The campus dining services at Georgia Southern University were getting a bit long in the tooth. One facility, Landrum, was of 60s vintage and very much looked its age while the other, Lakeside, while only about 20 years old, was in desperate need of a makeover. “We could have undertaken the projects separately, but that would have meant disruptions for an extended period,” says Dining Services Director Jeff Yawn. “We decided we would be better served if we took on both ...

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