ADA Guidelines For Bathroom Partitions
Standard Compartment (Wheelchair Accessible)
Required for all new construction and alterations with an outswinging door no more that 4″ from the corner diagonally from the toilet. The toilet must be offset on the back wall with its center-line 18″ from the nearest side wall or partition.
Stall Width: 60″ minimum (inside clear)
Stall Depth: 56″ minimum (inside clear) for wall-mounted toilets | 59″ minimum (inside clear) for floor-mounted toilets.
Standard Walk-In (36″ Wide) Compartment
Ambulatory-accessible (Ambulatory=Walk-in) compartment with an outswinging door for washrooms with six or more toilets. The toilet must be centered on the back wall. Horizontal grab bars must be mounted on each side wall or partition. (Note: Has unspecified clear opening for door size)
Stall Width: 36″ Minimum & Maximum (inside clear)
Stall Depth: Unspecified, can be same depth as adjoining stalls. 60″ minimum (inside clear) required by CABO/ANSI 92.
Information and images used from Bradley Corp. Toilet Partitions Computation Guide.
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