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New concepts in planning and funding athletic, physical education and recreation facilities

Robert T. Bronzan

New concepts in planning and funding athletic, physical education and recreation facilities

by Robert T. Bronzan

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Published by Phoenix Intermedia in St. Paul, Minn .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Physical education facilities.,
  • Universities and colleges -- Buildings.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes index.

    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsGV401 .B86, GV401 B86
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 247 p. :
    Number of Pages247
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18700874M

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    FUTURE RECREATION TRENDS OVERVIEW The use of future recreation trends to anticipate programming or facility needs must be carefully weighed in relation to several factors. Present day trends and forecasts about future change need to be tempered by an understanding of the priorities and policies of parks and recreation service providers. Plan new facilities or modify existing facilities. Administrators who have the opportunity to plan or renovate the physical education facilities should consider putting fitness centers in middle and high schools. During the day, use the facility for instructional programs; invite community programs to use them after school.


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New Concepts in Planning and Funding Athletic, Physical Education, and Recreational Facilities. Bronzan, Robert T. The major purpose of this book is to provide information needed to plan, design, equip, and finance a sports-related facility.

Get this from a library. New concepts in planning and funding athletic, physical education, and recreational facilities. [Robert T Bronzan]. Facility Planning for Physical Education, Recreation, and Athletics [American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance, Flynn, Richard B.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Facility Planning for Physical Education, Recreation, and Athletics. (a) it is competitive, (b) it has scoring, (c) it has rules, (d) it is played by amateurs and/or professionals, (e) it is played indoors and outdoors, (f) it has components of both fitness and recreation, (g) it provides the participants enjoyment and fun, and (h) it provides entertainment for the spectator.

This book covers in detail the construction and equipping of athletic facilities. Planning and building for future as well as present needs and the wise, economical use of space are emphasized. Accompanied by informative illustrations, the topics discussed are: (1) historical antecedents and sociological trends in physical education and recreation; (2) facility consideration and new Author: Eugene M.

Ezersky, P. Richard Theibert. The following topics are covered in separate chapters: (1) the planning process; (2) indoor facilities; (3) outdoor facilities; (4) swimming pools; (5) encapsulated spaces and stadiums; (6) service areas; (7) facilities for recreation, parks, and open spaces; (8) planning for handicapped; and (9) trends in facility design.

The book is illustrated with photographs and diagrams of the facilities. Building a facility specifically for recreation was a novel concept when St. Louis University's campus recreation center was named an Athletic Business Facility of Merit® in In the 35 years since, the definition of "recreation" and its place in the college landscape has changed dramatically, as evidenced in AB's collective roster of Facilities of Merit.

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using planned learning experiences based on Health and Physical Education in the New Zealand Curriculum. opportunities for students to be physically active. In addition, new chapters on the following issues have been included: construction terminologyenergy management, parking lot design, elementary and secondary physical education areas, adventure programming facilities, equestrian spaces, skateparks, international sport centre, designing for park and recreation facilities and trends in equipment.2/5(1).

This book offers guidelines for planning and designing cost-effective community recreation and sports facilities and open spaces in Australia. Recreation facility management is a complex responsibility. Professionals in this field are responsible for various types of facilities--recreation centers, water parks and pools, playgrounds, parks, fitness centers, sport complexes, and resorts--each with its own set of goals and s: 1.

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/ Thomas Horne --Skateparks / Thomas H. Sawyer --Winter sports activities / Jack Vivian --Secondary health and physical education facilities / Thomas H fitness, physical activity, recreation and sports. This book covers the following topics: The planning process from the perspective of the campus master planner and the recreational sport director -The feasibility study process, how to determine whether to build new or renovate existing facilities, and how to raise capital to fund design and construction costs -The design and general planning.

The roles of space management in higher education are to ensure that existing physical facilities are used effectively and efficiently in their support of programs and activities and to assist with the planning of new construction or remodeling.

The Facilities Evaluation and Planning Guide will be. The result is a book that will be highly useful to undergraduate students looking to enter the field, as well as a resource for administrators in physical education leadership positions who are looking to acquire new skills and innovative ideas in each of the five areas of responsibility covered in the book.

Strategic Plan for the Department of Athletics, Physical Education, and Recreation The Strategic Planning Process In MayChancellor Larry Bacow suggested that the Department of Athletics, Physical Education and Recreation (DAPER) develop a strategic plan.

The goals of the process were to. With the advent of Title IX of the Education Amendments ofcommonly referred to as Title IX, many more women were participating in college recreation and using recreational sports facilities. On many college campuses, furthermore, physical education was no longer a required part of the curriculum.

Originally published in as the "Guide for Planning Facilities for Athletics, Recreation, Physical & Health Education", this book has become a cornerstone resource for facility designers, users, and managers/5(7). The edition of Planning Facilities for Athletics, Physical Education, and Recreation represented a continuing effort on the part of The Athletic Institute and AAHPERD to keep the text current and relevant.

Richard B. Flynn was selected to be editor and contributing author.Institutions of higher learning are investing heavily in new facilities—student unions, dining facilities, residence halls, and the like—that address the non-academic side of campus life.

They rarely serve just one purpose; more often than not, they offer a variety of physical spaces where students can eat, socialize, network, study, and relax.Multipurpose. Multifunctional. Multiuse. These terms fly about in athletic facility design circles like tennis balls across a net. Sure, you can raise the basketball goals and put up the volleyball net, or open everything up and stick a couple of goals at the ends of the gym, but is that all it.