- E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
- Call 510-666-2666
- In-person at Room 174
- Slack/Direct Message any Facilities Staff
If it is a life-threatening emergency, dial 911 from a building phone or 510-642-3333 from a cell phone.
For urgent building issues that impact health and safety, threaten research, or affect instruction, call 510-326-0496. If you cannot get a response, please call Campus Facilities Services at 510-642-1032. Both phone lines are monitored 24/7. Emergencies include (but are not limited to) no power; flood; toilet backups; broken pipe; suspect gas leak.
Facilities Staff Contacts
Director of Facilities and Engineering
Environmental Health & Safety Specialist
Stanley Hall Assistant Building Manager
Facilities Services and Support
You must not make any repairs and alterations yourself. If discovered, you may be liable to restore the space to its original condition. If your lab or office needs any repairs or alterations, contact Stanley Facilities. Your request will be reviewed and forwarded to the appropriate department. If you have already initiated the scoping/design process with an appropriate department, you still need to contact Stanley Facilities for approval to proceed.
The following are common examples of alterations:
- Tamper with electrical or data wiring
- Install additional locks
- Drill holes into walls or floors
QB3 has an online room reservation system that allows you to view all conference rooms, the Atriums, the three General Assignment Classrooms (105, 106 and 179) and the Multimedia Room, 177 (you can also view scheduled utility shutdowns that might impact your research). With a login username and password, Stanley occupants can reserve any of the conference rooms, except 808. Requests from Stanley occupants for login username and password should be sent to email@example.com.
Requests for the General Assignment Classrooms, Conference Room 808, Atriums, or other specialty areas can be submitted through the Stanley Hall reservation request system. Provide all required information and your request will generally be processed within one week.
Stanley Hall is open to the public Monday through Friday 7 AM to 6 PM, but access to most rooms are restricted by either electronic card key or metal keys. All building occupants must have either a Cal ID or UCPD issued card key (for non-UC employees) to access the building during off-business hours.
Rooms/areas with card key access (Doors on the card key system do not have metal key overrides):
- Exterior Doors
- Conference Rooms – Rms 221, 321, 421, 482, 521, 621, 808
- Bike Storage Room – Rm 159
- Rad Waste Room – Rm 161
- Medical Waste Room – Rm 163
- NMR Suite – B304
- Crystallography Suite – Rm 331
- Server Room – 260M
- Server Room – 324N
- BNC Area – Level 1 (east side)
- Stockroom – Rm 156
Metal keys will be issued for all other areas:
- Lab or Office
- Common Area
- Liquid Nitrogen Area – Rm 170 (at loading dock)
- Workrooms on your floor
- Equipment Rooms on your floor
- Instrument Rooms
- Mailroom – Rm 176
- Showers on level B1
- Autoclave and Glasswash rooms on levels B2, 2, 3, 4, and 6
- Emergency Response Room
- Copiers in Rms 334 and 434
Keep Stanley Safe:
- Access into the building is restricted from 6 PM to 7 AM the next day. Authorized Personnel Only.
- Keep doors closed behind you.
- Don’t let unidentified people float in behind you.
- Ask strangers to wait outside the building while their hosts are summoned.
- Politely offer to walk them to Room 174 for further assistance. If they have legitimate business, they will appreciate it.
- Do not leave any valuable items out.
- If you hear or see something suspicious, contact UCPD at (510) 642-6760. In case of imminent threat to life or property, dial 9-1-1 or (510) 642-3333 from a cell phone on or near campus for emergency response.
Do not leave trash or containers in the stairways or hallway. The hallways should be clear at all times in case of an emergency.
Do not use your own garbage bags.
Do not put any sharps (e.g. needles) in trash or leave them on the floor. Uncontaminated sharps cannot be thrown in the trash. They must be put away in a sturdy cardboard box that is sealed with tape. Then mark the box “Trash, Please Remove” so the custodians know to pick it up.
Chemical containers are only to be placed in trash if the container is triple rinsed, defaced, and dry.
If the custodians see any sharps, powder, paste, or liquid on the floor, they will not service the area for their own health and safety.
For guidance on the disposal of hazardous material, consult the EH&S Dispose of Waste.
For special cleaning requests such as carpet shampoo or cleaning appliances are recharged, submit a general request to Stanley Facilities.
