California State UniversityNorthridge

Northridge, CA

Project

The CSUN Student Recreation Center (SRC) is an award winning 138,000 square foot facility for exercise and leisure activity that promotes lifelong health and wellness for students and faculty. The LEED certified facility services upwards of 5,000 visitors each day.

Challenge

Refresh and rebalance the SRC exercise offering and other high usage training areas, while incorporating the latest in fitness technology.

Middle Georgia State College

Macon, GA

Project

Middle Georgia State College sits on a 400-acre campus in Macon, GA. 

Challenge

Work with key university stakeholders to develop a focal point for wellness on campus that will inspire and engage the diverse interests of the campus community.

California State UniversityLong Beach

Long Beach, CA

Project

The Student Recreation and Wellness Center (SRWC) became the first building on the CSULB campus to be certified a “Gold” Center by the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) green building certification system. 

In 2007, AFP provided the vast majority of initial floor planning and equipment supply for the Center. It houses a three court gym, indoor jogging track, 20,000 square feet of weight and cardio equipment, racquetball courts, a custom-made rock climbing wall, and a wellness center swimming pool and spa, as well as many other amenities. Over the years, CSULB has continued to refine its programming and continues to seek enhancements in equipment and performance technology. 

Challenge

Renovate the existing multipurpose martial arts, boxing, and Pilates focused studio and create a Functional Zone studio.  

California State UniversityChico

Chico, CA

Project

California State University, Chico, is the second-oldest campus in the CSU system. The main campus is situated on 119 acres in downtown Chico, CA, about 90 miles north of Sacramento. The newly-developed two-level Wildcat Recreation Center was funded through student tuition payments, so it was critical that the facility exude an undeniable “wow” factor that would justify the student dollars spent.

Challenge

Handle the design, supply and installation of the fitness center within the massive new Wildcat Student Recreation Center complex. Chico is a classic college town, with the university heavily integrated into the local community, so it was critical to work closely with the city to address all logistics related to the substantial demands of the installation process.

UCLA

Los Angeles, CA

Project

UCLA’s athletic history and reputation are the stuff of legends. With an incomparable tradition of success, UCLA’s commitment to student athletics is a critical part of its culture and identity. UCLA’s 15,000 square foot athletic training center supports over 850 student athletes annually. The facility is used exclusively by UCLA’s male and female athletes and is not open to the general student population.

Challenge

Provide the solutions necessary to keep UCLA’s elite athletes at peak performance levels by supplying cutting-edge training equipment and maintaining the highest levels of safety. Given UCLA’s long-standing tradition of leadership and success in college athletics, the university’s athletic training center had to represent the state-of-the-art.

UNLV

Las Vegas, NV

Project

The University of Nevada, Las Vegas, set out to upgrade its existing student recreational facility in grand fashion. The new 180,000-plus square foot facility represented a significant upgrade, nearly tripling the amount of space for recreation, fitness and wellness. 

Challenge

Create a state-of-the-art complex that would rival that of any university in the world.

USC

Los Angeles, CA

Project

The William Lyon Center was built in 1988 and is USC’s student and alumni recreation center. It currently accommodates more than 3,000 individuals per day, 85% of which are USC students and 15% of which are faculty and alumni.

Challenge

Upgrade the high-traffic facility for the first time since its development in 1988.