The H. Chambers Company

Facilities Master Planning

Where member experience and value, financial considerations and traditional bricks and mortar coalesce.

At Chambers, we find that a club without a plan is often likely one that simply lives with inefficiency — and in the long run, will suffer its effects. Spaces that are miss- or underutilized, member needs that go unmet, infrastructure issues that contribute to over-staffing and wasted resources. Working in close partnership with club leadership, Chambers develops comprehensive master plans that not only solve problems, but create opportunity by enhancing member experience and improving clubs’ financial strength.

Developed with extensive research and member involvement, a Chambers Master Plan outlines amenities enhancements and service improvements, provides conceptual facilities design solutions and construction estimates, and incorporates financial and process modeling that helps determine project versus phased implementation, each with minimum member disruption.

Chambers’ Master Planning services include:

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Six Ways That Private Club Pool Facilities Create Membership Value
See why private club pool facilities are a key part of the contemporary private club experience and what steps planners take to create aquatics facilities with high return values.

Clubs Are Connecting the Dots
Director of Planning John Snellinger discusses the connections between every decision that private clubs make during the planning process and beyond – and how these choices impact the club’s future as a whole.

Master Planning: More than Bricks and Mortar
Discover all of the essential questions that the Master Planning process seeks to address, ranging from measurable benchmarks like membership retention to more abstract indicators like Return on Experience (ROE).

Your Planning Partner — Forge A Committed Relationship
Private club planning expert and former CMAA president Skip Avery examines the long-term value of cultivating a quality relationship with a master planning firm.

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