Liquid nitrogen is available to authorized labs in the filling station, Room 170 (outside at the loading dock, NW side of the building). The common area key signed out to each occupant will provide access to this area. There is an automatic filling station for use with pressurized dewars and a manual fill station for non-pressurized vessels. There is an incline going down into the room so take caution when entering and exiting. Please contact Thom Opal for guidance on safe use of these fill stations.
Dry Ice (sign-out required) is available in the Stockroom, Room 156. Please email Receiving at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions. If you plan to ship materials packed with dry ice, please contact Thom Opal or campus EH&S.
During Open Office Hours:
Option 1 – come to Room 174: Our staff will unlock the room for you without charge. If no one is in the office, call 510-326-0496 to find out when a staff member will be available.
Option 2 – call Campus Facilities Services at 510-642-1032: A locksmith will unlock the room for a fee of about $400. A valid chartstring must be provided at time of request.
After Business Hours (Including weekends and University Holidays):
There is no service provided for lockouts after business hours. You may want to create a backup plan for times that you might be locked out so that you can avoid possible long waits for help or any fee charges.
If you have lost a key, contact UCPD at (510) 642-6760 (or 510-642-3333 for TTY users) to file a police report.
Submit a request by providing your room number along with a description of the problem. Photos are encouraged.
Routine maintenance of the building is provided by Campus Facilities Services free of charge. It does not extend to damages due to misuse and negligence; labs will be held financially responsible for those required repairs.
Seismic bracing of standard laboratory equipment is paid for by Stanley Facilities if work is requested through Stanley Facilities. Any request made outside of Stanley Facilities will not be reimbursed. Beyond standard equipment, the lab is responsible for the cost of seismic design and anchorage.
Neither Campus Facilities Services nor Stanley Facilities is responsible for maintenance of laboratory-owned equipment.
For filming and media requests please contact:
QB3-Berkeley Communications Manager
Bicycles should not be kept in labs or offices. Stanley Hall is equipped with a bicycle storage room for day use by occupants. It is on card key entry, and access must be requested through Building Facilities (email@example.com) There are also bicycle racks on the west side of the building for locking up bikes outside.
Additional bicycle parking exists on the southeast corner of Heart Memorial Mining Building, the north side of Latimer Hall, and the south, west, and east sides of Evans Hall.
Postings may not be taped or stapled to walls. Stanley Hall has white boards or chalk boards with cork boards, in all the elevator lobbies. The following are rules for postings in general areas at Stanley Hall:
• All postings must be dated with the date initially hung. Any posting without a date will be removed.
• Regular postings have a shelf life of two weeks.
• Event announcement postings expire the day after the event.
• No solicitation postings.
• Postings should have something to do with the building’s science or occupant events.
University policy requires that for any event being held on campus where alcohol will be served, whether for sale or not, a Permission to Serve Alcoholic Beverages form must be filled out and submitted to the UC Police Department (UCPD) for approval. Groups wishing to serve alcohol should complete the following steps in this order: 1) complete the top section of the form in full, 2) submit the form to the sponsoring group for signature approval, 3) submit the form to the Stanley Hall Facilities staff for signature approval, and 4) send a copy to UCPD. A copy of the UCPD fully approved form should be on hand at every function. The form needs to be received by UCPD at least one week prior to event date. Events failing to complete or have the form on hand may be denied the serving of alcohol.
Contact Kris Thompson, the department equipment custodian.
- Emergency Response Rooms: B254, B154, 134, 254, 354, 454, 554, 654, 754
- Autoclaves: B127, 127, 235, 348B, 430, 633
- Ice Machines: B225, B103B, 127, 277, 365B, 465, 531A, 633, 727
- Glasswashers: B227, 235, 430
- Showers: B136A, B136B
- Vending Machine: B135 (north side of the building by Stairs #1)
- Liquid Nitrogen Fill Station: 170, 230A, B304B
- Stockroom: 156
- Bike Room: 159
- Radiation Waste Room: 161
- Medical Waste Room: 163
- Mail Room: 176
- Purchasing: 174
- Facilities: 174
- Café: 178
- Human Resources: 108
- Contracts & Grants: 206
- Communications: 206
- Conference Rooms: 221, 321, 421, 482, 521, 621, 808