Founded in 1906, the mission of Georgia Southern University is to advance the educational and economic aspirations of Georgians. The university had a need to rebuild one student dining facility and completely renovate a second. The challenge was replacing both facilities, serving over 1,500 meals per day at the same time.
Installation was completed on a 16,240 square foot modular facility, that also included “grab and go” walk up window, in time for the fall semester to begin.
GSU determined that by replacing both facilities at the same time, rather than phasing the project, the construction term was reduced by nearly eighteen months, thus reducing both costs and construction fatigue on campus. One of the most successful aspects of this design is that it allowed GSU to spread out the different food concepts in the dining complex, eliminating congestion.
Kitchens To Go, along with alliance partner Mobile Modular, designed and installed a successful interim commercial kitchen and dining facility to meet the foodservice production, servery and seating requirements at GSU.