Facilities: Stadium & Arena
Outdoor Skating Facility In Indiana Takes Scandinavian Turn
by Nicholas Brown January 2008
A new outdoor ice skating facility in northern Indiana takes a Scandinavian turn.
Today's Entertainment Landscape Pushes In-Game Promotions to New Heights
by Paul Steinbach November 2007
Promotions have always been about attracting fans, but today's cluttered entertainment landscape demands ever-increasing creativity - and a heightened sense of humor.
Repairing Damaged Sports Floors Requires a Delicate, Professional Touch
by Michael Popke October 2007
Repairing damaged sports floors requires a delicate - and professional - touch.
Consultants Weigh In on Ice Complex Building Plan
by Andrew Cohen October 2007
A small-town ice association procures a federal safety net - but is its building plan solid?
Humidity Control Promotes Health of Occupants and the Building Itself
by Paul Steinbach October 2007
Efficient humidity control safeguards not only the comfort and health of an athletic facility's occupants, but the well-being of the building itself.
High-Profile Venues Take Steps to Deal with Rodents
by Paul Steinbach September 2007
Following a media spotlight on vermin violations, some venues take steps to prevent rodent infestation.
Championship-Caliber Seating Configurations for Spectator Facilities
by Don Dethlefs September 2007
With so many variables in play, it's no wonder that coming up with a championship-caliber seating configuration is so difficult.
Disagreement Over Stadium Naming Rights Snares the Orem Owlz
by Paul Steinbach August 2007
An ultimatum to the press backfires on rookie league baseball team Orem Owlz.
Environmental Graphics Helps Unify the Look and Emotional Resonance of Facilities
by Andrew Cohen July 2007
A systematic environmental graphics program can help unify the look - and even the emotional resonance - of sports and recreation facilities.
Persistence Pays When Trying to Rid Ballparks of Birds
by Nicholas Brown July 2007
Persistence pays when trying to rid ballparks of avian invasions.