Realignment of Facilties Operations and Residential Operations Q&A's
Welcome, please explore the subsequent Facilities Operations pages for general maintenance info, the appropriate contacts for your area, and maintenance happenings that may affect you or your department.
Our web based Facilities Asset Management Integrated System's Self-Service capability is available for use by the campus community utilizing the Faculty & Staff link above.
Students should utilize the "Student" link above to report any problems in their residence halls as the Department of Residential Life is first responder to such calls. Follow-up calls should go to your Complex Office.
Please take a few moments to review the Self-Service tutorial (accessible from the link at the top of this page) prior to logging in to FAMIS to report your maintenance troubles.
The most common trouble calls have been listed under the "Maintenance and Repairs", broken down into trade or maintenance types. If your particular trouble is not listed, please use the button to "Create your own request". In the alphabetized building list you will also find streets, parking lots, fields, etc. for your use, i.e. burnt out street light in parking lot "F".
While we appreciate you utilizing the FAMIS Self-Service for routine and minor maintenance issues, emergencies should still be called into 486-3113.
Should you encounter problems with FAMIS Self-Service, please refer your technical questions/issues to Les Martin at Les.Martin@uconn.edu or 486-9466. Please do not call UITS on FAMIS issues as they will be unable to assist you.
Ebola Resources & Preparedness Planning via UConn Residential Life
Joseph Meikle of Facilities Operations and Building Services receives the 2014 Salvatore J. Perruccio Humanitarian of the Year Award