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James Madison University

When JMU needed a temporary dining option while a new facility was being constructed, Kitchens To Go provided a state-of-the-art Sprung Solution.
James Madison University
Interim dining facility while existing Gibbons (“D-Hall”) was demolished and a new one was built.
2 Facilities. “D-Hub” a 27,000-sq. ft., all-you-can-eat residential dining complex that seats 1,000 and consists of eight food stations including all the newest Aramark Vibe Fresh Market concepts. Plus, a stand-alone Chick-fil-A.

project description

The complex includes cooking modules, prep modules, dishwashing modules as well as cold and dry storage facilities. A concrete patio deck with outdoor seating surrounds the north exterior of the structure with walkup windows featuring a full menu of pizza, pasta and grill items. The second facility is a standalone, full menu, Chick-fil-A with seating for 100 and sits directly across the street from the original D-Hall.
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