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...

Welcome Fred!

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...

Bridge Attachments

Sarvicus is focused on OSP construction and Information and Communication Technologies (ICT).  The OSP Construction division encompasses so many different services.  Bridge attachments is one of Sarvicus’ specialties.  The photos highlight one of our recent projects. ...

11 Years and Counting

For the past 11 years, Sarvicus has worked by following our tagline “Service Spelled a Little Bit Differently”.  The success of the organization and the recognition by other organizations is a testament to our customers, employees and leadership team. We thank DUN...

Ranked #92 in the Inc. 5000 Regionals (Texas)

For the second years in a row, Sarvicus has been selected as one of the fastest growing private companies in Texas.  Even with the tremendous challenges that have faced our customers and country, our employee and leadership team stayed focused on our mission to “Spell...

Giving is important – even in tough times

by | Feb 23, 2021 | Uncategorized

As we progress into 2021, it’s important to remember to be thankful for the blessings we receive.  While Sarvicus has faced many challenges, we have also been fortunate to continue with our mission of serving our customers.  We also serve in our community and realize giving back is important.  Whether it’s through sponsorships, time donated, or other means, every little bit makes a difference.

Sarvicus recently donated Amazon gift cards to every faculty member at Westbury Christian School.  These gift cards were a small token of our appreciation.  Education has been a challenge with COVID and the past winter storms that impacted the entire State of Texas.  We want to thank all “educators” for their support of educating our next generation.

THANK YOU

The Sarvicus Family