Facility Development

  • An Olympic Cathedral

    Three! Two! One…Go!” As the whistle blows, paddles quickly enter the water. Two canoes suddenly jerk apart from one another, heading in opposite directions. The...

  • Equal Access

    After the Boston Marathon Bombing, a lab on the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s (MIT) campus began to develop prosthesis for several of the survivors. But,...

  • Bonding Through the Elbow Grease

    Nick Froelich, the associate director of facility and operations for campus recreation services at Cleveland State University, calls it a “bonding experience” when student staff...

  • Suitable Software

    Having the right software to help manage your department is critical in today’s campus environments. The right software will simplify and streamline your work, but...

  • The Evolving Rec Center

    Over the past 15 years, the way people exercise has changed tremendously. The recreation center has to adapt if it wants to survive, and so...

  • Locker Room Upgrade

    Lockers are utilized by most patrons of your facility regularly. Upgrading the locker locks in your facility is a simple way to not only increase...

  • Making Fitness a Priority

    Project — Dorothy Towne Field House Renovation Completion Date — January 2015 Architect — Sasaki Associates Mission — “We are really trying to encourage a safe environment for students,...

  • A Bronze in Bikes

    Even in January, Dan McCoy, the assistant director of campus recreation and chair of the bicycle pedestrian safety committee for campus, said you can find...

  • Personal Training Turnaround

    When Alexandria Cosner joined the campus rec team at University of Illinois Springfield (UIS) as the assistant director of fitness and wellness, she realized the...

  • Straight Shooter

    When thinking of your typical sports, shooting and archery might not be the first two that come to mind. However, that does not mean they...