Year in Review

As we wrap up activities for 2021, we quickly will change focus to 2022.  Some say that as we get older, time goes by a little faster.  For me, it just seems like a short time ago I was reflecting on 2020 and focusing on 2021.  For Sarvicus, this year has had many...

New Address Coming Soon

Sarvicus acquired 10 acres earlier this year.  We are pleased to announce that our new headquarters is coming in March 2022.  Once we get settled, we will share updates and some photos! Sarvicus, LLC 28427 Riley Road Waller, TX 77484

Sarvicus Ranch

Following the announcement last month of Sarvicus purchasing 10 acres for relocation of the main office, work has already begun. Underbrush removal has started so further decisions on “what will go where” can...

Major Contract Awarded with Harris County, Texas

We are proud to announce that Sarvicus was awarded the Installation of School Zone Flasher Assemblies and Related Improvements for Harris County, Texas. The contract includes the installation of 200 school zone flasher systems with cellular communication, remote...

Happy Thanksgiving!

From our family to yours, we wish everyone a safe and happy Thanksgiving. While the year 2021 has been extremely challenging (much like 2020), we encourage everyone to look at the blessings that touched their lives. It’s a time for family, friends, and remembering...

Welcome Fred!

by | Jul 5, 2021 | Announcements

New Year.  New Faces!  Sarvicus wants to welcome Fred Koehler aboard.  Fred will be handling Sarvicus’ Traffic Signal projects for the OSP Construction division.  He is a seasoned professional that has managed projects of all sizes throughout the South East Texas area.  Fred’s personality fits right in at Sarvicus.  He has set his goals high and we are very pleased to bring him aboard so we can achieve them together.  Stay tuned as Fred pushes his game plan forward.  Now, a few words from Fred himself.

I started my career in the transportation industry in 2001 at Montgomery County Texas as the first traffic signal technician for the county. Over the next 12 years I worked with a dedicated team of hand picked professionals building the Northstar Regional Transportation system from design to implementation installing 70 miles of fiber optic network interconnecting all of the Counties traffic signals and over 500 CCTV cameras to Northstar.

Formal technical training was obtained at Texas A&M Engineers Extension Service and Lightbrigade. I hold the highest traffic signal technician certification from the International Municipal  Signal Association as well as Traffic Signal and Advanced Technology Inspection Certifications. In 2013 I left the public sector when Commissioner Ed Chance retired and moved into transportation construction. During the last 8 years working with leaders in the industry I have developed a project management philosophy that places the customer on top, by placing the customer first I believe that the company will naturally be provided for. I have experience in not only successfully acquiring multi-million dollar project but carrying the project all the way to a successful completion.