A new 82,500 SF dining facility was designed and constructed between Boone Creek and the campus quad. Site work included a loading and service court adjacent to Boone Creek, pedestrian connections and subsequent pedestrian bridge to the parking deck, along with large pedestrian and public spaces on the upper level. The dining and these public spaces were connected to the campus quad through creative use of circular grand stair, which was designed to incorporate an existing steam tunnel. Significant site and building phasing restrictions, along with operational logistics added to the complexity of this site design.
Appalachian State University
Appalachian State University Dining Hall
- Complex scheduling and phasing
- Significant utility design