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

August 28, 2014

Updated Division of Responsibility Documents
The Division of Responsibility (DoR) policy and General DoR Guidelines have been updated in the Campus Administrative Manual (CAM policy VI-A-2).

New Maintenance Zone Emails
In an effort to improve communication with the Maintenance Zones, F&S has changed each zone supervisor’s email address.  As always, the F&S Service Office should be used as the first point of contact for entering service requests...[Read More Updates]

Spotlight Service


When a light burns out, who changes the lamp? If that lamp is located in a common university area, laborer-electricians will do the job. Whether it is a classroom, lab, hallway, stairwell, or building entrance, space only achieves maximum functionality and safety with proper lighting. F&S laborer-electricians serve these campus lighting needs. There are approximately a million lamps on campus...  [Read More]

Alma Mater Returns - April 9, 2014

The Alma Mater returned to campus after spending more than 600 days in the Conservation of Sculpture & Objects Studio (CSOS) in Forest Park, IL. Prior to that trip, The Alma Mater had never left the Urbana campus. [Read More]

2014 Major Campus Street Projects

Several major street projects will be under construction in 2014.  The purpose of these projects is to improve safety and mobility on campus as well as improve drainage and...  [Read More]