Main entry and foyer:
A gentle gradient slopes towards the entry from the drop off area. The Main
entry is flat with circular (>850mm) automatic doors. The Porters and Reception
desk are visible and close to the main entry.
Signage, Toilets and Telephones:
Exit signage is clear, the main entry floor is carpet and the foyer is well lit.
Telephones and an accessible toilet (door width of 920mm while the corridor is
1m) are located in a corridor past reception. The telephone is coin operated with
key pad 1250mm.
Easily identified near the reception desk. Call button is easily located but is not
braille and there is an audible arrival signal. On exit from the lift you must pass
through a set of glass doors (heavy returns) to access the corridor.
Corridors (>1500) are carpeted and the rooms are located at the far end of the
building, a long way from the lifts.
A Restaurant and small library is located on the same level as reception.
There are two accessible rooms but one is smaller with limited access to the
Room: Door 900mm with lever handles 800mm, magnetic card entry. The door
closer is heavy with limited space on the inside 1200mm to open the door. The
room is large offering a kitchenette (1550mm x 1600mm) with knee space
750mm under the bench depth 660mm, lever tap and electro magnetic cook
top (much safer than a naked flame). A TV stand is centrally located forming a
room divider and limiting space by the foot of the bed. Space either side of the
Queen size bed is tight, 700mm and
820mm. Bed height 570mm with
10cm underneath. Lights, telephone
and TV (remote) can be operated from
the bed. Air conditioning is at
800mm, lever handles 1m.
Wheel in shower, hand held
shower rose, grab rails at
840mm, lever taps 980mm on