N. Glebe Road
Arlington, VA 22207
1st Floor of Gerard Hall
M- F (8:00 - 4:00pm)
Physical Plant Department supports the overall educational and administrative
missions of Marymount University by providing facilities and technical
support to all University departments. The mission of the Physical Plant Department
is to operate, maintain, repair, modify, alter and improve the buildings,
grounds, utilities, and associated real property assets of the University.
Physical Plant Department has implemented a computerized work order
system. This system is designed to record work, requests, facilitate
assigning work orders to mechanics and to record actions taken to
complete work orders. The system has the capability to record labor
and material used on each work order. For all work requests and
orders please call (703) 284-1529.
emergency request is a repair of a condition that, if left unresolved,
would result in the loss of life, extreme harm to individuals, or
extreme damage to University property, i.e. fire, power failure,
open elevator shafts, students trapped in elevator, loss of heat
to a significant portion of the building, flooding etc.
repair requests made by students must be reported to the Office of residence life. All other routine repair requests made by staff
and faculty must be reported to the physical plant department (including burned out light bulbs,dripping
water faucets, closet doors off track, broken or missing screens,
etc...). All emergency requests please call: (703) 284-1529.
Physical Plant department is responsible for grounds and landscaping,
construction alterations, improvement to the facilities and scheduled
preventive maintenance of mechanical systems.
is currently being supervised by Bob Rush. Housekeeping is responsible
for the for the day-to-day cleaning of classrooms, offices, restrooms
and public spaces. For any questions or concerns regarding housekeeping
please call 703-284-1529.
University and the physical Plant Department are committed to providing
a safe and secure environment for its students, faculty, staff and
Physical Plant Department key shop is the only location where keys
to University facilities may be made.