Director of Facilities
Building Superintendent 1
Central Utilities Plant (CUP)
574 New London Turnpike
Norwich, CT 06360
Internal & External Facility Use Policy
Maintenance Work Request
Facilities Reservation Request
Facilities, Maintenance & Event Management
Facilities & Maintenance Objective
The objective of Facilities & Maintenance is to provide a safe, secure, healthful environment to all students and facility occupants. We will strive to continuously improve our service processes and our customer satisfaction levels such that the facilities are maintained in a satisfactory and attractive condition. To this end, an adequate staff of professional maintainers and sufficient supplies and equipment are provided to the TRCC Community.
All maintenance requests are made by filling out a Maintenance Request Form and submitting it by email TR-FacilitiesServiceDesk@trcc.commnet.edu. The Facilities Maintenance Service Desk can be contacted at 860-215-9054.
Telephone orders are for emergencies only.
How to Apply for the Use of College Facilities
Three Rivers Community College encourages the use of its facilities for a broad range of College and community events. Based on space availability, internal college groups and external community organizations and groups are welcome to request the use of a classroom, conference room, or the multipurpose room for meetings, gatherings, and special events. A room rental fee will apply to any activity that is run solely by an external organization(s).
All reservation requests are made by filling out a Facility Reservation Request Form and submitting it by email to firstname.lastname@example.org the Facilities Scheduler who can be contacted at 860-215-9234.
For further details regarding the Three Rivers’ facility use process/fees and request form, please refer to the resources and forms links on the right side of this website.
Campus Master Plan
The Master Plan for Three Rivers Community College reflects a collaborative, interdisciplinary effort that engaged leadership and stakeholders from across the College and CSCU for seven months. A core goal for the Plan is to optimize the use of existing facilities and identify the most important projects needed for renewed and expanded buildings. Promoting sustainability in land use, buildings, operations, energy and resource use was also fundamental.
Multi-campus Hazard Mitigation Plan
This plan has been developed to proactively identify the hazards and vulnerabilities of natural disasters at any of the 17 campuses of the Connecticut State Colleges and Universities (CSCU) system and Board of Regents office at 61 Woodland St., and any actions or projects that could reduce these risks. The plan can be found at: http://www.ct.edu/facilities