Facilities: Gym & Fieldhouse
Sky's the Limit
by Joel Loveland & Christopher Meek December 2005
Once conceived as windowless boxes, gymnasiums are introducing daylight as a benefit for health-conscious users.
by Andrew Cohen April 2005
Mega-gym proprietors bet millions on basketball and volleyball
by Paul Steinbach April 2005
Equipment manufacturers continue to make improvements to the basketball stanchion
by Marvin Bynum November 2004
Accurately calculating a sports suface's lifecycle cost depends on a combination of factors, including investments in installation and maintenance
Out of the Box
by Andrew Cohen April 2003
By tweaking the largest building systems or the smallest details, the basic gymnasium blueprint can be transformed into something special
Synthetic Surface Alternatives Find Niche in Multipurpose Gyms
by Paul Steinbach November 2001
Synthetic Surface Alternatives Have Found a Niche in Multipurpose Gyms
New Indoor Facility Hybrids Cater to Needs of Many Activities
by Michael Popke May 2001
New Indoor Facility Hybrids Cater to the Needs of Many Activities
Old Gyms Open to Improvement While Still Respecting History
by Doug Holzrichter January 2001
While respecting the history of old gyms is important, improvements can still be made to enhance the experience of players and spectators.
The Challenge of Repairing, Maintaining Gymnasium Components
by Michael Popke January 2001
Boston-area school fitness centers open doors for both students and local residents.
High School ADs Don't Need to Shoulder Building Burden Alone
by Richard P. Cozzi December 2000
High school athletic directors' job descriptions expand exponentially before and during building projects, but there's no need to shoulder the burden alone.