This large, airy and naturally lit space is the main hub for dining on campus. This facility set the bar as JMU’s first LEED green building. Featuring a sunlight reflecting roof, water efficient plumbing, low emitting materials and the use of recycled materials.

 

The seven unique all-you-care-to-eat dining outlets also raise the bar for on campus dining. Healthier food options. Executive dining room and balcony. Grab-and-go items. Locally grown produce. Made-to-order specialties. Kosher, gluten free and vegan options. From fresh greens and hot-off-the grill meats, this dining hall has it all. 

 

PUBLICATIONS

FCSI The Americas QuarterlyJames Madison University Dining Hall, Q2, 2010
 

James Madison University

CISAT East Campus Dining | Harrisonburg, VA

COST
$18.8M
 
COMPLETION DATE
February 2013
 
SIZE
16,875 SF
 
ARCHITECT
Moseley Architects
Virginia Beach, VA
 
MISC
JMU's First LEED Green Building
 
SUSTAINABILITY
LEED Gold Certified
 
AWARDS
FCSI The Americas Quarterly
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