Fried Ch 1 History Notes - Managing Sport Facilities Gil...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 6/5/11 Managing Sport Facilities Gil fried Ch 1 History - Sport & Public Assemble Facilities Farmer Ch 1- History Inserts
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6/5/11 Introduction & History
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Click to edit Master subtitle style 6/5/11 INTRODUCTIO N FACILITY MANAGEMENT Test your knowledge…
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6/5/11 FACILITY MANAGEMENT EXERCISE 1. Unique Feature ? SWIMMING POOL; SHIP 2. “PSL” ? PERSONAL SEAT LICENSE 3. “COOKIE CUTTER” STADIUM ? 70’S TRENDY DESIGN 4. “FRANCHISE FREE AGENCY” ? TEAM LEAVING TOWN 5. FINANCED ? TAXES; ADVERTISING; PRIVATE 6. CAREER OPPORTUNITY ? MARKETING; OPERATIONS COST OF FAMILY 4 ? $413
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6/5/11 Characteristics …
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6/5/11 FACILITY MANAGEMENT Where would you expect to find all of these? Movie Theatre Hotel (With View Of The Field) Department Store Mcdonald’s Hard Rock Cafe’ Bar Health Club
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6/5/11 stadium amenities/innovations!
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6/5/11 FACILITY MANAGEMENT MODERN DAY FACILITIES ARE “MULTI- PURPOSE” TEAM-OWNED – MORE SPORTS ORIENTED PUBLIC OWNED – SERVES WIDER CONSTITUENCY
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6/5/11 More on Sport Facility Description
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6/5/11 FACILITY MANAGEMENT ENTERTAINMENT COMPLEXES Increased restroom facilities Food courts Specialty restaurants Wider concourses More area Dolphins: lobster bisque seafood bouillabaiss e char-grilled fillet mignon
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6/5/11 FACILITY MANAGEMENT Appeal to a wider variety of users Conference rooms Computer equipped executive suites Imax screens
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6/5/11 Trend “Privatizing” (means management)
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6/5/11 FACILITY MANAGEMENT Trend toward privatization (many companies) Comcast Spectacor Leisure Management Group Ogden Entertainment Centre Globe Facilities Corestates Complex Old Town Temecula
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6/5/11 FACILITY MANAGEMENT Architectural firms Hok Ellerbe Becket
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6/5/11 List-Match so long-5 oldest baseball stadiums a. Wrigley Field 4 Chicago Cubs b. Fenway Park 2 Boston Red Sox c. Yankee Stadium 3 New York Yankees d. Shea Stadium 1 New York Mets e. Dodger Stadium 5 Los Angeles Dodgers 1. 1964 2. 1912 3. 1923 4. 1914
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6/5/11 HISTORY Talking points o Focus more on - Greece & Rome o Distinguish *Mount Athena from Mount Olympus (origin)
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PRE-TEST HISTORY Sport facility development T or F Historically, the term “Hippodrome” refers to elephant. 1 Basically, the forerunner of today’s modern stadiums with the “U” shape is credited to Spain. 2 The “Circus Maximus” is associated with Greece. 3 Large public facilities were developed in ancient times mainly for protection from enemies. 4 The idea of lighted facilities came from China, of course. 5 The Olympic games began in Rome. 6 In ancient Rome venue patrons had “reserved” seats. 7 The ancient Greeks designed facilities specifically for sports.
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This note was uploaded on 06/05/2011 for the course SMGT 4330 taught by Professor Burden during the Spring '11 term at Georgia Southern University .

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