Multiple Toilet Stall Layouts 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.
How to Measure an Accessible Stall Door and Elements for ADAAG Compliance.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the minimum size for ADA-compliant bathroom?
In general, minimum accessible bathroom size is 60 inches wide by 56 inches deep plus clearance space for fixtures. Adding more fixtures or door swings will demand more space and a larger bathroom. ADA standards do not specify an exact room size.
What size are bathroom stalls?
A standard toilet stall will be 36” wide by 60” deep with a 24” wide door. In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), bathrooms usually require one larger stall designed to accommodate wheelchairs. These ADA stalls are 60” wide by 60” deep with a 36” wide door and found at the end of the row.
How narrow can a bathroom stall be?
Minimum bathroom stall dimensions include a depth of 48 inches, but the depth can be as much as 78 inches, if necessary. ... In addition, ADA-compliant toilet compartments must be at least 60 inches wide and 59 inches deep on the inside.
How tall should the grab bars be in a toilet stall?
In both alternate stalls, the grab bars along the sides of the water closets shall extend at least 54 inches (1370 mm) from the back wall and shall have one end no farther than 12 inches (305 mm) from the back wall. Figure 30(c) Rear Wall of Standard Stall.