Niagara University Breaks Ground On Renovated Dining Facility

In Announcements, by , on June 6th, 2016

Niagara University broke ground today on an $8 million renovation and expansion of its dining facility located at Clet Hall.

The new, 20,000-square-foot Clet Dining Commons will open this fall with numerous improvements.

The university is receiving support from Metz Culinary Management, its on-campus food service contractor, on the project. In addition, NU has been working with local legislative leaders, including New York Senator Robert G. Ortt and Assemblyman John D. Ceretto, ’75, M.S.Ed.’78, to make the project possible.

“We are continuously seeking to improve the student experience at Niagara University while also meeting an increasing demand for on-campus event and dining facilities,” said the Rev. James J. Maher, C.M., president. “This project has truly been a collaborative effort, involving students, employees, and our partners at Metz Culinary Management. We are also grateful to Sen. Ortt and Assemblyman Ceretto for their support.

“The new and improved dining commons will provide our students and university community with a state-of-the-art facility that aligns with our enduring pledge to maximize our commitment to excellence and showcase the beauty of our campus surroundings.”

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