St. Mary's College of Maryland's Physical PlantSt. Mary's College of Maryland's Physical Plant

Grounds Highlight

Admissions Field

 

The admissions field was renovated in order to provide a more useable recreational area for students. We identified admissions field as an important open space for the College and wanted to make sure that we maintain it in a way that benefits the campus visually as well as recreationally. The turf on the admissions field was transplanted from the stadium field when that field was re-graded and renovated in 2007. The turf is a Bermuda grass which can stand up to higher recreational use and is more disease resistant than the fescue/bluegrass mix that we use elsewhere on campus. In order to establish and maintain the turf, the College came up with an innovative method of using the stormwater that is stored in the Townhouse pond. By using the pond water, we are eliminating the use of potable water for the irrigation of this field.

Building Spotlight

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We're pleased to present to you the Annual Water Quality Report for 2012. This report is designed to inform you about the water quality and services we deliver to you every day. Our goal is to provide you with a safe and dependable supply of drinking water. More than 800 tests for over 120 compounds were conducted on the water at St. Mary's College. Maryland Environmental Service, an Agency of the State of Maryland, operates the St. Mary's College water treatment facility, and prepared this report. We want you to understand the efforts made to continually improve the water treatment process and protect our water resources. We are committed to ensuring the quality of your water. We're pleased to report that your drinking water consistently met both Federal and State requirements. This report shows the water quality and explains what it means. If you have any questions about this report or have questions concerning your water utility, please contact Mr. Jay Janney of Maryland Environmental Service at 410-729-8350 or jjann@menv.com We want everyone to be informed about their water.

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