The Natatorium Puzzle: Five Warning Signs

When designing, improving, or maintaining a natatorium, you should start with the end users in mind, swimmers and other pool users or campus...  More

Indoor Track and Field Enjoys a Moment in Unlikely Space

Last winter, a six-lane, 200-meter indoor banked track found itself at the center of the track and field world during a series of high performance...  More

Protecting and Maintaining Gym Floors

Private university administrators may not realize this, but replacing their gym floor can cost upwards of $100,000. As important as the gymnasium...  More

Bradley University Surrounds Facilities with School Spirit

Many players, coaches and athletic directors can agree that playing on a plain field surrounded by bare fences and exposed bleachers does not...  More

The First Two Questions for Gymnasium Projects

There are so many details that need to be addressed when planning a new gymnasium for your facility that there are a couple of details that are...  More

Green Turns to Gold: Ithaca College’s Athletics & Events Center

A few years ago, Ithaca College opened its newest - and largest - building, the 177,000-square-foot Athletics and Events Center.  More

Creating the “Wow” Factor for Sports Amenities

It should come as no surprise that universities throughout the country are under constant scrutiny to maintain a prestigious image by providing...  More

Major Upgrades to Middlebury College Athletics Complex

Middlebury College has completed a major construction project at the south end of its Vermont campus that integrates its indoor athletic facilities...  More

Natatorium Indoor Air Quality

Most people may not realize the "pool smell, which is commonly mistaken for chlorine, is actually a symptom of a larger air quality issue in...  More

The Palestra: University of Pennsylvania

In summer of 2013, we completed the renovation of the sound system at the University of Pennsylvania's Palestra. One of the most historic college...  More