Facilities: Rec Center
New Product Roundup: Ninja Equipment | Indoor Surfaces | Fitness Equipment
by Courtney Cameron May 2018
Check out the newest products as seen in the May 2018 issue.
How the Role of Campus Rec Continues to Expand
by Michael Popke May 2018
In the days after Hurricane Harvey slammed into Texas last August, causing unprecedented flooding and evacuations, the Stephen F. Austin State University campus in Nacogdoches — about two hours north of hard-hit Houston — came alive with efforts to help displaced residents.
New Projects: United Airlines Memorial Coliseum | Mal Moore Athletic Facility | Banc of California Stadium
by Courtney Cameron April 2018
Chlorine Sickens Staff at King’s College
by Andy Berg March 2018
Eight employees from King’s College in Wilkes-Barre, Pa., were taken to a local hospital after falling ill due to exposure to chlorine fumes inside the Scandlon Physical Education Center.
Towson University Opens Rec Center with Unique Feature
by Jason Scott January 2018
Towson University will celebrate the grand opening of the newly expanded Burdick Hall Wednesday afternoon.
Make 2018 the Year You Finally Convert Those Old Racquetball Courts
by Stephen Springs January 2018
The viability of racquetball courts in recreation centers has long been a topic of conversation — and often a bone of contention. Granted, some facilities — such as Prairie Athletic Club in Sun Prairie, Wis., — have managed to make racquetball relevant again by offering popular lessons and leagues and hosting large-scale tournaments.
New Projects: Union Bank & Trust Center | Morsani Football Practice Complex | Key Center
by Courtney Cameron January 2018
New Product Roundup: Core Roller | Aquatic Treadmill | Pool Heater
by AB Staff January 2018
Check out the newest products as seen in the January|February 2018 issue.
UW-Madison Accepts $20M Gift for New Rec Facility
by Andy Berg January 2018
The University of Wisconsin-Madison’s long-time student rec center, the Southeast Recreation Facility (SERF), has been demolished and anticipation for its replacement continues to build.
Important Features to Look for in Campus Rec Software
by Andy Berg January 2018
Southern Oregon University in Ashland is building an impressive rec center for an institution with a modest enrollment of little more than 6,000 students. Scheduled for a March 2018 grand opening, the Lithia Motors Pavilion and Student Recreation Center is comprised of two buildings that total 100,000 square feet, featuring a 1,400-seat competition gym, a two-court recreation gym with a two-lane suspended running track, multiple group exercise rooms, a weight room and a climbing wall.