Facility Planning and Design
From planning and layout to equipment selection, Healthy Human Capital can manage all facets of a fitness facility ensuring a clean, safe and functional environment for patrons.
With over thirty years of proven industry experience, the team at Healthy Human Capital has designed, and managed facilities throughout the Mid-Atlantic and South East, including large commercial facilities, condominiums, private homes, collegiate recreation and performance training facilities, and corporate wellness centers.
Our strong relationships with leading equipment vendors allow us to provide our clients with high levels of service, quick response time, and cost savings.
For many corporate and community fitness centers, purchasing a service contract from HHC is convenient—and ultimately more effective—than attempting to handle maintenance internally. And we have years of experience and insight to better understand the nuances of proper service, repair and safety.
Patrons will be content that their favorite equipment isn’t constantly being repaired, and the facility will be safer because potentially dangerous malfunctions are identified before they can cause injury. Finally, equipment that operates more efficiently and with fewer repairs will keep your facility’s budget in shape.
Preventative Maintenance Services
- Treadmills—Clean the motor cover and exposed areas of deck and check for proper operation. Vacuum inside the motor electronic compartment and underneath treadmill. Check the belt tension and tracking, and inspect the hardware (nuts and bolts), belt and deck for wear.
- Elliptical and cross-trainers—Clean the console and exterior, remove the cover and clean the area around the alternator. Inspect all hardware.
- Exercise bikes—Check the seat attachment handlebars, pedals and crank arm. Tighten pedals and handlebars as necessary. Clean and lubricate the pedal shaft and identify any malfunctions.
- Pin-Select weight machines—Inspect the cable and handgrips and clean and lubricate guide rods. Check that bolts and screws are tight and that pulleys and any other moving parts are operating smoothly.
- Plate-loaded strength—Clean frames and check to make sure all bolts and screws are tight.
- Free weights—Check the bolts, screws and adjustment mechanisms on dumbbells, racks and benches. Make sure weight collars fit snugly and inspect the weight plates for cracks.
- Identify safety hazards and make suggestions for safer facility use.
- Assist in posting rules and guidelines for patrons
- Educational workshops demonstrating proper use of machinery, safety and gym etiquette.
- Vacuuming, mopping, removing trash, cleaning mirrors, restocking of sanitary and paper products.
- Wipe down and sanitize pads on benches and weight machines