West Campus Housing Redevelopment – Dining Hall

Knoxville, Tennessee

The University of Tennessee selected JAI to design a new, state-of-the-art dining facility as the anchor and hub of student life for the West Campus Redevelopment project. This Gothic-style project features a maximum 1,200-seat Fresh Food Company Dining Hall, convenience market and fast-food establishment.

The Rocky Top Dining Hall replaces Presidential Court Dining. JAI carefully selected a team of consultants with extensive experience in higher education dining facilities to partner on the project. The team used building information modeling (BIM) to provide a comprehensive and fully coordinated design that illustrates the complexities inherent to a three-story dining facility.

The design team’s ability to employ complex modeling techniques and processes became critical in conveying the design intent to the client.

PROJECT DETAILS

The University of Tennessee selected JAI to design a new, state-of-the-art dining facility as the anchor and hub of student life for the West Campus Redevelopment project. This Gothic-style project features a maximum 1,200-seat Fresh Food Company Dining Hall, convenience market and fast-food establishment.

The Rocky Top Dining Hall replaces Presidential Court Dining. JAI carefully selected a team of consultants with extensive experience in higher education dining facilities to partner on the project. The team used building information modeling (BIM) to provide a comprehensive and fully coordinated design that illustrates the complexities inherent to a three-story dining facility.

The design team’s ability to employ complex modeling techniques and processes became critical in conveying the design intent to the client.





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West Campus Housing Redevelopment – Dining Hall

Knoxville, Tennessee

Client

University of Tennessee

Size

78600

Completion

2021

Cost

41500000

Services Provided

Architectural Design
Interior Design
Key Personnel

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Awards

Address(es)

1017 Francis St,Knoxville,Tennessee,37996
Rooms

Housing Units

Seats

Consultant(s)

Civil
Fulghum MacIndoe & Associates, Inc.
Structural
Ross Bryan Associates, Inc.
M, P, FP
Engineering Services Group, Inc.
Electrical
Engineering Services Group, Inc.
Design
Simmons Studio Architects
Interior Design
Lauderdale Design Group
Food Service
Ricca Design Studios
Fire Protection
Performance Design Technologies (PDT)
Landscape
IBI Group
Geotech
Professional Engineering Services

Reference(s)

Darryl Gibson,
865-974-2231, [email protected], University of Tennessee, , , ,
West Campus Housing Redevelopment – Dining Hall

Knoxville, Tennessee

The University of Tennessee selected JAI to design a new, state-of-the-art dining facility as the anchor and hub of student life for the West Campus Redevelopment project. This Gothic-style project features a maximum 1,200-seat Fresh Food Company Dining Hall, convenience market and fast-food establishment.

The Rocky Top Dining Hall replaces Presidential Court Dining. JAI carefully selected a team of consultants with extensive experience in higher education dining facilities to partner on the project. The team used building information modeling (BIM) to provide a comprehensive and fully coordinated design that illustrates the complexities inherent to a three-story dining facility.

The design team’s ability to employ complex modeling techniques and processes became critical in conveying the design intent to the client.

PROJECT DETAILS

The University of Tennessee selected JAI to design a new, state-of-the-art dining facility as the anchor and hub of student life for the West Campus Redevelopment project. This Gothic-style project features a maximum 1,200-seat Fresh Food Company Dining Hall, convenience market and fast-food establishment.

The Rocky Top Dining Hall replaces Presidential Court Dining. JAI carefully selected a team of consultants with extensive experience in higher education dining facilities to partner on the project. The team used building information modeling (BIM) to provide a comprehensive and fully coordinated design that illustrates the complexities inherent to a three-story dining facility.

The design team’s ability to employ complex modeling techniques and processes became critical in conveying the design intent to the client.





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