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Title: Chapter 4: Facility Planning


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Chapter 4 Facility Planning
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Contents
  • Introduction
  • Planning for Existing Facilities
  • Planning for Future Facilities
  • Summary

3
Introduction
  • Planning is a fundamental skill required by all
    managers
  • Planning involves a significant amount of time
    and effort
  • Planning forms a base for short-term needs and
    long-term vision

4
Fundamentals of Planning
  • Planning a process of determining the
    appropriate allocation of precious resources to
    ensure facility success.
  • Through

A group of people (a gang in a room AGIR)
Authoritarian technique (one man on a mountain
OMOM)
5
AGIR (A gang in a room)
  • Facility users (students, athletes, faculty)
  • Community members
  • Lawyers, architects, engineers
  • Who would you include for a professional stadium
    and then a high school gym?

6
OMOM (One man on a mountain)
  • One person decides everything
  • What are the strengths and weaknesses of this
    method?

7
Types of Facility Planning
  • Planning for existing facilities
  • What events and when
  • Planning for future facilities
  • If and when to build

8
Planning for Existing Facilities
  • A Manager may be involved in the facility
    planning process from the beginning phase to the
    occupancy permit.

9
Managers Jobs
  • Coordinate maintenance
  • Monitor concession purchases and sales
  • Deal with various issues relating to the facility
    and its ancillary areas
  • Fiscal planning

Concession area
Parking area
10
Main Responsibilities
  • Money, personnel, and scheduling
  • Space management

11
Money, Personnel, and Scheduling
  • Money (construction, business)
  • Personnel (operational hours, events, where, what
    skills)
  • Scheduling (games, events, number of
    participants.
  • Documentation.

12
Space Management
  • Growth needs (proper allocation of time and space
    for bookings)
  • Move management (to free up space)
  • Swing space (any space available during
    renovations, alterations, or realignment)
  • Growth space

Maximizing revenue
13
Planning for Future Facilities
  • Where, what, how to build
  • To meet greatest current needs
  • To anticipate future needs
  • To cause the least amount of financial harm or
    inconvenience

14
Planning Process
  • The first step is to analyze existing internal
    and external constituents
  • Steps
  • Conduct a feasibility study
  • Develop a potential budget
  • Organize various planning committees
  • Set realistic goals and objectives
  • Study political and financial marketplace
  • Bring in the right people before the project
    starts

15
Community Support
  • Public funds require community involvement
    to convince the public opponents about the need
    of the facility.
  • Facility planners need to respect opponents who
    raise valid concerns.

16
Creating a Planning Committee
  • A typical committee for a college recreation
    center might include
  • Administration
  • Athletic department
  • Faculty
  • Recreation staff
  • Students
  • Off-campus constituents

17
Needs Assessment
  • Internal demand (future facility users,
    industry-driven needs)
  • Market assessment needs (facility standards,
    survey results, local competition)
  • Demographics (age, nationality, gender, religion,
    race)

18
Types of Facilities
  • Stadiums
  • Arenas
  • Gyms
  • Community Sport Centers
  • Sportsplexes
  • Domes
  • Other facilities Golf courses, water parks

19
Feasibility Studies
  • Two phases
  • Preliminary phase preliminary
  • Study Size and Comprehensiveness
  • Cost and Time Required
  • Expanded Phase
  • Economic Impact

20
Site Planning
  • Site selection and design
  • Analysis of legal and government concerns

21
Others Plans
  • Developing and Selling the Future Plan
  • Developing a Business Plan for a Facility

22
Financing the Facility
  • To determine whether to purchase, build, or
    lease.
  • Analysis of the cost of capital, lease terms,
    purchase price, the cost and political issues
    associated with borrowing money/leasing.

23
Summary
  • The Planning process entails.
  • examining what type of facility will meet a given
    need/objective and working out the justification
    for building or leasing.
  • determining what facility to build or lease and
    to justify the need for the facility
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