Furman University, one of the nation’s leading liberal arts universities, sought out MPS Architects to lead the transformation of their 1950’s era Dining Hall into the modern-day student amenity. Understanding the importance these facilities play in the university’s recruitment efforts and their contribution toward the overall student life experience, MPS drew upon the firm’s vast hospitality and higher education expertise to craft what has become one of the most popular student spaces on campus.

This project was a design-build arrangement to meet an accelerated three-month construction schedule and an overall sustainable approach to comply with Furman’s environmentally-conscious goals.

Bonitz worked with the designer throughout this project and provided the flooring.