As the college football season winds down, sports fans across the country are debating who will win the BCS National Championship Game. Bowl Season is nearly here, and so are the logistics and organizational needs that come with it.
This year’s BCS National Championship Game will be held at Sun Life Stadium in beautiful Miami, Florida on January 7th, 2013. More than 75,000 people will pack the stadium, which has 240 lockers for players, over 1,000 metal halide lights to illuminate the gridiron action, and a massive 50-feet high, 140-feet wide high-definition scoreboard.
It’s still up in the air which two schools will be battling it out in Sun Life Stadium this January, but the effort, skill, and resources required to maintain such a stadium is already crystal clear. A maintenance management program, also known as a CMMS, can coordinate the massive amounts of maintenance activities required inside large facilities and stadiums.
MicroMain supports several world-class stadiums across the country, including Lincoln Financial Field (home to the NFL’s Philadelphia Eagles) and Chase Field (home to the MLB’s Arizona Diamondbacks).
What can an effective CMMS system accomplish? The whole nine yards.
With the right CMMS system (and a winning CMMS services department), your stadium or large facility can achieve highlight reel-caliber maintenance, leading to outstanding customer satisfaction and massively-reduced costs.