Facility Planning: Here Are Some Tips For Your New Community Center

Facility Planning Tips For Your New Community Center

Building a new community center is a significant undertaking. You have a vision, a mission, and the desire to see it completed, but there are so many steps that must happen before that. At Sports Facilities Advisory, we know better than anybody that this process can be both stressful and difficult. We make it easier. In today’s post, SFA will give some facility planning tips to managers and designers in the process of developing a new community center.

Stay Organized

Facility planning is a long and tedious process. There are a lot of moving parts, all working towards one final goal. It can be easy to get off track, especially when there is a lack of organization on your part. One of the best benefits of utilizing SFA is that we will walk you through the entire facility planning process and keep you organized and on-schedule.  

Stay Well Staffed

Another common problem for a new community center is a lack of staffing. When it comes to facility planning, it’s important for developers and designers to be strong delegators. This is the best way to ensure that tasks aren’t being left behind while also ensuring that you aren’t taking on more work than you can handle. A project is only as good as the staff that is working on it. You might be providing the overall vision of the project, but without enough well-equipped people to work on it, you will be hard-pressed to find success.

Stay Focused On The Big Picture

While there are a lot of small things to keep in mind with facility planning, it’s important that you stay focused on the big picture. You don’t want to be a facility developer that can’t see the forest for the trees. If you have a strong vision and a strong staff, you should be able to take a step back and keep your eyes on the prize. Be sure not to let the tedious work dilute your vision or mission.

Contact SFA For Facility Planning Help

Facility planning is a long and often grueling process. It takes a lot of effort, both from you and your staff. Let SFA make that process easier. Get in touch with us at (727) 474-3845 or contact us online today.