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elevator penthouses: elevators at level floors, between mezzanine floors and above, which are occupied only by service personnel for maintenance, repair or occasional monitoring of equipment shall not be required to comply with these requirements or to be on an accessible route. penthouses are within the scope of this standard unless specific exemptions, provided in this section, are available.
f263.4 elevators. elevator pits, penthouses, and other mezzanine-floor elevators are required to comply with the uniform federal accessibility standards requirements for the accessibility of these spaces. when elevator service personnel are using mezzanine floors, doorways connecting the floor to the shaft, cab, platform and lobby are required to be at least 36 inches wide.
f64203.1 maintenance. the elevator pit, penthouses, and other mezzanine-floor elevators shall be accessible to maintenance personnel only when needed during normal service operation or when there is a hazardous condition on one or more of the floors. accessible routes shall provide maintenance personnel with physical barriers and hearing protection suitable for access during normal service operation and non-service operation when hazardous conditions are present.
the elevator pit, penthouses, and other mezzanine-floor elevators shall be accessible to maintenance personnel only when needed during normal service operation or when there is a hazardous condition on one or more of the floors. accessible routes shall provide maintenance personnel with physical barriers and hearing protection suitable for access during normal service operation and non-service operation when hazardous conditions are present.
j101.3 accessible equipment. each piece of accessible equipment shall be kept free of obstructions. the maximum obstruction width shall be six times the equipment width plus the width of the space occupied by the equipment.
accredited home elevator is the only elevator construction company on the jersey shore who understands ada regulations and can create a plan that makes sure your new elevator will comply with ada regulations and the standards.
elevator installation requires the coordination of a number of people working in a coordinated fashion, each working in a specialized field. the result is that the designing, buying, setting in place, and installing of an elevator can be a complex project.
every aspect of a new elevator project must be planned from the beginning to ensure that the project will be completed on time, and within budget. a major factor is the type of contractor to be used to carry out the project.
we have worked with architects, general contractors, and specialized contractors for many years. we have gained experience and understanding of each part of the process so that we can work seamlessly with each other and the client to create a streamlined process for you that will result in a quality product.
many types of elevator installation projects can have many variables. as you can see in the above list, there are many different components to a new elevator project, so you can be sure that the team working on your project will be prepared to tackle whatever issues may arise along the way. these are just some of the different individuals we work with. by having a complete understanding of the type of project you are working on, we will be able to prepare for any and all situations.