Find the Code Violation in the photo below, then click on the photo to see the answer.
It seems that a LOT of violations are found in public restrooms. In places of public accommodation, business owners are required to remove barriers to accessibility. When violations such as these are discovered, owners are required by the Americans with Disabilities Act (1990) to make the necessary improvements (within reason) to provide accessible facilities.
Updated 8/15/18: Credit to Cari Carothers for finding the flaw in this flaw. The urinal appears to be overlapping the required clear floor area in front of the lavatory. Per Code fixtures cannot overlap the required clear floor area. However, the required clearances in front of fixtures ARE actually allowed to overlap. Why is this a potential problem? It is conceivable in this photo that the lavatory is virtually unusable if the urinal is in use. Overlapping required clear areas is NOT a Code violation, just bad design.