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Sports and Recreational Facilities

As major centers of social and economic importance across the world, sports facilities and recreational buildings need to be optimized to admit hundreds or thousands of people on a regular basis, as well as to meet the needs of whatever activity takes place in the facility. Whether you’re looking for just the right turf or the most comfortable stadium seating, designing and building these facilities can lead into ultra-specialized waters, and requires a delicate balance of expertise.

Sports and Recreational Facilities | Jun 17, 2022

U. of Georgia football facility expansion provides three floors for high-performance training

A major expansion of the University of Georgia’s football training facility has been completed.

Building Team | Burns & McDonnell Jun 14, 2022

Thinking beyond the stadium: the future of district development

Traditional sports and entertainment venues are fading as teams and entertainment entities strive to move toward more diversified entertainment districts.

Acoustic Panels | Jun 9, 2022

A fitness center renovation in Calgary focuses on tamping the building’s sound and vibration

Bold Interior Design chose as its solution a lighting/acoustical panel combination.

Sports and Recreational Facilities | May 26, 2022

WNBA practice facility will offer training opportunities for female athletes and youth

The Seattle Storm’s Center for Basketball Performance will feature amenities for community youth, including basketball courts, a nutrition center, and strength and conditioning training spaces.

Sports and Recreational Facilities | May 19, 2022

Northern Arizona University opens a new training center for its student athletes

In Flagstaff, Ariz. Northern Arizona University (NAU) has opened its new Student-Athlete High Performance Center. 

University Buildings | May 9, 2022

An athletic center accentuates a college’s transformation

Modern design and a student health center distinguish the new addition at The University of Saint Joseph in Connecticut.

1.0 AIA LU/HSW BD+C University Course | May 3, 2022

For glass openings, how big is too big?

Advances in glazing materials and glass building systems offer a seemingly unlimited horizon for not only glass performance, but also for the size and extent of these light, transparent forms. Both for enclosures and for indoor environments, novel products and assemblies allow for more glass and less opaque structure—often in places that previously limited their use.

Sports and Recreational Facilities | Apr 27, 2022

New Univ. of Texas Moody Center houses men’s and women’s basketball, other events

The recently completed 530,000 sf University of Texas Moody Center is the new home for men’s and women’s basketball at the Austin campus.

Multifamily Housing | Apr 26, 2022

Fitness centers for multifamily housing: Advice from 'Dr. Fitness,' Karl Smith

In this episode for HorizonTV, Cortland's Karl Smith shares best practices for designing, siting, and operating fitness centers in apartment communities.

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