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Indoor Track

Keep on Running
Pettit National Ice Center in Milwaukee, Wis.

Facility Profile - March 2015

The right track surface can make a big difference for users. Here, an ice center gets a new track surface for runners and walkers to enjoy while watching skaters take to the ice.

Gymnastics Training

Coordination From Start to Finish
Gymnastics Training Center in Salt Lake City, Utah

Facility Profile - February 2015

Bringing a positive gymnastics experience to members and employees is the mission of this gymnastics center in Salt Lake City. Now they have a brand new facility in which to accomplish that goal.

Ready for Anything

Improving Sports Facility Safety & Security

Feature Article - January 2015

After 9/11 and the Boston Marathon bombing, many high-profile sports facilities and events have stepped up their security, Here, we examine how some of those practices have trickled down to the school district and park district level to provide ideas on how to keep your players and spectators safe.

Building Materials

The Right Materials
Benefits of Solid Phenolic in Lockers, Benches and More

Guest Column - January 2015

If you want your lockers and other amenities within your facility to stand up to use and abuse—and look good while doing it—you may want to consider products manufactured from solid phenolic.

University Rec Center

Inside Out
France A. Córdova Recreational Sports Center
Purdue University West Lafayette, Ind.

Facility Profile - October 2014

How do you transform your 57-year-old recreational sports center? Turn it inside out. That's how the France A. Córdova Recreational Sports Center at Purdue University was transformed in 2013 from a dark box into a bright, modern center.

The Big Bounce

Innovations in Sports Flooring Abound

Supplement Feature - September 2014

For gymnasiums, sports courts, fitness centers and more, a sometimes-overlooked but critical component affecting the safety and performance is the playing surface. Having the right sports flooring improves traction, reduces stress on joints and muscles, and reduces the occurrence of sports-related injuries.

Scoreboard Watching

Trends in Scoreboards & Video Displays

Feature Article - September 2014

LED lights and more cost-effective video displays have transformed run-of-the-mill scoreboards into something patrons will love to watch.

Find the Right Structure to House Your Facility

Problem Solver - August 2014

In many places, sports, recreation, swimming and other activities can only take place when the weather is warm. To extend the season, providing an indoor facility is a necessity. Sometimes, though, the design and construction process can be daunting, costly and time-consuming. Solutions are available that can help you extend the season of your activities without difficulty.

Opportunity Knocks

Finding the Right Enclosure Solution to Expand Your Possibilities

Feature Article - July 2014

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.

Design Corner

Object Lesson
Ensuring Campus Projects Fit Their Context

Guest Column - July 2014

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.