A collaborative approach to foodservice design.
Gonzaga University
Hemmingson Center
The 167,726 square foot three story Hemmingson Center at Gonzaga University is envisioned as an environment where students, faculty, staff, alumni and community members can interact, collaborate, foster new connections throughout the world and learn in a manner never before possible at Gonzaga. This Center also supports essential activities native to a residential campus, providing multiple dining options, flexible meeting space and robust multipurpose space.

Within the $60 million Hemmingson Center you will find a wide array of dining services, including a two level residential dining hall, retail food venues, market, Gonzaga themed pub, and a catering and centralized production kitchen.

Seats – Pub: 117
Seats – Retail: 134
Seats – Residential Dining: 721
“What has been created is a place for our students to learn, reflect, engage, play, and grow.”
Thayne McColluch – President, Gonzaga University
Services
  • Design Phase
  • Program Verification
  • Schematic Design
  • Design Development
  • Construction Documents
  • Plan Check
  • Construction Phase
  • Bid Review
  • Construction Administration
  • Commissioning
Project Data
Location
Spokane, WA
Year Completed
2015
Building SF
167,726
Foodservice
SF 42,013
Project Cost
$60 M
Foodservice Cost
$4.5 M
Total Seats
972
Architect
Opsis
Construction Type
New
Design Process
Design-Build
LEED
Gold