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1 Proposed San Joaquin Co. Stockton, California REVISIONS No. Description Cover Sheet Data CS

2 No. Description Site Plan A1

3 No. Description Enlarged Existing Lab Area Site / Demolition Plan A2

4 No. Description Proposed Lab Area Site Plan A3

5 No. Description Prototype Lab Floor Plan A4

6 No. Description Prototype Lab Exterior Elevations A5

7 BUILDING SIGNAGE PARKING SIGNAGE BUILDING ACCESS STAIRS AND HANDRAILS 1. The addition of or replacement of signs and/or identification devices shall not trigger any additional path of travel requirements. 2. Identification Signs: Comply with notes A, B, D, E, F 3. Direction and Information Signs: Comply with notes A, B, C 4. Accessibility Signs: Comply with notes A, G INTERNATIONAL SYMBOL OF ACCESSIBILITY A) Finish & Contrast Characters, symbols and their background shall have a nonglare finish. Characters and symbols, shall contrast with their background, either light on a dark background or dark on a light background. B) Proportions Characters on signs shall have a width-to-height ratio of between 3:5 and 1:1, and a stroke width to height ratio of between 1:5 and 1:10. C) Character Height Characters and Numbers on signs shall be sized according to the viewing distance from which they will be read. The minimum height is measured using an uppercase X. Lowercase characters are permitted. For signs suspended or projected above the finish floor shall have a character height of at least 3 inches. 1. Each parking stall shall have a permanent (70 sq. Inch min.) accessibility sign. 2. When in a path of travel, signs shall be posted at a minimum height of 80" from the bottom of the sign to the parking space finished grade. 3. Wall mounted signs may also be located at interior end of a parking space and shall be mounted a minimum of 36" above finish grade. 4. Off-street parking facilities shall have a sign at each street entrance or at each parking stall, not less than 17"x 22" in size, in 1" high letters, that states: "UNAUTHORIZED VEHICLES PARKED IN DESIGNATED ACCESSIBLE SPACES NOT DISPLAYING DISTINGUISHING PLACARDS OR LICENSE PLATES ISSUED FOR PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES WILL BE TOWED AWAY AT OWNER'S EXPENSE. TOWED VEHICLES MAY BE RECLAIMED AT < BUSINESS > OR BY TELEPHONING < PHONE # >. MINIMUM FINE $250." 1. Stair risers shall be solid and vertical or sloped (not more than 30 degrees) and a maximum of 7" high. 2. Stair treads are uniform and 11" deep minimum. 3. All treads shall be slip-resistant with smooth, rounded or beveled exposed edge. 4. Exit stair width shall be 48" clear unless the entire building is sprinklered. Stairs serving an occupant load greater than 50 shall have a minimum width of 44". Stairs serving a load under 50 shall have a minimum width of 36" 5. All handrails shall be 1-1/4" to 1-1/2"Ø, uninterrupted, does not rotate within its fittings, and all ends are returned or terminated safely. 6. All handrails and guardrails shall be constructed and secured so that the requirements of the CBC Table 16-B are satisfied. 7. The radius at the nosing shall be no greater than 1/2". Beveling of nosings shall not exceed 1/2". Nosings shall not project more than 1 1/4" past the face of the riser below. D) Raised Characters and Pictorial Symbol Signs When raised characters are required or when pictorial symbols (pictograms) are used on signs, they shall conform to the following requirements: 1. Characters shall be raised 1 32" minimum and shall be sans serif uppercase characters accompanied by Grade 2 Braille complying with note E. 2. Raised characters shall be sized a minimum of 5 8" and maximum of 2" high. 3. Pictorial symbols signs shall be accompanied by the verbal description placed directly below the pictogram. The outside dimension of the pictogram field shall be a minimum of 6" in height. E) Braille Contracted Grade 2 Braille shall be used wherever Braille is required. Dots shall be 1 10" on centers in each cell with 2 10 " space between cells, measured from the second column of dots in the first cell to the first column of dots in the second cell. Dots shall be raised a minimum of 1 40". Braille dots shall be domed or rounded. F) Mounting Location and Height Signs shall be installed on the wall adjacent to the latch side of the door. Where there is no wall space on the latch side, including at double leaf doors, signs shall be placed on the nearest adjacent wall, preferably on the right side. Mounting location shall be on the approach side of the door as one enters the room or space. Signs that identify exits shall be located on the approach side of the door as one exits the room. Mounting height shall be 60" above the floor to the center of the sign. Mounting location shall be determined so that a person may approach within 3" of signage without encountering protruding objects or standing within the swing of a door. G) Symbols of Accessibility The International Symbol of Accessibility shall be the standard used to identify facilities that are accessible to and usable by physically disabled persons. 1. The symbol shall have a white figure on a blue background. (The blue color shall be equal to color No in Federal Standard 595B.) 2. The symbol shall be used to identify all building entrances that are accessible. Provide additional symbols and directional signage along approaching circulation paths. RAMPS VAN ACCESSIBLE POLE MOUNTED 1. Accessible route of travel shall be considered a ramp if its slope is greater than 1:20 (5%). Maximum allowable slope of an accessible ramp is 1:12 (8.3%). Other ramps shall not exceed 1:8 (12.5%). 