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Title: Facility Planning


1
chapter 4
chapter
4
  • Facility Planning

Facility Planning
Author name here for Edited books
2
Fundamentals of Planning
  • Planning is a 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.

3
Planning
  • Planning entails a process of determining the
    appropriate allocation of precious resources to
    ensure success of a facility.
  • It can be accomplished these ways
  • A group of people (a gang in a roomAGIR)
  • Authoritarian technique (one man on a
    mountainOMOM)

4
Planning for Existing Facilities
  • Facility planning for an existing facility
    entails planning for all events to be held in the
    facility and then monitoring all events to
    determine what changes need to be made in the
    future.

(continued)
5
Planning for Existing Facilities (continued)
  • Areas of concern
  • Money (payroll, expenses, accounts receivable)
  • Personnel (operational hours, who works which
    events, developing job descriptions, hiring
    personnel, training)
  • Scheduling (games, events, number of
    participants, multiple facilities)
  • Space management (allocation of space)

6
Planning for Future Facilities
  • Who wants the facility?
  • What facility do they want and why?
  • What will meet the greatest current or future
    needs?
  • What will cause the least amount of financial
    harm or inconvenience?
  • Always start the process by reviewing the who,
    what, where, when, and why questions.

7
Planning Process
  • The first step is to analyze existing internal
    and external constituents
  • Possible additional steps
  • Conduct a feasibility study.
  • Develop a potential budget.
  • Organize various planning committees.
  • Set realistic goals and objectives.
  • Study political and financial marketplace.
  • Generate community support.
  • Bring in the right people before the project
    starts.

8
Determine the Type of Sport Facility
  • There are numerous types of sport facilities to
    consider
  • Stadiums
  • Arenas
  • Gyms
  • Community sport centers
  • Sportsplexes
  • Domes
  • Golf courses
  • Water parks

9
Business Plans
  • After examining what type of facility to build,
    do the following
  • Examine potential site plan and business plan.
  • What elements would you include in the business
    plan for a new arena?

10
Summary
  • The planning process entails the following
  • Running the day-to-day operations of the facility
  • Examining what type of facility will meet a given
    need or objective and working out the
    justification for building or leasing
  • Determining what facility to build or lease and
    justifying the need for the facility

11
Discussion Questions and Activities
  • What daily events at a stadium do you think you
    need to plan for one day in advance, one month in
    advance, and one year in advance?
  • What steps would you take to convince residents
    that a large sport facility is a good thing to
    build near their homes, and what could be their
    objections?
  • Who should be on the planning committee to build
    a minor-league baseball stadium?
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