Welcome to Facilities Operations
Facilities Operations is skilled trades, utilities, campus maintenance and minor renovations. We pride ourselves on knowledge, honesty, integrity, respect and professionalism. Our organization provides services to over 12 million square feet of buildings and infrastructure which supports a population of 27,000 students, faculty & staff.
Making a difference working together.
The Operations Center is staffed 24 hours a day to assist with urgent requests. If you are in need of immediate service please call the Operations Center directly.
- Power Failures
- Broken Glass
- Elevator Failures
- Snow & Ice
6-3113 or 860-486-3113
Energy Conservation at Work at Avery Point Campus
Facilities In The News
Facilities Operations Programs Develop Full-Time Employees
UConn’s Facilities Operations employees are working behind the scenes to support everything that happens at the University
Excessive Moisture in Campus Buildings
Mold And FAQ's
- Mold is part of the natural environment and can be found everywhere and all year round-indoors and outdoors. All of us are exposed to mold spores daily in the air we breathe.
- Indoors, mold is usually not a problem unless sources of excessive moisture are present that cause it to grow. Large amounts of mold can produce health effects, such as allergic symptoms, in sensitive individuals and can cause damage to building materials and furnishings. There is no practical way to eliminate all mold and mold spores in the indoor environment; the only way to control indoor mold growth is to control moisture.
- Common sources of indoor moisture that can cause mold problems include flooding, roof and plumbing leaks, very high humidity, or any moisture condensation on cold surfaces. Bathroom showers and steam from cooking may also create problems if not well ventilated. It is important to report and correct excessive moisture problems quickly before they develop into a mold problem.