RDG in the Media: Creating Community on Campus

In an interview with Recreation Management Magazine, RDG’s Tom Ohle, AIA discusses recreation centers as “sticky spaces” that enhance students’ physical, mental and emotional well-being.

When the American economy kicks back into gear and universities safely welcome back students, the design of on-campus recreation centers will be more important than ever.

Tom Ohle, AIA, whose work at RDG focuses on design of athletic facilities, discusses how recreation centers, which were once a peripheral or support building, have now become a core element of a campus’ culture, and why these spaces will continue to be critical to the overall physical, mental and emotional well-being of the students they serve.

Click to read Ohle’s full interview on the role rec centers play in creating a vibrant campus culture.
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