Durrell Center Renovation

The existing Durrell Dining Center Commons was renovated to accommodate the increased student population from the Laurel Village project. Durrell Dining Center was constructed in 1968 and had not had any significant renovation. It was brought up to the standards of the other campus dining facilities (Braiden, Corbett and Ram’s Horn), with a wide range of food venues and an extended hours grab-n-go cafe. The lower level was completely renovated to provide meeting and seminar rooms for residence hall programming and study space for students.

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