The Facility Audit, Part 2

Despite the recession, there is a definite building boom in parks and recreation. Its reasons are multiple — whether based on demand, more creative ways of procuring funding or the need to update outdated facilities — but in this series we’re not concerned with the reasons, but with the means to the end. This article is the second in a series regarding planning, designing, and building a new sport or recreational facility. The first, published in April, looked at the …


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