CSU, San Bernardino

Coyote Commons

San Bernardino, California

Facing significant growth in enrollment, California State University, San Bernardino engaged the design team to develop a master plan for the campus’ entire housing precinct, as well as the programming and subsequent design for the first phase of freshmen housing including the new Dining Commons. The dining commons will serve both on-campus residents as well as faculty, staff, and commuter students and is adjacent to the terminus of Coyote Walk, the main pedestrian circulation path through campus.

CSU San Bernardino dining exterior.

Project Data

Project Type
New Construction
Engagement Type
Programming / Concept / Foodservice Design / Construction Admin.
Project Size
Foodservice Size
47,000 Sq. Ft
47,000 Sq. Ft
Project Cost
Foodservice Cost
Operation Type
Residential Dining / Retail / Cafe
Serving Capacity
Total Seat
1,600 students/day
I have known Jim Webb, as well as several of his staff, for years. They are the first call I make when a client is looking for design services. Jim has been involved in no less than 20 projects with me over the years, to include several significant redesign projects on several college campuses.”
Cary Wheeland | Regional VP
Bon Appetit Management Company

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