION Turning Space... NOTES: Article 9102 Page 26 of 27

27 -End of Report- Article 9102 Page 27 of 27

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