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Marymount University 26th Street Project
The Project Timeline Construction Updates News Contribute


President James E. BundschuhThe 26th Street project is the most significant construction effort Marymount University has undertaken in four decades. This project could not have become a reality without the cooperation and collaboration of many in the wider community. As the construction moves forward, Marymount University will continue to bear in mind its responsibility to be a good citizen and good neighbor. We are committed to keeping the community informed and responding quickly to any issues that may arise. This Web site has been established to help keep the lines of communication open. We hope that our friends and neighbors will visit it often, to see project updates and to use the contact information listed here if questions or concerns should arise.
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This week's Construction Update

October 11, 2010

This week, DAVIS Construction will:
  • complete minor punch list items in the Residence Hall
  • finish installing the rubber flooring and lockers in the Fitness Room
  • install roof scuppers on the Academic Building
  • paint the 2nd and 3rd Levels of the Academic Building
  • install VCT and carpet flooring on the G1, 2nd, and 3rd Levels of the Academic Building
  • install lab casework on the 3rd Level of the Academic Building
  • install the Pedestrian Bridge skylight roofing over Yorktown Boulevard
  • begin installation of the Clock Tower clocks
  • install stone veneer, concrete base, and pavers at the Octagon entrance (corner of Old Dominion Drive and 26th Street)
  • installing streetlights and trees along Old Dominion Drive
During the week of October 18 through 22, DAVIS is scheduled to work on:
  • interior finishes in the Academic Building
  • installation of the remaining landscaping and sitework along Old Dominion Drive

Traffic Conditions
Traffic congestion during these two weeks will be MINOR, with just a few deliveries being made to the site. One lane along Old Dominion Drive will be closed from 9:30 AM to 3:30 PM, Monday through Friday, to allow for completion of the remaining sitework. All required signage and barriers will be utilized.


  26th Street Project


Marymount University’s 26th Street project includes a 52,000-square-foot academic building focused on the sciences and health sciences, a residence hall that will provide suite-style housing for 239 students, and beautiful outdoor gathering spaces, all built above four levels of underground parking. These resources will enable Marymount to expand and strengthen key academic programs and offer an enriching campus-life experience to more students than ever before. They will also strengthen the University’s competitive position and reputation for excellence.

26th Street Project


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  Marymount University Marymount University
2807 North Glebe Rd
Arlington, VA 22207
(703) 522-5600
For project concerns or questions, please contact For media inquiries and questions about the University
Laurie Callahan
Director of Public Relations
(703) 284-1648
Erik J. Kaniecki
Project Manager
James G. Davis Construction
(301) 881-2990
Chris Domes
Vice President for Enrollment and Student Services
(703) 284-6488