Dusko Topolic

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Ancillary Areas

March28

These pictures bellow are examples of good restroom and locker facilities. The floors are adaptable to many sports and lockers are built out of new material that does not need as much cleaning as the ones used in the example of the bad facility. Also the new and fresh look is certainly something that can attract people and once they use the facility, they are going to come back again.

This is an example of the new simple locker room that is cost efficient but also gives a newer and better look to the rest of the facility.

Next picture is the locker room of the Bowling Green Soccer team. This locker room has been completely changed in 2009 and it is something that gives both current and future players something to be proud of.

The next picture is the example of how the new restroom should look like. Very future looking and sustainable when it comes to maintenance and cleaning.

 

Next picture is the example of the old looking and outdated locker room that has couple of disadvantages when compared to ones above. First the flooring is dangerous because people can slip after they shower. Second both the floor and lockers are not easy to maintain and clean. And at the end the overall look is something that is really influential, and this locker room is a negative example.

 

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Here is the list of what you can do in order to ensure that this ancillary facility is a plus for your customers: Keep it clean and in order all the time.

  1. Keep it clean and in order all the time.
  2. Paint walls in bright and optimistic colors.
  3. Make it accessible for people with special needs (ADA)
  4. Make sure that you get a feedback from the customers
  5. Make sure that your ancillary facility meets the number of your customers (ex. overbooking)
  6. Make sure that men’s and women’s facilities are not really close to each other
  7. Follow new trends and materials that are used for similar facilities
  8. Visit other places and see what the standard is
  9. If you are a facility designer you need to make sure that the ancillary facilities are positioned well in the overall facility
  10. Have a positive and optimistic staff, because that is something that customers always see first.

 

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Welcome to Dusko’s Blog. My name is Dusko Topolic and I am a tourism major at Bowling Green State University. I am coming from a small country named Serbia, that is located in south eastern part of Europe as you can see in this picture bellow.

 

 

This Blog that I created is mainly for class purpose – TLEP 4830, and it has all different projects that we were asked to do. However this blog has some other information. I also played soccer for four years for BGSU and here is the short video of one of our games.

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