Facilities: Rec Center
Sustainability Moves into the Mainstream of Recreation Facility Design
by Marvin Bynum August 2007
Designers are taking sustainable design from the fringes to the mainstream of recreation facility architecture.
Louisville's MVP Zone Excites Individuals with Disabilities
by Marvin Bynum July 2007
The individuals with disabilities who will call it home are not the only people excited about Louisville's new MVP Zone.
Escalating Costs Don't Deter Colleges from Pursuing Campus Recreation Projects
by Paul Steinbach June 2007
Amid escalating construction costs and rising tuition rates, colleges and universities still see strategic advantages in pursuing campus recreation projects.
Creative Planning Keeps College Recreation Facilities Operating During Renovations
by Michael Popke March 2007
Creative planning, combined with plenty of patience and sacrifice, helps keep college recreation facilities operating in the midst of a renovation.
Advances in Glass Are Bringing More Light into Sports and Recreation Buildings
by Andrew Cohen March 2007
A host of advances in the production of glass is bringing more light more safely into sports and recreation buildings.
Managing the Construction Process from Excavation to Ribbon-Cutting
by Erik Kocher March 2007
Managing the construction process requires that clients be fully engaged and informed from the initial site excavation to the ribbon-cutting ceremony.
Technical and Aesthetic Innovations in Free-Weight Areas
by Paul Steinbach March 2007
Technical and aesthetic innovations have lifted the free-weight area to new levels of user-friendliness and operational efficiency.
Keeping a Campus Rec Center's Construction Budget Under Control
by Wayne L. Hughes March 2007
Balancing macro- and microeconomic factors is vital to keeping a campus rec center project's budget under control.
Recreation Facilities Join the Wi-Fi Revolution
by Anita Picozzi Moran & Cynthia Brown October 2006
Operational flexibility is just one reason recreation facilities are joining the Wi-Fi revolution.
Relying on Waivers Exclusively Is Short-Sighted and Potentially Costly
by John T. Wolohan September 2006
"Facility owners can fall hard by relying exclusively on waivers to ward off negligence claims."