Facilities: Gym & Fieldhouse
Boys & Girls Club Enjoys Mini Fenway
by Andrew Cohen March 2008
Opening Day is on the way, but kids at the Boys & Girls Club of Worcester, Mass., get to enjoy their own little piece of Fenway Park all year long.
Missouri Administrators Find Trouble After Requesting Names for Gym
by Andrew Cohen January 2008
Hickman High School administrators in Columbia, Mo., inadvertently added to their troubles when they asked for suggestions to name the school gym.
Repairing Damaged Sports Floors Requires a Delicate, Professional Touch
by Michael Popke October 2007
Repairing damaged sports floors requires a delicate - and professional - touch.
Renovation of Historic Structures Requires Integrating Past with Current Needs
by Andrew Cohen October 2007
Administrators embarking on the renovation of a historic structure must decide how best to integrate the past with present-day needs.
Modular Sports Flooring Becomes More Versatile and Portable
by Michael Popke September 2007
Modular sports flooring has come a long way since its introduction in the 1970s, thanks to the tiles' evolving versatility and portability.
Injuries Caused by Broken Metal-Halide Lights Prompt Legislative Initiatives
by Michael Popke May 2007
Incidents of UV damage caused by broken metal-halide lights have sparked legislative initiatives designed to encourage facility operators to change their bulbs.
An Arrested Heckler's Words Are Shielded by the U.S. Constitution
by John T. Wolohan and Marisa Lostumbo May 2007
On appeal, an arrested heckler finds his words shielded by the U.S. Constitution.
Hosting Special Events Inside Sports Venues
by Paul Steinbach April 2007
Hosting special events inside sports venues takes imagination and the proper tools.
Controlling Ceiling-Suspended Gymnasium Equipment
by Paul Steinbach March 2007
Control of equipment suspended from gymnasium ceilings has reached new levels of sophistication.
It Pays to Know How to Maintain the Roof Over Your Head
by Andrew Cohen March 2007
You can choose to leave the details to your architect or contractor, but ultimately it pays to know the composition of - and how to maintain - what's over your head.