Saline Sanitization: The Safer Alternative to Chlorine

In August of 2016, an unspecified amount of chlorine gas escaped from a railcar at a plant near Proctor, WV, just across the Ohio River...  More

Anderson Athletic and Recreation Complex at University of St. Thomas

The University of St. Thomas' Anderson Athletic and Recreation Complex opened Fall 2010 and is the home of Tommie varsity, intramural and...  More

Benefits of a Recreation Center Mobile App

Millennials expect information that is fast and easy. There are several reasons why having a Recreation Center mobile app can help your...  More

SNHU’s State-of-the-Art Athletic Facility Opens Fall 2017

Southern New Hampshire University broke ground over the summer on a brand new $25-million multi-sport stadium for the Department of...  More

A Tidal Wave of Opportunity: Liberty University Natatorium

The year was 1971. A visionary Pastor named Jerry Falwell stood on snow-covered ground and announced to the world his dream to create a...  More

Considerations When In the Market for Fitness Equipment

With budgets finalized and students back on campus, it's likely your institution is preparing to invest in new fitness equipment. In other...  More

More Than Meets the Eye: Indoor Hardwood Sports Surfaces

People around the world marvel at the beauty of a new hardwood sports floor. However, few realize how much knowledge and engineering are...  More

Multi-Use Sports Facilities: Planning as Key to Success

Planning is a critical step to a successful multisport facility. Built to house multiple sports, the coordination of all building trades...  More

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...  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...  More