Facilities Operations, Engineering & Management

About the Facilities Management Unit

College of Chemistry Building (Facilities) Management Unit is responsible for coordination of maintenance and repairs to the seven-building College Complex.

For Chemistry and Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering departments properly functioning building systems are critical for the success of the departments' instructional and scientific research activities. CoC Facility Management Mission is to do their utmost to ensure that these buildings and the building systems are maintained in their optimal condition. The Facilities Management Unit is also responsible for emergency response, security, and protection of the occupants and operations during renovations and utility repairs, and maintenance.

Facilities Team

Photo unavailableSteven Williams
Facilities Engineer
(510) 643-4220
swilliams5117@berkeley.edu or chem_request@berkeley.edu

Steven Williams is the Facilities Engineer for the College of Chemistry and is responsible for all areas of facilities repairs, maintenance and operations. He manages, plans, coordinates, and monitors activities affecting the physical, environmental and security conditions of the College. Steven is involved in new facilities renovation and design and coordinates occupants impact issues related to construction. He is one of the acting directors of the College's emergency response program and supervises College of Chemistry Building Management Team.

Photo unavailableAlexei Anderson
Facilities Coordinator
(510) 642-5231
alexeianderson@berkeley.edu or chem_request@berkeley.edu

The facilities coordinator manages the College's emergency response program and also is the primary contact to dispatch facilities repairs to Campus Physical Plant. He works with building occupants to ensure that repair needs and priorities are accurately reported to Physical Plant. Refer to the "Who Does It!..." for details on maintenance issue reporting.

College Access Application

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How to Enter or Update Personal Info

Log into the College Access System and update your personal and appointment information. All changes to your appointment and all new appointments will have to be approved by your PI, Supervisor or group delegate. You will receive an email confirmation upon electronic approval. Your PI, Supervisor or group delegate can also update your appointment information and you will then receive an email confirmation of the changes.

College Access Application

For any other questions, please contact Building Management at 642-5231.

Non-emergency Maintenance Requests

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Non-emergency Maintenance Issues

For non-emergency maintenance issues, please click the button below to log into the Chem Request application and complete an online submission form:

Facilities Work Request

*To check the status of requests click on the 'Reported Requests' tab in the application.

Key Request & Building Access

Keys. Photo by George Becker, Pexels.

About Key and Building Access

Keys request and building access is done electronically through the online College Access Application. A valid CalNet ID is required to log into the app.

For more info please see CalNet Authentication and the online Building Access FAQ's.

For application access click on the sign in button directly below:

College Access Application


After-hours access

If you are new to the College of Chemistry and have CalNet authentication log into the application, complete the required fields, and “Submit". You will receive an email confirmation when your PI, Supervisor or group delegate has approved your access.

If you already have normal access, request after-hours access online or have your PI, Supervisor or group delegate make the request for you.

Laboratory key REQUEST

Laboratory keys are not issued until all required laboratory safety trainings have been completed. After training completion, you will receive an email confirmation when your request has been approved by your PI, Supervisor or Group Delegate.

If your research group does not have any administrative support, your PI or research director will need to contact the College of Chemistry web application developer John Borland at < jborland@berkeley.edu > to request that you be set-up as a delegate in the system. You will receive confirmation of your role once that has been completed.