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Provide a uniform floor level with the spectator and bowler seating, and with all other
activity areas of the Center.
All activity areas should be visible from this space.
Use high ceilings for spaciousness and dramatic interest.
Consider skylights for ambient light and to reinforce the central organizing character of
this space. Protect bowlers' areas from direct sunlight and distracting glare. Consider
artificially illuminated "skylight" ceilings.
Provide durable, attractive wall finishes, such as brick, wood, or painted or vinyl-
covered high-impact gypsum wall board (not pre-finished wall panels).
Static-control carpeting is the recommended choice for flooring.
Provide indirect fluorescent lighting. Use colored gel sleeves for special effects, and
Include provisions for "glow package" lighting and sound system.
Provide locations for display cases, kiosks, and information boxes.
Vending machines and lockers that occur along the concourse should be in alcoves or
recessed. Do not locate these near the reception counter.
Provide furnishings or built-ins for coat and bag storage.
Provide corner guards at all exposed corners or edges.
See Chapter 6 for other specialized requirements.
4-1.3 Patron Toilets
Provide separate plumbing fixtures for men and women in quantities as required by
the applicable plumbing code, including provisions for persons with disabilities. See
Chapter 5 for requirements and Chapter 6 for referenced standards.
Provide adequate space at entrances and fixtures for maneuvering by persons with
disabilities as established by referenced accessibility standards.
Use ceramic tile for the wall finish from floor to ceiling or up to 7 feet above the
Use non-slip ceramic tile for flooring.
Use wall-washing fluorescent fixtures above the plumbing fixtures. Maintain lighting
levels as established by code.
Provide GFI-equipped electrical outlets.
Sinks should be in a vanity counter with mirrors above the sinks.
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