Facilities: Rec Center
A Rival Health Club Is Helping a Local Y Meet Its Goals
by Andrew Cohen August 2006
Club owners who beat their local Y have devised something to help the Y meet its stated goals.
Facility Maintenance and OSHA Compliance
by Kurt Broadhag December 2005
Create a safer work environment for your staff by implementing OSHA guidelines and maintaining a compliant facility.
by Michael Popke September 2005
As indoor climbing continues its ascension, facility operators must make informed decisions regarding size, style and safety.
Free At Last
by Marvin Bynum August 2005
Metal building elements are allowing architects an increasing measure of aesthetic liberty in the design of athletic, fitness and recreation facilities.
The Unreal World
by Paul Steinbach September 2004
The University of Cincinnati gives new meaning to the term "campus recreation center"
by Robert Mcdonald November 2003
Though it does its work behind the scenes, a building's plumbing system takes center stage in the planning of locker and laundry rooms, natatoriums and a host of other ancillary areas
by Marvin Bynum May 2003
Combined high school/community recreation centers can offer their populations distinct benefits, but they must first overcome the inevitable scheduling and programming challenges
Centers of Attention
by Roy V. Viklund & David L. Damon November 2002
Combining collegiate facilities for student life and recreation may be the wave of the future
Proper Risk-Management Plan Makes All the Difference in Climbing Wall Safety
by Elizabeth Huddleston March 2001
The right risk-management plan makes all the difference in climbing wall safety.
The Art of Lining Fields, Rinks, Tracks and Courts Requires Science Know-How
by Paul Steinbach May 2000
The art of lining fields, rinks, tracks and courts requires the proper materials and some knowledge of science.