Jamba Juice reopened Jan. 11 after spending around $1,300 to repair a broken sanitary drain in the restaurant. The drain, which supports part of the east serving area of Jamba Juice, collapsed last semester, shortly before finals week, after becoming clogged with mud. Kaiti Sullivan // DN
Ball State's Jamba Juice repairs cost $1,300
With Jamba Juice reopening Wednesday, public records show Ball State spent about $1,300 to repair the drain inside the restaurant.
Jamba Juice, inside the Art and Journalism Building, closed due to a sanitary drain collapse last semester, shortly before finals week. The drain, which supports part of the east serving area of the smoothie shop, became clogged. A camera was used to view
The only way to fix the problem was to dig up and replace the drain line, Jim Lowe, associate vice president of facilities and planning and maintenance, said in an email sent by university spokesperson Lisa Renze-Rhodes. Repairs took about 13 days.