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Existing Football field

Discussion in 'Existing Buildings Codes' started by thisonelife, Sep 25, 2017.

  1. steveray

    steveray Sawhorse

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    With field house I agree....Once they add the concessions is where there is a bit of a sticking point with me, now it is food and drink consumption for thousands of people with marginal bathrooms. Again the AHJ is the one that will make that call...
     
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  2. HForester

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    Builder Bob is hitting the nail on the head. Also, I don't like the fact that people have to go across a street....if it is a public way, then there would be great concern about safety, especially at night. No, I don't think the CO can make them build toilet facilities to serve the stands...but yes for serving the occupancy of the new structures. I think that porta potties would still be needed to serve the stands (if the new toilet facilities are not in sufficient quantity)
     
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  3. ADAguy

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    Health, safety and barriers to access, each a separate consideration. ADA has a retroactive requirement to provide RR's but no guidelines as to how many or how far away. Comes down to common sense and best practice. Wait till they get sued by some incontinent elder who soils themselves.
     
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