Offering advice, design, construction & support services for society's infrastructure & provide a range of plant & equipment in specialist fields.
Providing a wide range of services in diverse environments. Our strength lies in our ability to bring several services together.
Our drive to expand our operational footprint has been a hallmark of the business for many decades. We now trade and operate in more than 40 countries.
Featured below is a snapshot of our major projects across all our sectors, services and locations. Use the filter above to refine your search.
The Government’s Transforming Rehabilitation programme introduced new arrangements for the provision of resettlement services for all prisoners leaving custody.
The Transforming Rehabilitation agenda has enabled the private sector to invest in new ways to address the high levels of re-offending.
Extensive renovation and refurbishment of a Grade II* listed building located in the heart of the University’s busy Edgbaston Campus.
Delivery of 14, three-bedroom affordable homes to Passivhaus standard under Exeter City Council’s COB II initiative. Includes two fully wheelchair-accessible properties.
Expansion of teaching facilities for primary school pupils in Torquay.
We are delivering an integrated facilities management solution across Europe for a leading global manufacturer of electronic products sold in the consumer and professi...
Since April 2014 Interserve has been delivering facilities management services to the BBC’s UK estate.
Innovative construction techniques help deliver state-of-the-art 60-bed medium secure unit.
Supporting Oxford University Estates Services since 2012, Interserve is delivering mechanical and engineering services across the university’s 74,400 square metre estate.
Interserve provides an integrated facilities management solution to more than 1 million square feet at Festival Place in Basingstoke.
The new Sid Watkins building at The Walton Centre NHS Foundation Trust provides 5* therapeutic environments while reducing energy costs.
The demolition of an existing 1960s office block and the construction of a 150 bedroom Premier Inn “Hub” concept hotel.