Facilities: Rec Center
Unique Wall Treatments Create Sophisticated Aesthetic
by Andrew Cohen December 2008
Unique, yet economic wall treatments create a sophisticated aesthetic.
Long-Ago Investment Helps City Upgrade Rec Facilities
by Andrew Cohen October 2008
A long-ago investment helps one city's nonprofits upgrade their recreation facilities.
Three Perspectives on Managing a Beverage Bar
by Heather Peavey, Associate Editor October 2008
Three fitness facilities, three beverage bars, three perspectives on the ins and outs of running and managing a beverage bar.
Parks and Rec Directors Play Critical Role In the Success of Referendums
by Nicholas Brown September 2008
Parks and rec professionals play a critical, yet critically nonpartisan, role in the success of referendums.
At Recreaton Complex, Dasher Board Glass Doubles as Lobby Glass
by Andrew Cohen September 2008
At the Aurora (Ont.) Recreation Complex, dasherboard glass doubles as lobby glass.
Few Rec Centers Actually Address the Needs of People with Disabilities
by Corey Fairbanks August 2008
Though most recreation facilities meet the legal requirements associated with accessibility, few address the actual needs of people with disabilities.
Agency Replicates State Park Experience Indoors
by Nicholas Brown August 2008
One department proves that with a little imagination, the state park experience can be replicated inside a rec center.
Cast As Safe Havens, Some Rec Centers Must Deal with Violence
by Nicholas Brown July 2008
Cast as safe havens, some recreation centers are forced to take aim at violent crime.
Stylized Wall Treatment Casts Glow Through Recreation Hall
by Andrew Cohen June 2008
Not overly intense but still electric, this stylized wall treatment casts a glow throughout the lobby of Penn State's Recreation Hall.
Snack Bar, Lounge Space Reflect Trend Blurring Line Between Recreation and Student Union
by Andrew Cohen May 2008
The University of New Haven Recreation Center's creative use of a snack bar and lounge space is part of a trend which blurs the line between rec center and student union.