TOTO is the world’s largest plumbing products manufacturer. We offer a complete line of commercial and decorative plumbing fixtures and fittings, faucets, accessories, shower and flush valves, as well as lavatories, toilets, Air Baths and urinals. More than 1,500 TOTO engineers and their colleagues are committed to achieving the seamless integration of performance, conservation, technology, and innovation. For over 90 years, we have been producing superbly designed, high performance lifestyle enhancing plumbing products for residential bathrooms and commercial restrooms.
On average, people use the restroom six times per day. Restrooms in a building largely reflect the design decisions you make. The purpose of this course is to make the case that a comprehensive design approach that integrates ADA design requirements, Universal Design strategies, and sustainable initiatives provides an inherently accessible and healthier restroom space for all users. "Total Design" encompasses all design practices that include a wide spectrum of usage for all people. Isolating these design concepts into labels or "specialties", prevent them from being incorporated into good design practices.
Identify how restrooms in your buildings really impact occupants and your legacy as a designer
Review 2010 ADA Standards for Accessible Design for restrooms and their implementation
Distinguish between minimal accessible design and universal design
Define the characteristics of Total Design as they apply to the restroom setting
Discuss the WELL certification program and how to meet criteria for WELL credits for healthier restrooms
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10 Multiple Choice and True/False Questions
A score of 80% or higher is required to receive a certificate of completion