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Our People

Edward Kacal – Chief Executive Officer


Edward Kacal has been at the helm of Servus Limited since 2013 and brought 30+ years of experience in company acquisition and mergers, capital intensive projects in the manufacturing sector, and organizational transformation projects to the table. Edward also lectures part-time at the University of the West Indies (UWI) in MSc programs in Project Management and in Strategic Planning. Edward likens being CEO to that of a being a good sailor. A good sailor rises to the challenge of a stormy windy day. So too does a CEO as they navigate turbulent economic conditions on a constant basis.

Raul Mohammed – Chief Operating Officer


Raul Mohammed has been involved in the facilities services sector for over 20 years and is responsible for ensuring that our FM teams consistently deliver best-in-class solutions to our clients across multiple industries. A hardcore automotive enthusiast, Raul brings that same enthusiasm associated with the automotive industry to the discipline of facilities management.

Alvin Morton – Business Services Manager


Character is following through on a decision long after the excitement and emotion of the moment has passed. This is a quote from the late Cavett Roberts that Alvin seeks to aspire to. An eclectic professional of 20 years covering interventions in Operations, Project Management and Commercial Management, Alvin believes that the largest room in the world is the one for self-improvement. Accordingly, for the last 8 years he has been dedicated to Toastmasters International, an organization whose slogan is ‘Where Leaders are made’

Dennis Mangroo – Operations Manager


Dennis Mangroo has more than 25 years of hands-on experience in the areas of operations and maintenance. Before joining the Servus family, Dennis spent over two decades in the energy sector where he developed a deep interest in project management and MEP systems. As Dennis’ own technical knowledge grew, so did his passion for the industry so much so, he pursued his MSc in Facilities Management as well as became a training mentor/advisor for a number of technical/vocational institutions including NESC.

Darryl Alexander – Operations Manager – Technical Services


Darryl joined Servus over a decade ago as a Facilities Manager and worked his way to his current position of Operations Manager. With a practical background in electrical engineering, Darryl’s greatest passion is to inspire others to achieve their fullest potential.

Lawrence Boodasingh – Operations Manager


An FM professional with over 15 years of practice, Lawrence has embraced the concepts and techniques of Total Facilities Management. Having trained and worked in the United Kingdom for a number of years, Lawrence returned to Trinidad & Tobago to offer his professional service to a then developing FM industry. Lawrence Oversees the daily operations of several multi-tenanted commercial sites to ensure the continual delivery of optimum service levels to his customers.

Randy John – Operations Manager


Randy leads a diverse client portfolio including customers in the energy and financial sectors, and possesses both local and international FM experience. Randy applies his facilities management know-how and business acumen on a daily basis to ensure the sites under his purview operate at optimal efficiency. He enjoys a good challenge and is always keen to learn and spread awareness about the facilities management industry.

Stefan Ramasar – Operations Manager


Stefan Ramasar has always been fascinated by how the world worked. This translated into his pursuit of a career in Mechanical Engineering. As a now seasoned Engineer, Stefan has been exposed to several facets of the discipline including chemical, electrical, mechanical and environmental control. Approximately 6 years ago, Stefan brought his wealth of knowledge to Servus where he continues to demonstrate a keen knack for seeing beyond the obvious and finding innovative solutions to enable clients to go about their core business without interruption.