In a corner handicap stalls require a minimum of 60” x 60” compartment and is required with a minimum door size of 32” and the maximum size and more common is the 36” door. Ambulatory compartment stalls are 35” – 37” width and have a 32” door which is handicap prepped. These compartments require 60” depth at a minimum.
Furthermore, how big does a handicap bathroom stall have to be?
Space for Wheelchair Access Restrooms, or handicapped toilet stalls, must have a clear floor space measuring at least 30 inches by 48 inches. In addition, restrooms must have enough room to allow a wheelchair to make a 180-degree turn.
One may also ask, what is the minimum size for a disabled toilet? The recommended dimensions of a disabled toilet room are; at least 2200mm deep x 1500 wide. Rooms that are larger than this will provide a larger turning circle for use by wheelchair users, which will provide additional comfort and ease.
Then, what are ADA requirements for bathrooms?
According to the 2010 update to ADAAG, the basic ADA guidelines for a single-user restroom are:
- 30-inch by 48-inch access to the sink (the door can’t swing into this rectangle).
- The center line of the toilet must be between 16 and 18 inches from the side wall.
How many square feet is an ADA bathroom?
Furthermore, the ADA Regulations stipulate you need at least one ADA restroom per gender. Thus both restrooms in a space 2,500 square feet or less would need to be ADA sized, which is about 56 net square feet.