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1 Did you sign-in? Atelier 2012 TAS the first year Professional Liability Agents Network PLAN is a Registered Provider with The American Institute of Architects Continuing Education Systems (AIA/CES). Credit(s) earned on completion of this program will be reported to AIA/CES for AIA members. Certificates of Completion for both AIA and non-aia members are available on request. This course is registered with the AIA/CES for continuing i professional education. As such, it does not include content that may be deemed or construed to be an approval or endorsement by the AIA of any material of construction or any method or manner of handling, using, distributing, or dealing in any material or product. Questions related to specific materials, methods, and services will be addressed at the conclusion of this presentation. Did you sign-in? To receive credit for this course, you must sign in and attend the entire presentation. Course Description This presentation is protected by US and International Copyright laws. Reproduction, distribution, display and use of the presentation without written permission of the speaker is prohibited Michael Love, Atelier A year later after implementation of the 2012 TAS, we ll look at the developments and clarifications to better understand how to use the new standards. Discussion will include Safe Harbor concerns for your client, recent Technical Memos, and understanding your submittal obligations under the new rules. We will also update the attendees on the certification process of the new Standards by the DOJ and recent announcements by TDLR. Learning Objectives Latest news from TDLR Use of definitions How to apply the 2013 Technical Memos How Safe Harbor requirements differ for the owner & tenant The submittal rules for funding, design professionals & owners Latest with TDLR Status of Certification with DOJ Inspections by TDLR Reminder to submit your plans for review 1

2 Key Differences from prior Standard Toilets have 60 clear rear wall width Sinks & Lavatories are allowed 27 h knee space Reach range is AFF Limited it detectable t warnings on curb ramps One in six accessible parking to be van accessible New elements: Playgrounds, fishing piers, golf courses Defined terms Alteration Assembly area Disproportionality Employee work area Path of travel Primary function Qualified historic Safe Harbor Alteration Alterations include, but are not limited to, remodeling, renovation, rehabilitation, reconstruction, historic restoration, resurfacing of circulation paths or vehicular ways, changes or rearrangement of the structural parts or elements, and changes or rearrangement in the plan configuration of walls and full-height partitions Alteration Normal maintenance, reroofing, painting or wallpapering, or changes to mechanical and electrical systems are not alterations unless they affect the usability of the building or facility Assembly area A building or facility, or portion thereof, used for the purpose of entertainment, educational or civic gatherings, or similar purposes. For the purposes of these requirements, assembly areas include, but are not limited it to, classrooms, lecture halls, courtrooms, public meeting rooms, public hearing rooms, legislative chambers, motion picture houses, auditoria, theaters, playhouses, dinner theaters, concert halls, centers for the performing arts, amphitheaters, arenas, stadiums, grandstands, or convention centers Employee work area All or any portion of a space used only by employees and used only for work. Corridors, toilet rooms, kitchenettes and break rooms are not employee work areas. 2

3 Disproportionality Alterations will be deemed disproportionate to the overall alteration when the cost exceeds 20% of the cost of the alteration to the primary function area. Costs may include: widening doorways or installing ramps; installing grab bars, enlarging toilet stalls, insulating pipes, or installing accessible faucet controls; All determinations of disproportionality are made by the Department in accordance with the variance procedures Path of travel The obligation to provide an accessible path of travel may not be evaded by performing a series of small alterations... If an area containing a primary function has been altered... the total t cost of alterations ti to the primary function areas during the preceding three year period shall be considered Path of travel way of pedestrian passage by means of which the altered area may be approached, entered, and exited, and which connects the altered area with an exterior approach (including sidewalks, streets, t and parking areas), an entrance to the facility... The term "path of travel" also includes the restrooms, telephones, and drinking fountains serving the altered area Primary function A major activity for which the facility is intended. Areas that contain a primary function include, but are not limited to, the customer services lobby of a bank, the dining area of a cafeteria, the meeting rooms in a conference center, as well as offices and other work areas in which the activities of the public accommodation or other private entity using the facility are carried out. Mechanical rooms, boiler rooms, supply storage rooms, employee lounges or locker rooms, janitorial closets, entrances, corridors, and restrooms are not areas containing a primary function Primary function Alterations that affect the usability of or access to an area containing a primary function include, but are not limited to: (i) Remodeling merchandise display areas or employee work areas in a department store; (ii) Replacing an inaccessible floor surface in the customer service or employee work areas of a bank; (iii) Redesigning the assembly line area of a factory; or (iv) Installing a computer center in an accounting firm Primary function alterations to windows, hardware, controls, electrical outlets, and signage shall not be deemed to be alterations that affect the usability of or access to an area containing a primary function. 3

