Facilities: Rec Center
Low Tech Still Rules in Sustainable Rec Center Design
by Andrew Cohen September 2010
Low tech still rules in sustainable rec center design, but the time seems ripe for certain innovations to begin infiltrating the market.
New Projects: Pauley Pavilion; Heritage Field; Grand Canyon University; PPL Park
by Nicholas Brown August 2010
A roundup of groundbreakings, grand openings and building projects in development
No Two Rec Center Designs Are Alike
by Andrew Cohen July 2010
Recreation centers share many components and design priorities, yet no two designs are alike.
Opportunities for Injury Abound in Rec Centers, Health Clubs
by Nicholas Brown July 2010
Facility operators should consider the limitless opportunities for injury in their club or rec center.
New Projects: Coastal Carolina University; Allen (Texas) High School; Target Field
by Nicholas Brown June 2010
A roundup of groundbreakings and grand openings.
How to Create a Welcoming Environment
by Joy Brand May 2010
Make sure patrons are not turned off by your facility before they even enter it.
New Facility Fortifies Sports, Spirituality at Neumann University
by Paul Steinbach May 2010
A new facility fortifies Neumann University's sport and spirituality institute.
Facility Operators Benefit from National Move Toward Uniform Building, Life-Safety Codes
by Andrew Cohen April 2010
Owners of new and renovated facilities are benefitting from a national move toward uniform building and life-safety codes.
Lawsuit Shows Why College Recreation Centers Need Risk Management Plan
by John T. Wolohan April 2010
A fitness center injury lawsuit illustrates the importance of a proper risk management plan.
Hybrid Student Centers House Multiple Campus Functions
by Paul Steinbach March 2010
By combining multiple student life functions under one roof, even small colleges can create campus buzz.