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Case Studies

    Local government

Featured below is a snapshot of our major projects across all our sectors, services and locations. Use the filter above to refine your search.

Building a training prison for young adult males

Working under the MoJ Strategic Alliance Framework, the HMP/YOI Isis development comprises a 480-place Category C training prison.

A38 Little Eaton & Markeaton Roundabouts

To improve traffic flow on the A38 at the Markeaton roundabout and Little Eaton roundabouts.

Refurbishment of Albert Bridge

Upgrading a London landmark for the 21st century - refurbishing and strengthening the iconic Albert Bridge across the Thames.

Constructing a proton beam therapy centre at the Christie

Interserve was appointed to design and deliver the Manchester proton beam therapy centre through a rigorous P21+ procurement process.

High-tech teenage and young adult unit at The Christie NHS Foundation Trust

Interserve was the ProCure21+ Principal Supply Chain Partner for The Christie NHS Foundation Trust to deliver a new haematology and transplant unit.

Christies Patient Care Centre

Interserve was responsible for the design and installation of the mechanical, electrical and public health services at the Christies Patient Care Centre.

Design and build: Daresbury Science Park - Campus Technology Hub

Interserve was appointed to design and deliver the The Campus Technology Hub (CTH) a purpose-built engineering facility.

Through the gate

The Government’s Transforming Rehabilitation programme introduced new arrangements for the provision of resettlement services for all prisoners leaving custody.

An innovative approach to reduce re-offending

The Transforming Rehabilitation agenda has enabled the private sector to invest in new ways to address the high levels of re-offending.

Aston Webb Student Hub, University of Birmingham

Extensive renovation and refurbishment of a Grade II* listed building located in the heart of the University’s busy Edgbaston Campus.

Council Own Build II Passivhaus Residences

Delivery of 14, three-bedroom affordable homes to Passivhaus standard under Exeter City Council’s COB II initiative. Includes two fully wheelchair-accessible properties.

Cockington Primary School single-storey extension

Expansion of teaching facilities for primary school pupils in Torquay.