Creating a new maintenance building or entire turf care facility does not often occur and from planning to occupancy can take years to complete. Before embarking on this daunting exercise, you should have your toolbox filled with planning ideas and a list of the right questions to ask. In this 90-minute webinar, Mike Vogt, CGCS, shows how your unique golf course operation should guide proper planning steps. Using his guidelines will save time and money before presenting this capital project to governmental agencies, local architectural firms, and golf course stakeholders. Vogt covers ideas on proper space requirements and flow that can improve your facilities’ efficiency. Be sure to watch this one as you begin the planning adventure of a new or renovated turf care center.
Original presentation date: Aug. 12, 2020 Education points: 0.20
About the Instructor
Mike Vogt, CGCS, CGIA, is an independent golf agronomic and business consultant. He works on projects in architecture and data acquisition, assists with golf course asset reserve analyses and evaluating golf courses for custom consulting engagements. Vogt has more than 25 years of golf course construction and maintenance experience, serving as both a golf course superintendent and club general manager. He is both a Certified Golf Course Superintendent and a Certified Golf Irrigation Auditor (CGIA), accredited by the Irrigation Association. Since 2006, Vogt has been instrumental in planning 18 turf care centers and 6 major renovations. He has taught both seminars and webinars for GCSAA.
Member price: $0
Non-member price: $60
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