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JULY 2014

FROM THE EDITOR'S DESK

Let's All Go Outside!

FEATURES

Moving On Up: Our Seventh Annual Salary Survey

Moving On Up

Our Seventh Annual Salary Survey

How does your career stack up against your peers? In our annual Salary Survey report, we consider the responses of more than 2,200 professionals to answer questions about salaries, career paths and more.

Heads Above Water: How Aquatic Operators Are Staying Financially Afloat

Heads Above Water

How Aquatic Operators Are Staying Financially Afloat

Keeping an aquatic facility up and running is a complex job. Few facilities manage to operate without subsidizing at least some of their costs. But there are ways to get a bigger bang for your aquatic bucks.

Opportunity Knocks: Finding the Right Enclosure Solution to Expand Your Possibilities

Opportunity Knocks

Finding the Right Enclosure Solution to Expand Your Possibilities

When you want to extend the sports, fun and fitness from three seasons to more, there are simple enclosure solutions that can provide a quick and easy solution.

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WEB EXCLUSIVES

Removing Park Barriers

Whether it's a playground suited for all abilities, a trail that provides wheelchair users access to a beautiful view or a picnic area that allows everyone to enjoy their time together, accessibility in our parks is a critical issue. Learn more about how some park sites are removing barriers and improving access.

Shrink the Power Bill

Pacific Park Pool in Glendale, Calif.

One of the most common ways facilities can reduce their operating expenditures is by improving energy efficiency. Smart investments and strategies will help reduce the cost of powering your facility.

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GUEST COLUMNS

Design Corner

Object Lesson
Ensuring Campus Projects Fit Their Context

Designing facilities for college campuses requires careful consideration of the buildings already there. Creating a successful facility means fitting the design to the campus context.

Waterparks

Green Light? Good to Go!
Find Smarter Solutions to Manage Riders

Weight limits for some waterpark rides require smart solutions to ensure staff is able to keep the line moving without creating unnecessary problems.

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FACILITY PROFILES

Sports Facilities

Shooting Touch
Basketball Suite, Dartmouth College in Hanover, N.H.

Adapting an existing space to meet the needs of the basketball program at Dartmouth College creates greater equity among athletes, while requiring clever solutions from the design team.

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DEPARTMENTS

before you go…

Facility Issues Top Club Managers' Concerns

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PRODUCT SHOWCASES

Playground Equipment

Locker Room & Restroom Equipment

Accessibility & Rehabilitation Products

Website Showcase: Information To Get You Connected

Looking for a quick way to find out the most comprehensive information as you make plans for programs and facilities?

The web provides a world of resources—a virtual connection to all kinds of products and services for recreation, sports