Campus Construction Activities Map
In an effort to communicate construction activities that will take place this summer, Facilities & Services worked with Campus Residences, Campus Planning Design and Construction, and the Faculty Student Association, to launch an interactive map that is accessible to anyone using the link below. The map contains locations, descriptions, contact information, and an estimated work schedule. The map also contains additional links to resources such as phasing plans for direct-buried pipe repairs and roadwork. The map is dynamic and updates will appear automatically using the same link provided below.
If you have any questions or concerns regarding the use of the Campus Construction Activities Map, please do not hesitate to contact Facilities & Services at 2-6557 during normal business hours. If you have questions regarding specific construction projects, please contact the individuals provided within the map description pane.
For a complete list of projects: Summer Construction Projects
Facilities and Services is comprised of 7 major areas that serve the entire University. We are responsible for building the campus, maintaining the existing campus, and safety. We have compiled the top 5 things you need to know about each area:
Call COM Dispatch at 2-6400
If you have any immediate maintenance need, safety concern, or emergency in any West Campus Academic Building, please call the West Campus Operations Dispatch at 2-6400. This will always get you the fastest response. (Examples of Urgent Needs: room is too hot, room is too cold, no electricity, water spill/other spill, bathroom toilet - clogged/overflowing/not flushing, all lights are out, gas odor/oil odor/other noxious odor, active ceiling leak, active bathroom leak, snow/ice issue, dangerous broken or dangling tree branch/fallen tree, elevator problem, ADA door problem).
Submit a FIXIT Work Order
If you have a maintenance need or issue which is not a safety concern, does not require immediate attention, or is not an emergency in any West Campus Academic Building, please enter a work request in the FIXIT system. (Some examples of why to enter a West Campus Facilities Operations FIXIT work request are: key request, non-working electric outlet, stained ceiling tile, a ceiling light is out, a bulb requires replacement, a faulty light ballast, missing or damaged baseboard, wall, ceiling, or floor damage, painting required – peeling/damaged/stained/faded, faulty door or lock, bathroom - floor tile missing or cracked/wall tile missing or cracked, dripping faucet)
Too Hot, Too Cold?
If you would like to request an Auxiliary Heating/Cooling Equipment Assessment, use this form.
Confidential Record Shredding
If your department has confidential records that need to be shredded, the University has a contract with a vendor who supplies lockable bins, and upon servicing will shred the paper contents on-site with a shredder box truck. Please contact the Department of Recycling and Resource Management at (631) 632-9673 for more information.
If you need a refrigerator removed, prior to contacting Property Control you will need to contact Best Climate Control @ 631-218-8022, and provide a credit card or an account# to schedule removal of the freon from the refrigerator.
For a full listing of COM Staff, click here.
For the COM website, click here.
Summary of Services
• Design and construction for all capital and locally funded projects.
• Campus Planning, Design and Construction provides design services to the campus community.
• Coordination and integration of construction and rehabilitation projects.
• Oversight of projects to ensure conformance with bid documents and design drawings.
• Ensure that all work is completed in compliance with building codes and SBU standards and directives.
• Provide information and technical support to other departments about current and future projects.
8 Easy Steps to Campus Construction
It is easy! Click here for more information.
How to Submit a Project Request
To initiate a project request, contact your building manager or department chairperson, who can submit
a project request.
Outside of construction...
departments are responsible to procure: modular furniture, carpet,
telcom/data, window treatments, audio visual equipment, laboratory equipment and moving expenses.
Visit the Procurement department for more information.
Campus Building Floor Plans
To obtain a floor plan for your building, Submit an on-line application for CADD Drawings, click here.
* All work shall be approved for applicable building codes and energy conversation codes for compliance
by the Code Compliance Manager.
SB Alerts are emergency alerts from the Stony Brook University Emergency Operations Center. Click here to register for SB Alerts.
What is the Safety Warden Program? Click here for more information.
How do I get assistance with keys, locks and other security systems? Click here.
What are some ways that I can be better personally prepared on campus? Click here for more information.
What other resources are available to me on campus? For more information, click here.
To report a safety concern, click here.
What kind training does EH&S provide and how can I sign up? For information, click here.
Safety Data Sheet
How can I obtain a Safety Data Sheet for chemicals being used in my area? Click here.
Got a pest problem? Let's see if we can help! Click here.
Do I need to obtain a food permit for an office event that includes food from a vendor? Click here.
Hazardous Waste Disposal
Proper disposal of hazardous waste is very important! Click here.
For the EH&S website, click here.
The Stony Brook University Office of Energy Management is committed to energy conservation. If you have a suggestion on how to reduce energy waste on campus, click here. To learn more about Stony Brook’s energy management initiatives and ways to be more energy efficient, click here.
Wolf Ride Bike Share
The Wolf Ride Bike Share program helps alleviate transits demands for students, faculty, staff and visitors with an array of bicycles and stations. For more information regarding the Wolf Ride Bike Share, please contact the Office of Sustainability by email: email@example.com or call (631)632-6400.
Sustainability Awards & Honors
Stony Brook University has been recognized for sustainability efforts. To check out all the Sustainability Awards & Honors Stony Brook has been recognized for, click here.
Recycling & Resource Management
The Stony Brook University's Department of Recycling & Resource Management is focused on providing students with a comprehensive recycling program and an overall commitment to waste minimization on campus. For more information on Stony Brook’s Recycling Program, click here.
Stony Brook University’s annual week-long celebration of Earth Day. To celebrate with the Office of Sustainability, click here.
Bus Routes and Schedules
For the latest and most up-to-date bus schedules and routes click here.
Student Transportation Fee
For information regarding the student Transportation fee click here.
Where can I find information regarding Parking Services click here.
For information regarding Parking Enforcement click here.
Special Transportation Services
What special Transportation Services does the University provide? Click here.
University Police Department
The Stony Brook University Police Department is a fully accredited law enforcement agency recognized by the New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services (DCJS), and is comprised of approximately 150 employees, including 71 sworn law enforcement officers. All our members are oriented to serve the needs of our campus community. For the UPD website, click here.
The members of the University Police are committed to community policing and are actively involved in campus activities. The goal of the Community Relations Team is to educate the campus community on personal safety, risk awareness, crime prevention (including date and acquaintance rape prevention), drug and alcohol risk awareness, and many other community safety issues. The unit's 39 members accomplish their mission through formal talks, informal talks, and new student and employee orientation programs and have an exceptional working relationship with groups and organizations on campus. For more information, click here.
Active Shooter Training
Since the tragic events at Virginia Tech, Northern Illinois, Upmqua Community College, and other schools and universities, many people have asked what they should do in the event of an "active shooter" incident on campus. These situations are unpredictable. However, there are a few steps that can be taken immediately to protect oneself. An interactive discussion/lecture to help the campus community recognize potential workplace violence indicators and to instill within the campus community the knowledge, skills, abilities, and mindset necessary to respond to an active shooter threat. F or more information, click on our Active Shooter Page.
SB Guardian is frequently referred to as a"personal blue light phone" in your pocket. The system functions in two primary ways:
• Panic Call mode, and
• Precautionary Timer Mode.
Click here to learn more.
Emergency Management Plan
In order to respond effectively to emergency situations, Stony Brook University maintains an Emergency Management Plan and has created an Emergency Operations Center and an Emergency Management Team. The team is trained to evaluate and respond to major emergency situations using the Incident Command System (ICS). ICS ensures effective management of the people, organizations, and resources utilized in response to emergencies. For more information, click here.