How to build RAMPS for home accessibility

how to build wheelchair ramp

Index to All Pages

  • Front Cover
  • inside cover -- Congressional Recognition
  • page i -- Title Page
  • page ii -- Resources
  • page iii(a) -- Making Ramp Accessibility more available
  • page iii -- History of MCIL ramps project
  • page iv -- Recycling Access
  • page 1 -- Acting on Accessibility
  • page 2 -- Community Participation
  • page 3 -- Design Overview
  • page 4 -- Getting a Ramp Built and Points to Consider
  • page 5 -- Good and Bad ramps
  • page 6 -- Slope and Safety
  • page 8 -- Landings
  • page 9 -- Rampway Widths and Running Surface Features
  • page 10 -- Layout Issues
  • page 12 -- Construction Methods
  • page 14 -- Codes and Permits
  • page 16 -- Minnesota Building Codes
  • page 18 -- Ordering Materials
  • page 20 -- Sample Order Sheet
  • page 21 -- Building Process
  • page 22 -- 58"-long by 42"-wide ramping module
  • page 23 -- 116"-long by 42"-wide ramping module
  • page 24 -- Ramp Widths
  • page 25 -- 58"-long x 60"-wide Landing Module
  • page 26 -- 58"-long x 98 1/2"-wide Landing Module
  • page 27 -- Tall Support Structure
  • page 28 -- Shorter Support Structure
  • page 29 -- Onsite construction assembly procedures
  • page 30 -- To Determine the Slope of the Ramp
  • page 31 -- To Hang Modules
  • page 32 -- Completion of Straight Ramp
  • page 33 -- Transition from Ramp to Ground: Option A
  • page 33a -- Transition from Ramp to Ground: Option B
  • page 33b -- Boardwalks
  • page 34 -- Guardrail/Handrail
  • page 34a -- Completed Straight Ramp
  • page 35 -- Ramp with Right Angle Turn
  • page 36 -- Right Angle Turn to Ground
  • page 37

    -- 180 Degree Ramp

  • page 38 -- 180 Degree Ramp continued
  • page 39 -- Useful Tools to have on hand
  • page 40 -- Maintenance Guidelines
  • page 41 -- Rudin Letter on Footing Requirements
  • page 42 -- Rudin General Structure Notes
  • page 43 -- Rudin Drawing: Framing Plan S1A (small scale) (large scale)
  • page 44 -- Rudin Drawing: Ramp Module Framing Plan S2A (small scale) (large scale)
  • page 45 -- Rudin Drawing: Support Elevations S3A and S4A (small scale) (large scale)
  • page 46 -- Rudin Drawing: Framing Plan S1C (small scale) (large scale)
  • page 47 -- Rudin Drawing: Ramp Module Framing Plan S2C (small scale) (large scale)
  • page 48 -- Rudin Drawing: Support Elevations S3C (small scale) (large scale)
  • page 49 -- Rudin Drawing: Framing Plan S1F (small scale) (large scale)
  • page 50 -- Rudin Drawing: Step Module Framing Plan S2F (small scale) (large scale)
  • page 51 -- Rudin Drawing: Step Support Elevations S3F (small scale) (large scale)
  • page 52 -- Rudin Drawing: Step Support S4F Elevation (small scale) (large scale)
  • page 52b -- Rudin Structures General Notes
  • page 53 -- Rudin Drawing: Framing Plan S1G (small scale) (large scale)
  • page 54 -- Rudin Drawing: Step Module Framing Plan S2G (small scale) (large scale)
  • page 55 -- Rudin Drawing: Step Support Elevations S3G (small scale) (large scale)

  • page 56 -- Long-Tread Low-Riser Steps
  • page 57 -- Planning Low-Riser Steps
  • page 58 -- Standard Stair Module
  • page 59 -- Taller Stair Support Structure
  • page 60 -- Shorter Stair Support Structure
  • page 61 -- Long-Tread Stair Construction Procedures
  • page 62 -- Long-Tread Stair Final Notes
  • page 63 -- Minnesota Mirror Story
  • page 64 -- Final Words
  • page 65 -- Reply Cards
  • page 66 -- Back Cover
  • Source: wheelchairramp.org
    Category: How to Build

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