Investing the Future

Sarvicus is pleased to announce the acquisition of 10 acres of undeveloped property. This additional asset will be the future headquarter for Sarvicus, provide a new warehouse, state of an art training facility, and additional storage. “This has been on our radar for...

ICT Recognition

Sarvicus will be on the upcoming cover of the upcoming Enterprise Networking Magazine - Cabling 2021 Edition. We are excited to “tell our story” and show how our information and communications technology (ICT) team helps our customers on a daily basis. “Our executive...

The Numbers are In

As Inc. announced last month, Sarvicus made the Inc. 5000 list for 2021. This was the third time in the past three years. When you dig deeper into the numbers, Sarvicus ranked 235 in the great state of Texas, 45 in the Telecommunications segment, and 54th in Houston,...

Third Time is a Charm

For Sarvicus, the third time is a charm.  Sarvicus has been recognized as one of the fastest-growing private companies in 2021.  Sarvicus has been ranked in the top 5000 in 2019 (rank: 499), 2020 (rank: 324), and now, 2021 (rank: 2741).  Being recognized one time is...

Sarvicus off to record start in 2021

Sarvicus has been off to a “record” start.  From 2020 to 2021, Sarvicus has seen an increase in sales over 33% for the 1st half of the year.  While COVID-19 did have some impact in 2020, Sarvicus still finished the year at an all time high. “Sarvicus has focused on...

ISP Division Announced – Sarvicus Expands Services

by | Jun 1, 2019 | Announcements

Over the past several months, Sarvicus has been investing into developing an ISP division.  The new portfolio of services are focused on structured cabling, audio and video, camera solutions, security / alarm, and fire solutions.  Sarvicus has expanded from its current two divisions, OSP and IT, with the addition of the ISP division.

“As our customer’s requirements change, we evaluate services that we can drive with quality and value.  Adding the ISP division really helps bridge the gap from our OSP to IT services. We can deliver from the carrier all the way to the end customer.  This is an important strategic step for our organization” – Marc Packard, CEO.