4 Qualified historic A building or facility that is listed in or eligible for listing in the National Register of Historic Places, or designated as a Recorded Texas Historic Landmark or State Archeological Landmark Safe Harbor Safe Harbor Elements of a path of travel at a subject building or facility that have been previously constructed or altered in accordance with the 1994 TAS are not required to be retrofitted to reflect the incremental changes in the 2012 TAS solely l because of an alteration to a primary function area served by that path of travel. Those elements would be subject to compliance with the 2012 TAS only when the elements of a path of travel are being altered. Safe Harbor May differ from owner to tenant Importance of correct project registration Tenant Funded shall apply to alteration projects for private buildings and facilities which are funded in their entirety by the tenant with private funds and do not have funding or monetary allowances / reimbursements / improvement funds of any kind provided by the landlord The path of travel elements under the landlord s control are not subject to review or inspection. Any Toilets or path of travel elements within the tenant s space or tenant s control are subject to comply Safe Harbor Landlord Funded Exception 2 (202.4) shall not apply to alteration projects for public buildings and facilities which are funded with public or private funds provided by the landlord or have monetary allowances / reimbursements / improvement funds of any kind provided by the landlord. Safe Harbor Landlord Funded Any path of travel elements and spaces under the landlord or tenant s authority that are constructed, altered, renovated, or modified within the scope of work shall comply with all applicable provisions of TAS. 4

5 TM Electric Vehicle Charging Stations TM Emergency Response Buildings and Facilities TM Shopping Centers or Shopping Malls TM Multi-Story Buildings and Facilities TM Safe Harbor TM Wading Pools TM Press Boxes TM Private Clubs TM Employee Break Rooms TM Electric Vehicle Charging Stations 20% in each cluster 96 wide vehicle space 3 aisle each side Directional & Info signs required TM Emergency Response Buildings and Facilities Crew Quarters shall comply with 809 Dwelling Units All other common use spaces to comply py with 2012 TAS Accessible route required upstairs unless 5 or less occupant load Truck bays, work shops shall be considered work areas TM Shopping Centers or Shopping Malls Route required to all stories & mezzanines Route required regardless of whether or not there is at least one sales or service establishment on the mezzanine level Exception for route to mezzanine in one story bldg. TM Multi-Story Buildings and Facilities 3000 Gross sq. ft. per floor Stories includes mezzanines and first floor TM Safe Harbor Variances to prior Standards not applicable If an element or space is not in full compliance with prior Standard, Safe Harbor does not apply. 5

6 TM Wading Pools 2 ft. maximum depth TM Press Boxes Accessible route exception, 500 sq. ft. Aggregate gross sq. ft. Filming gplatforms included when accessed by stairs instead of ladders TM Private Clubs No exceptions for them, therefore must comply TM Employee Break Rooms RAS Bulletin expired TM Employee Break Rooms 1. Cabinets 50% of storage in reach Cabinet hardware 2. Sink Parallel approach allowed with no cook top or conventional range 34 Max AFF; faucet 3. Counter No requirement except for sink height 4. Appliances Within reach Freezer 50% at 54 Max AFF Refg/Freezer 24 clear beyond center TM Employee Break Rooms 1. Cabinets One of each type accessible hardware Watch for reach to outlets 2. Sink Forward Approach (no built-in cooking, Exception 1 does not apply) 34 max AFF 30 wide knee space if 24 max depth. 36 wide knee space if >24 depth. Faucets 3. Counter No requirement except for sink height 4. Appliances N/A 6

7 Reach to Outlets Forward Reach over counter Reach to Outlets Side reach over counter Course Evaluation Your feedback on this course will help maintain high quality learning experiences for future attendees. An evaluation form will be sent to you shortly. Kindly take the time to fill it out. In addition, AIA members are encouraged to use the AIA/CES Discovery online evaluation. Questions? This concludes the PLAN and American Institute of Architects Continuing Education Systems Program 2012 TAS The First Year Michael Love APA ICC IIDA (817)

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