7 in riser, 10 in tread
7 in riser, 11 in tread
8 in riser, 10 in tread
8 in riser, 11 in tread
Hinge side approach, door swings into room
Front approach, door swings into corridor
Latch side approach, door swings into corridor
Front approach, door swings into room
Post consumer material
Pre industrial materials
Tempered or laminated glass
Tempered or wire glass
Heat-strengthened glass or wire glass
Laminated glass or wire glass
Maslow's hierarchy of needs
Steiner tunnel test
Smoke density chamber test
Methenamine pill test
Vertical ignition test
Corridor construction must be fire-rated.
Corridors are part of the exit access.
Corridors must be used exclusively for egress.
Corridors are included in calculating travel distance.
All accessible spaces and parts of a building
Entrances, corridors, toilet rooms, and elevators except those available only for maintenance personnel
The corridors, stairs, elevators, and toilet rooms of a building
Entrances, parking, toilet rooms, corridors, and drinking fountains
Occupant load and occupancy
Exit width factor and occupancy
Travel distance and occupant load
Occupancy and travel distance
Specify a power-assisted door opener that meets accessibility standards, and incorporate this into the design.
Propose to the client that walls be demolished and replanned to provide the necessary clearances.
Apply to the building department for a variance because of the remodeling problem.
Suggest that a unisex toilet be built nearby that complies with all accessibility requirements.
A vaulted ceiling
A sound amplification system
Asking the electrical engineer if the new light reflectance is detrimental
Verifying that the building owner does not care about the change in the building's exterior appearance
Determining if the mechanical engineer objects to the replacement plans
Checking with the architect to see that the new coverings do not adversely affect the heating of the glass
Dimension between the panel top and ceiling
Thickness of the wood cleat
Width of each panel along the wall
Size of the base
Durability, cost, then design
Quality, comfort, then finish
Finish, flammability, then cost
Flammability, design, then comfort
The construction allowance and the detailed explanation of what is included as well as the parameters under which the work is to be performed
The construction and the schedule/time line for when the improvements will be completed
Who will bear the costs of the tenant improvements, and the schedule/time line for when the improvements will be completed
The construction allowance and who will bear the costs of the tenant improvements