In 1985, Terry McCann started ConServ Equipment Corporation. His degrees in electronics and computer maintenance, along with experience working for an industrial automation service company in St. Louis, Missouri, provided the necessary foundation to start a business servicing electronic batch controls on concrete plants (hence the name ConServ, combining Concrete and Service).
Soon ConServ became the authorized dealer for CON-E-CO in Texas. Technicians working for ConServ installed and serviced concrete batch controls, as well as computer controlled machine tools.
ConServ has since moved away from the machine tool industry and caters exclusively to the construction materials industry, selling CON-E-CO concrete batch plants and equipment and Sysdyne controls. See their logos and links on our Industry Links page.