• Soccer Players and Fans Benefit from a North American Building Boom

    by Andrew Cohen March 2007

    Soccer players, and fans of the world's most popular sport, are benefiting from an unprecedented North American building Boom.

  • Rafter Thought

    by Andrew Cohen December 2006

    A second worker, 51-year-old Wade Dowling, sat on the metal decking and tried to kick the loose angle free, whereupon he lost his balance and fell 25 feet onto a concrete floor.

  • Facilities Rebound One Year After Hurricane Katrina

    by Michael Popke August 2006

    Fitness, recreation and athletic facilities rebound one year after Hurricane Katrina's wrath.

  • Scoring Opportunities

    by Michael Popke May 2006

    Scoreboards and signage, among a small facility's biggest upgrades, require financial and aesthetic creativity.

  • Sideline Supplies

    by Paul Steinbach January 2006

    "Options for equipping the areas immediately outside playing fields and courts are seemingly boundless."

  • Last Call?

    by Paul Steinbach January 2006

    Administrators continue to struggle with decisions regarding the sale of alcohol at sporting events.

  • High Fiber Diet

    by Paul Steinbach November 2005

    Keeping infill synthetic-turf fields at their peak appearance and performance requires at least some periodic attention.

  • Faster Food

    by Andrew Cohen September 2005

    New gadgets in the kitchen and at the checkout counter may yet hold the promise of keeping lines, and sales, moving briskly.

  • Honeymoon Suites

    by Paul Steinbach September 2005

    As more Division I-A football programs embrace premium seating, entire stadiums stand to benefit -- but is this love everlasting?

  • Venue Visuals

    by Paul Steinbach August 2005

    Facilities new and old can gain a cutting-edge look through the creative use of court graphics, wall murals and ceiling-suspended banners.