2. Landings are required at the top and bottom of every ramp that has a slope steeper than 1:20 (5%). Provide an intermediate landing for every 30" in the ramp's vertical rise. 3. Pedestrian ramps serving primary entrances to buildings with an occupancy load of 300 or more will require a 60" clear width. In an occupancy less than 300, the width shall be 48" minimum. VAN ACCESSIBLE WALL MOUNTED EXAMPLES OF RAMP DIMENSIONS Slope Max. Rise (Inches) 1:12 (8.33%) 30 1:15 (6.67%) 30 1:16 (6.25%) 30 1:20 (5.00%) 30 Max. Horizontal ion (feet) CORRIDOR DOORS DOORS & DOOR HARDWARE 1. Every required exit door shall be 36" wide x 6'-8" high minimum. 2. Exit doors shall be able to open at least 90 degrees and the clear width shall not be less than 32". DOOR OPENING EFFORTS: Exterior Doors: 5 lbf max. Interior Doors: 5 lbf max. Fire Doors: 15 lbf max. 3. Every required exit door shall have a tactile exit sign that complies with CBC 1117B.5.1. See BUILDING SIGNAGE notes on this sheet. THRESHOLDS VESTIBULE DOORS LEVER REVISIONS No. Description PARKING NOTES 4. Ramps surfaces must be slip resistant. 1. Accessible stalls shall be as near as possible to the primary entrance of the building. 2. Free standing signs located at interior end of a parking space shall be mounted a minimum of 80" high if in a path of travel. 3. Bumpers are required when no curb barrier is provided to prevent encroachment of cars over walkways. 4. Wheelchair users must not be forced to go behind parked cars other than their own. 5. Intermediate landings are required to be 60" long in the direction of travel. 6. If a ramp has a rise greater than 6", or a horizontal projection greater than 72", then the ramp shall have handrails on both sides. 7. When a drop-off exceeds 4" in vertical height, the guide curb must be increased to 6" minimum. HANDRAIL TYPES 5. Each parking space is required to be at least 18' long. 6. Surface & cross slopes of parking areas for the disabled should be minimal, but shall not exceed 2% in any direction. 7. Except as provided below, access aisles adjacent to accessible spaces shall be 60" wide minimum. STRAIGHT RUN RAMP COUNTERS & TABLES 8. One in every eight accessible spaces, but not less than one, shall be served by an access aisle 96" wide minimum, and shall be designated "van accessible". 9. The vertical clearance at such spaces shall be a minimum of 8'-2" and may be grouped on one level of a parking structure. 10. Since a person with a disability, using a lift or ramp, must maneuver within in the access aisle, the aisle cannot include a ramp or sloped area. 11. The symbol of International Accessibility shall be (white figure on blue background) surface painted in all accessible parking stalls, shall be 36"x36" and be located so that it is visible to a traffic enforcement officer when a vehicle is properly parked. 12. The words "NO PARKING" shall be painted on the ground within each access aisle so that it is visible to a traffic enforcement officer. The letters shall be white and 12" high min. RAMP WITH TURNING PLATFORM 1. 'X' shall be less than or equal to 25". 'Z' shall be greater than or equal to 'X'. When 'X' is less than 20", then 'Y' shall be a maximum of 48". When 'X' is 20" to 25", then 'Y' shall be a maximum of 44". 'W' shall be 27" minimum when 'X' is less than 20", and when 'X' is greater than 20", 'W' shall be 30" minimum. 2. At least 36" or 5% of any countertop's height must be between 32" and 34" from finish floor. STAIR GUARDS 1. Guards are required at unenclosed floor and roof openings, open sides of stairs, aisles, landings and ramps, and balconies or porches which are more than 30" above grade or floor below. 2. The top of the guard shall be 42" minimum. 3. Open guards shall have rails or an ornamental pattern such that a sphere 4" in diameter cannot pass through, except in commercial and industrial-use areas not accessible to the public where the sphere may be increased to 21" diameter. 4. The triangular opening formed by a riser, tread and bottom edge of a guard at an open stair may be such that a sphere 6" in diameter cannot pass through. RAMP WITH INTERMEDIATE SWITCH-BACK PLATFORM VAN ACCESSIBLE NO PARKING NO PARKING TOTAL PARKING IN LOT 1 to to to to to to to to to to and over REQUIRED MINIMUM NUMBER OF ACCESSIBLE SPACES 1 van accessible space 2 including 1 van accessible 3 including 1 van accessible 4 including 1 van accessible 5 including 1 van accessible 6 including 1 van accessible 7 including 1 van accessible 8 including 1 van accessible 9 including 2 van accessible 2 percent of total including 3 van accessible 20 plus 1 for each 100 over 1000 (1 van accessible per each 8 accessible spaces) RAMP HANDRAILS & GUARDS 1. Handrails are required all ramps [slope greater than 1:20 (5%)] & exceeds a 6" rise or longer than 72". 2. Handrails shall be on both sides of the ramp, continuous for the ramp's full length, 34" to 38" above ramp surface and shall extend 12" minimum beyond top and bottom edge of ramp. 3. Guards shall be located along open-sided ramps and landings that are located more than 30" above the grade below. 4. Top of guards shall be 42" minimum above ramp surface. Open guards shall have intermediate rails or pattern so that a sphere 4" in diameter cannot pass through. 5. All handrails and guards shall be constructed and secured so that the requirements of the CBC Table 16-B are satisfied. GUIDE RAIL CURB GUIDE RAIL Accessibility Standards A6

8 No. Description Lab Foundation Plan S1

9 No. Description Sections & Walk Cover Framing Plan S2

10 No. Description DETAILS S3

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14 No. Description Plumbing Site Plan P1

15 CONCRETE WASHOUT DI PROTECTION-TYPE 2 NO SCALE SE-10 FIBER ROLLS NO SCALE CONCRETE WASHOUT NO SCALE DI PROTECTION-TYPE 3 NO SCALE SE-10 REVISIONS No. Description PLAN VIEW SECTION C-C EROSION CONTROL GENERAL NOTES TEMPORARY GRAVEL BAG FILTER AT DROP INLET EROSION CONTROL LEGEND Grading/Paving & Erosion Control Plan C1

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