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May 18, 2016
Boston hospital revamps cafeteria to boost satisfaction, throughput
The new layout of Brigham and Women's cafeteria, now dubbed Garden Cafe, allows for garden views, more seating and new menu options, as well as an infused water station...
May 16, 2016
How to avoid opening day roadblocks
The ability to adjust on the fly is key on opening day. Careful planning—and quick problem-solving—can help avoid the unforeseen pitfalls of a renovation.
May 16, 2016
9 designs that shine
These operations are not just keeping up with consumers; they are setting the pace, creating concepts that are just as transformative, adaptable and resourceful as the people they are serving.
May 6, 2016
3 things keeping FSDs up at night: Budget-busters edition
FSDs have more than just administrators to answer to when it comes to renovation purchases—but that’s not the only news causing sleepless nights this week.
May 5, 2016
Marquette to build $96M dormitory, dining hall
The university's new facility will feature longer hours, as well as more menu and seating options compared to other eateries on campus...
May 4, 2016
Pa. university dining hall to get $3M makeover
The revamp—which is expected to be completed by this fall—is designed to streamline throughput and provide students with more dining options, officials say.
May 2, 2016
University revamps on-campus eatery with outdoor terrace
Texas State University’s renovated dining hall, which will feature longer hours, is set up to encourage students and staff to stay awhile.
April 27, 2016
Kan. high school revamps menu, cafeteria with students' help
Students at Nickerson High School now have more entrees—and more seating options—to choose from during meal times.
April 19, 2016
Ariz. university to open retirement community on campus
The community will feature formal and bistro-style dining, as well as concierge services and on-site physicians.
April 15, 2016
Maryville College brings dining hall into the modern era
Features such as steam kettles and manpower-reliant dish rooms were on the chopping block when Maryville’s Margaret Ware Dining Room underwent a renovation.
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