Facilities: Stadium & Arena
by Paul Steinbach July 2002
From synthetic turf to hardwood floors, the surfaces underfoot in athletic facilities have advanced by leaps and bounds over the past 25 years
A Sound Arena
by Gary F. Thompson April 2002
A New Arena Configuration Seeks to Make Facilities More Multidimensional, With Enhanced Acoustics That Offer A Decided Home-Court Advantage
How Ice Arenas Can Weather the Industry's Hot and Cold Streaks
by Jack Vivian October 2001
Despite Troubled Times for Ice Arenas, It's Still Possible to Open a New Facility that Will Weather the Industry's Hot and Cold Spells
Athletic Field Maintenance Isn't Rocket Science
by Paul Steinbach April 2001
Athletic field maintenance isn't rocket science, but properly taking care of sports turf does require the right tools for a variety of jobs.
Exploring Minor-League Baseball Stadiums in Urban Settings
by Paul Steinbach January 2001
Minor-league baseball stadiums in urban settings
Understanding Recreational Ice Refrigeration
by Paul Steinbach November 2000
Before jumping on the rink-building bandwagon, developers must grasp the increasingly sophisticated process of recreational ice refrigeration.
LED Technology Brings Fans Closer Than Ever to the Action
by Sally Dahlgren September 2000
Video displays are getting fans closer to the action than ever before, thanks primarily to advances in LED technology.
NCAA Schools Expand Football Venues
by Paul Steinbach September 2000
A record number of fans are turning out to see NCAA football and Division I school are expanding their home venues to cash in.
Determining the Type of Audio System That Will Score Big With Fans
by Michael Popke August 2000
Determining the type of audio system that will score big with fans is a challenge facing all facility operators.
by Paul Steinbach July 2000
The frantic action confined within gyms and arenas can take its toll on facility components and challenge those responsible for their repair and maintenance.