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Georgia Accessibility Code
Georgia Accessibility Code Comparison
Side-by-side comparison of the 2010 Department of Justice ADA Standards for Accessible Design, the 1994 Department of Justice ADA Standards for Accessible Design and the 1997 Georgia Accessibility Code.
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The following Technical Bulletins were produced in coordination with the State Fire Marshal's Office and are designed to answer questions and clarify sections of the Georgia Accessibility Code. However, these technical bulletins have not been updated to reflect the incremental changes in the new Georgia Accessibillity Code, effective March 15, 2012; the 2010 ADA Standards for Accessible Design.
- General - Georgia Accessibility Code (120-3-20 (.01-.08)) Q & A
- 104.1.1 Construction and Manufacturing Tolerances
- 202 Existing Buildings and Facilities - Change in Occupancy
- 202.4 Alterations Affecting Primary Function Areas
- 203.9 Employee Work Areas
- 206 Accessible Routes - 206.2.3 Multi-Story Buildings
- 207 Means of Egress
- 208 and 209 Parking and Passenger Loading Zones for scoping requirements
- 213 Restrooms and Bathing Facilities - Toilet Compartments (604.8)
- 213 Toilet Facilities and Bathing Facilities - 606 Lavatories and Sinks
- 213 Toilet Facilities and Bathing Facilities - Clear floor space requirements
- 215 Fire Alarm Systems - 702 Visual Alarms
- 705 Detectable Warnings (Section 218, 810 Transportation Facilities)
- Places of Worship (120-3-20-.03 (3)/2010 ADA Standards for Accessible Design)
Access To and Use of Public Facilities by Handicapped Persons 120-3-20 (.01-.08)
Effective March 15, 2012 | PDF
Accessibility Code for Buildings and Facilities (related to construction commenced prior to March 15, 2012), please see 120-3-(.01-.54): HTML|