Blog: July 2015

Mick Massey, RLA

Trends in Locker Room Design

Trends in Locker Room Design

Growing up in the 1960’s and 70’s, a locker room was a cavernous, uncomfortable, smelly public space whose functional design focused less on personal space and more on efficiently serving a large number of people. The average locker room experience was the same for my Dad, and oddly enough, locker rooms did not evolve or improve from his boyhood to mine. In those days, the typical recreation center locker rooms were modeled after High School athletic locker rooms serving the masses for personal hygiene and dressing after a vigorous sport or workout. This “old school” locker room model was accepted as status quo and adapted into recreation centers for decades.

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Posted by Mick Massey, RLA on July 31, 2015 at 05:08pm

Rebecca Lavezzary

Windsor Community Recreation Center Expansion Breaks Ground

Windsor Community Recreation Center Expansion Breaks Ground

On Friday, July 24, the Windsor Community Recreation Center expansion project officially broke ground! The event surrounding this momentous occasion was highlighted by a beach theme, large sand pile, and more happy children than you could count on one set of fingers and toes. Melissa Chew, former Windsor Parks, Recreation & Culture Director, kicked off the day’s festivities by introducing and thanking the parties involved in making this project a reality for the Town of Windsor.

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Posted by Rebecca Lavezzary on July 31, 2015 at 04:54pm

Christine Harwood, LEED AP BD+C

Camping Extravaganza 2015

Camping Extravaganza 2015

Friday afternoon began BRS’s 3rd annual camping trip. Our camping veteran and leader, Chuck, arrived first to start establishing camp at Golden Gate Canyon State Park.

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Posted by Christine Harwood, LEED AP BD+C on July 31, 2015 at 04:23pm

Mick Massey, RLA

Texas Office Open House

Texas Office Open House

The definition of a Texas Tale is a story with unbelievable elements, exaggeration, and innuendo related as if it were factual. The following Texas Tale could be called an exaggeration by some and quite factual by others, either way, the following events happened recently in Grapevine, Texas.

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Posted by Mick Massey, RLA on July 2, 2015 at 04:24pm

Marcia Hocevar

Interior Design Elements Create Character & Identity in a Facility

Interior Design Elements Create Character & Identity in a Facility

Color and graphics are compelling design elements which establish character and identity by developing a story unique to each facility. Whether you’re designing a new facility from the ground up or looking to renovate or update an existing one, attention to interior details of your facility will help ensure success.

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Posted by Marcia Hocevar on July 2, 2015 at 02:35pm

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