Facilities

Outside of Laurel Hall at sunset

About Us

The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences faculty and staff occupy over 13 buildings across the Storrs campus.

The CLAS Facilities Services team works to provide clean and functional spaces needed to support the research and learning operations in many of the science buildings. Our team is pleased to offer their assistance and are eager to help develop spaces that promote academic success and comfort.

The Facilities Services team coordinates renovation projects, assists in the laboratory move process, and acts as the liaison between The College and Facilities Operations.  The Building Services Managers perform routine building inspections and complete minor maintenance task as needed.


Submit a Request

Facilities-related concerns can be addressed here. The Facilities Operations staff can address issues like:
• Temperature issues
• Water leaks and plumbing fixture problems
• Lighting and electrical outages
Information on submitting a request for hazardous waste collection can be found here.
If you need assistance with an issue or have a specific request, please contact the Building Services Manager for your area.

Click here to submit a request.

Laboratory Moves

Has your lab been approved to move to a new space and/or vacate its current location?
Please visit Environmental Health and Safety’s website to learn more about the process and compliance documents.

Meet Our Team

Raymond Hebert
Director of CLAS Facility Services
Building Services Manager for Engineering and Science Building

Location: ESB, Room 403
Phone: (860) 486-9203
raymond.hebert@uconn.edu

Francis (Skip) Copeland on June 8, 2018. (Bri Diaz/UConn Photo)

Francis (Skip) Copeland
Building Services Manager for the Pharmacy Biology Building

Location: Pharmacy Biology Building: Room 101A
Phone: (860) 486-5264
francis.copeland@uconn.edu

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James Reiman
Building Services Manager for the Torrey Life Sciences Building, Biology / Physics Building, and Beach Hall

Location: Torrey Life Sciences, Room G055
Phone: (860) 486-5520
james.reiman@uconn.edu