This project integrates construction of a new dining center and the comprehensive renovation of Mosher-Jordan Residence Hall into one project. The new dining center will have approximately 700 “marketplace” seats in approximately 35,000-gross-square-feet of space and will be connected to Mosher-Jordan Hall on the first floor. A café-style facility on the upper level of the dining center will accommodate approximately 70 seats and will feature grab-and-go food, beverages and convenience items.
Constructed in 1930, Mosher-Jordan Residence Hall is a 145,000-gross-square-foot, six-story residence hall housing approximately 500 students. A 12,000-gross-square-foot mechanical building will be built on the north side of Mosher-Jordan to accommodate air conditioning for the entire facility and to house other mechanical and electrical equipment, a loading dock, and trash facilities. The renovation of Mosher-Jordan seeks to preserve the existing historic areas and details, while creating new community environments by reconfiguring current spaces. A new, multi-level lobby and entrance will be created to provide a single point of entry for residents and visitors, as well as centralized services for students in both houses of Mosher-Jordan. Infrastructure upgrades will include new plumbing, elevators, heating, ventilation, fire detection and suppression systems, wired and wireless high-speed network access, renovated bath facilities, and accessibility improvements. The scope of this project also includes the architectural, mechanical and electrical work necessary to accomplish these improvements.