Student Recreation & Dining Facility

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC

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Completion: 2005
Cost: $54 million
Size: 389,500 GSF
Awards: 2007 The International Parking Institute Award of Excellence; 2006 Build America Award, Construction Management New; 2006 Food Management’s Best Concept Award; 2006 Food Management’s Best New Facility; 2006 The Construction Professionals Network (CPN) - Star Award; 2006 Project of the Year - FE&S Magazine; 2006 Excellence in Design Award Foodservice Consultants Society International

Rams Head Center is a link between UNC’s north and south campuses. Sited according to the campus plan and design guidelines developed by Ayers Saint Gross, the building spans a valley formerly used for surface parking. The dining facility serves over 2,000 residents, and the recreation building offers basketball gyms, a running track, fitness area, climbing wall, locker rooms and a police station. The project includes environmentally sensitive measures, from stormwater management to a green roof above the nearby parking structure.

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University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill