Biscuits & Gravy, Inc.
Founded 1976, Fraser Limited is a DBA of Biscuits & Gravy, Inc., A California Corporation (retired)



Biscuits & Gravy is the parent company for a diverse variety of dissimilar businesses ranging from Energy Acquisition to Construction Management.  International in scale, diverse in scope, we are constantly looking to add new business lines to our portfolio.  Our present line of offerings include:



Energy Management and Acquisition

Laser Engraving, CNC Machine Engraving

Corporate Real Estate Operations Consulting and Performance Auditing

Energy Conservation Auditing and Implementation

Construction Project Management for Commercial Real Estate

Our Team to Serve

Kevin Fraser has committed his career to providing quality services in his chosen areas of expertise. Select professionals assigned to our team strive to provide practical, responsive service (service that addresses the complexities of the marketplace). Some of this same team completed the evaluation of a complex twenty year energy acquisition agreement for a major California university.

FRASER LIMITED is supported by a superior network of industry specialists in the United States and worldwide. They also have direct access to vast resources that can respond to your needs.

Specifically, to address your question of qualifications, we have included our lead resume. Kevin Fraser, as the firm’s founder, will serve as engagement executive bringing oversight and leadership assurance to your project. As engagement executive responsible for the day to day efforts on the project his resume contains specific examples of firms that Mr.Fraser has assisted and the nature of each assignment.

As cost reduction opportunities are pursued, we will continue to draw upon other key professionals with industry-specific skills and experience as necessary.

As the founder of the FRASER LIMITED Real Estate Group, Kevin is responsible for all aspects of real estate services to commercial developers and operators, residential builders, health care providers, government, financial institutions, real estate investment trusts, corporate real estate clients and pension and institutional investors.

His expertise includes real estate finance and he has extensive experience working with pension advisory firms and commercial and residential developers, financial institutions and corporate real estate executives.


Mr. Fraser has forty years of Real Estate experience in Facilities Management, Construction, Design (Mechanical/Electrical/Plumbing) and Consulting. A recognized expert in building systems and energy management, Mr. Fraser has specialized in multi-site facility operations and review, with a focus on energy acquisition and energy project design.

Prior to joining PG&E Energy Services as a National Director Mr. Fraser served as an international Corporate Real Estate Consultant for Ernst & Young Kenneth Leventhal.  He has held facilities and administration management responsibilities for David Rockefeller, Prudential Insurance, John Portman & Associates, Pacific Park Plaza and Wind River Systems.

In these positions he has been responsible for the immediate supervision of over one hundred Stationary Engineers, daily direct operation of eight million square feet of office, retail, residential, guest and R&D in the United States and nine international sites. Construction/Project management include over ten million square feet of new and tenant improvement construction, with single project values exceeding one hundred million dollars. A specialty expertise often utilized is leading high-level negotiations. Experience in this field includes government employee unions, private sector union labor, and business sector negotiations up to one quarter billion dollars.

Mr. Fraser is credited with writing and releasing the nation’s first true open market RFP for deregulated electricity. He has led or participated in energy commodity and related services totaling billions of dollars and including the largest single energy services agreement in history. His experience includes representing the end user, intermediary, independent third party and supplier. Widely published in fields from Healthcare, Hospitality, Real Estate and Energy, Mr. Fraser is also a prolific speaker who has addressed industry groups in excess of one thousand participants.
* The now-ubiquitous Occupancy Sensor was originally invented by Kevin D. Fraser of San Francisco. The prototype utilized existing ultrasonic intrusion alarm technology coupled to conventional industrial timers, with basic switching elements. First prototype was crafted on a plywood base; the first model required a separate transmitter and receiver processing 20,200 cycles per second of sound energy. Mr. Fraser was employed by and developed the device for the Embarcadero Center high-rise office complex in San Francisco, and as such employee did not profit from the invention. He took the concept to Unisec security devices and had them build a single piece transceiver based on 277VAC - the level of electricity used for commercial lighting in the Embarcadero Center complex. Four hundred of these units were installed under a newly named UNENCO brand, and installed in the bathrooms of the four high-rise towers. This was an immediate success. This application received Congressional Mention for Kevin Fraser's efforts, as well as various Pacific Gas & Electric awards. Noted local columnist Herb Caen made mention that one should not sit too long in the stalls at Embarcadero Center, and the word caught on regarding the technology. While not receiving a patent, Mr. Fraser was acknowledged by the Association of Energy Engineers (AEE) as the inventor.

Representative Facilities Experience
Mr. Fraser led the efforts of overall energy management for the Embarcadero Center in San Francisco, creating an established savings of seventeen million dollars over a six year period. Received Pacific Gas & Electric Company’s Award for Significant Rate Contribution, as well as group Congressional Mention for energy reductions. For a six hundred unit condominium tower, he led efforts resulting in a construction defects settlement of twenty three million dollars, and administrated the ensuing remedial design and engagements. During the first three months operating the facility power costs were reduced by fifty percent, an additional twenty five percent reduction in use was accomplished in the next six months. Mr. Fraser brought Wind River Systems, a forty-four percent compounded growth technology firm, from a small single local building, to the inception of a multi-building campus world headquarters.  Facing deregulation, Mr. Fraser negotiated a flat twenty-five percent discount on electricity with the established local provider. As National Director for PG&E Energy Services he crafted the real estate industry deal structures responsible for bringing together the largest energy/real estate deal in history with Jones Lang LaSalle.


1987 Monterey Peninsula College, California State Fire Academy, Fire Prevention Officer

1981 San Francisco Certified Fire Safety Director

1975 Healds College of Engineering, National Career Institute, FCC 1stClass License, Electronics Engineering concentration

Professional Affiliations

Chairman Tax, Legislation & Codes Committee, Building Owners & Managers Association (BOMA) San Francisco(1987-1988)
President of Three Separate 501(c)3 corporations

Director Apprentice Board Stationary Engineers Local 39 (1986-1990)

Director/Sr. V.P. Mutual Music Corporation (MMC) (1982-1990)

Commissioner Fire Protection District, County of Marin (1987-1990)
Commissioner Aviation, County of Marin (2002-2004)

President Town Council, Strawberry - Mill Valley (1985-1987)

Member Mayor’s Commission on Energy Conservation, San Francisco Mayors Feinstein                    and Agnos

Charter Member Association of Energy Engineers/Environmental Engineers

Member Power Association of Northern California

Member Power Association of Southern California

Uniform Building Code (UBC) passages on High-Rise Sprinkler Retrofit, Sprinkler Exemptions and Alternatives (1986) San Francisco Building Code, High-Rise Sprinkler Retrofit Requirements

San Francisco Municipal Code, co-authored Commercial Energy Conservation Ordinance (CECO)

AEE, Cogeneration and Competitive Power Journal

Hospital Materials Management magazine

Facilities Management magazine

Mr. Fraser has written articles for newsline publications. He has been quoted by the MegawattDaily, the Los Angeles Times, and the San Francisco Chronicle, and featured as cover interview in Energy Buyer magazine and MegaWatt Daily.

Instructor of consulting marketing for large national construction group.

Chairman and speaker at national conference on Total Energy Management.

Speaker on energy infrastructure improvements/cash flow to healthcare industry.

International World Energy Engineering Congress

ICSC Centerbuild '98

Association of Energy Engineers, World Energy Congress

IFMA, World Workplace’99