Facilities & Services
Plan, Build, Maintain & Serve....
Facilities & Services (F&S) is the largest administrative unit on the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Campus. F&S provides all physical plant, operational, and essential services for sustaining an environment that fosters to research, teaching, and public engagement activities of the university. The organization employs approximately 1,200 dedicated men and women serving in both civil service and academic professional positions. The F&S goal is to support the university's education, research, and outreach missions by improving the physical condition of the facilities and grounds.

News & Announcements

Updates for Customers

February 6, 2015

New DoR Coordinator

Nenad Marjanovic has joined F&S as the new Division of Responsibility (DoR) Coordinator. Mr. Marjanovic will oversee the creation of DoRs for new buildings and review/update DoRs for existing buildings.

Work Status Communication
The Work Status Communications tool is a convenient way to receive information regarding work order activity in specific buildings. Twice a day, a notification email is sent ... [Read More Updates]

Spotlight Service

Elevator Mechanics

Elevator Mechanics

Like the equipment it works on, the F&S Elevator Mechanics shop is more than meets the eye.

The shop has one pretty specific job: maintaining all types of lifts, but on a campus, where most buildings contain an elevator, maintenance is a never-ending job.

The shop consists of seven workers – Eric Koester, Kevin Knapp, Ryan Perry, Ron Pryor, David Youhas, Matt Arbogast and ...[Read More]

Approved Closures

Krannert Art Museum (KAM)

When the Krannert Art Museum (KAM) ran into a problem with the display for its upcoming exhibit, it didn’t have time to call the architects responsible for the show. Walter Wilson, KAM’s design... [Read More]

Surprise found in Lincoln Hall Gateway

It’s not two centuries old, like the Paul Revere time capsule recently stumbled upon in Boston, but the unearthing of a 100-year-old box in the wall of the Lincoln Hall Gateway last month is still thrilling to Melvyn Skvarla... [Read More]