Managing Sport Facilities
When most people enter a sport facility, they are usually unaware of the host of decisions that have been made before and during the event to ensure an enjoyable experience. Sport facility managers make these decisions, which range from ordinary maintenance issues to more critical issues such as how much staffing is necessary for various events.
Unique in its complete coverage of the profession, Managing Sport Facilitieswill help future and current sport facility managers make the proper decisions in all areas of facility management. The book contains a comprehensive, reader-friendly examination of the various responsibilities of facility managers, and it covers the essential knowledge and skills required for operating a sport facility:
-Facility systems, operations, and maintenance
-Facility administration, including marketing and sales, finance and budgeting, human resources, and legal issues
-Event planning, security, and procedures
Managing Sport Facilitiesis the ideal resource for students desiring to gain a working knowledge of all aspects of facility management. It will help sport facility managers make all the right decisions—from developing a facility and operating it to planning, promoting, and managing events in a facility.