ADA Compliant Bathroom Design – Woburn, Massachusetts

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150 sq. ft.

Woburn, MA

ADA compliant bathroom design for a group home

ADA compliance and standards for accessibility

The purpose of the project is to redesign the bathroom to make it ADA compliant, including layouts, lighting fixtures and switches, and fixture specifications.

 

  • Measure existing conditions
  • Floor plan and elevations
  • Electrical plan
  • Reflected ceiling plan with lighting, switches, and outlets locations
  • Specifications for tiles, accessories, vanities, faucets, and mirror
  • Commercial interior design to include the selection of floor and wall tiles, accessories, and lighting fixtures
  • Construction administration

Size

150 sq. ft.

Location

Woburn, MA

Market

ADA compliant bathroom design for a group home

Expertise

ADA compliance and standards for accessibility

Project Type

The purpose of the project is to redesign the bathroom to make it ADA compliant, including layouts, lighting fixtures and switches, layouts, and fixture specifications.

Services

  • Measure existing conditions
  • Floor plan and elevations
  • Electrical plan
  • Reflected ceiling plan with lighting, switches, and outlets locations
  • Specifications for tiles, accessories, vanities, faucets, and mirror
  • Commercial Interior Design to include the selection of floor and wall tiles, accessories, and lighting fixtures
  • Construction administration

ADA Bathroom Accessibility Project Description

Circulation is one of the most important aspects of an accessible bathroom design. Users should be able to move around freely and safely. A well-designed ADA compliant bathroom contains a turnaround radius, grab bars, an accessible shower, toilet, and vanity design as well as appropriate mirror heights. It requires careful selection of materials and finishes for safety, maintenance, and durability.

 

ADA Compliant Bathroom Project Highlights

  • Bathroom layout and interior design
  • Specifications

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