All posts tagged "facility development"

  • Georgetown University

    Georgetown University Washington, D.C.   MISSION STATEMENT  Georgetown University, as a leading American and Jesuit institution, is committed to the cultivation of the whole person;...

  • Renovation Don’ts

    When considering a renovation, it’s easy to focus on the to-do list rather than the not to-do. Below, three campus rec professionals share the “don’ts”...

  • LEED-ing Green Initiatives

    Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) is one of the most popular green building certification programs used in campus recreation. The program works as...

  • Wake Forest’s Wellbeing Center Celebrates First Anniversary

    The grand opening of the renovated Wake Forest University Wellbeing Center was held March 28, 2018. Now, a year later, the building is thriving and...

  • An Agent of Change

    Budgets and buildings must not be a barrier. The above statement was made by Mila Padgett during a NIRSA 2016 talk show panel. It stemmed...

  • Beneath the Surface

    With 800,000 square feet of space, as well as 72 acres of natural and artificial grass surfaces, there’s definitely a lot to think about when...

  • The Price is Right

    Everyone likes to save money. Countless organizations across the country — including campus rec centers — dedicate meetings every year to determine the best ways...

  • Baylor University

    Baylor University Waco, TX   MISSION STATEMENT Campus Recreation engages students and the Baylor community in experiential learning, recreational, and leisure activities that equip individuals...

  • USU Celebrates One Millionth Visitor to Aggie Rec Center

    Subpar was the word to describe Utah State University’s (USU) recreational facilities in 2009. Newly elected student body president Tyler Tolson and newly appointed vice...

  • Words of Wisdom from Building Blocks Experts

    Reflection is critical to success, and as 2018 ends and 2019 begins, it’s the perfect time to look back. In each print issue’s Building Blocks...