James Madison University D-Hub Dining Hall

Project Description

This 30,000 sq. ft. facility was built as a temporary venue to serve students during the rehab of a different dining hall. The 1,000-seat eatery included serving lines and solid surface countertops, hostess station, POS casework, and wall paneling. Also, our craftspeople matched new architectural woodwork with some of the university’s existing woodwork and relocated it to the new dining facility. The exterior entrance features decorative stained cedar planks.

Aramark/James Madison University
Client / Construction Manager
Rycon Construction
Tipton Associates



Hospitality & Food Service


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