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.
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With the NHS under pressure, and the need to move complex care patients back to their homes, how can we ensure that the needs of patients are met safely?
The use of measurement and data in delivering effective workplaces.
Working under the MoJ Strategic Alliance Framework, the HMP/YOI Isis development comprises a 480-place Category C training prison.
To refurbish the Harwich Town Floodgates using our technical skills and experience to overcome any physical challenges and provide the best results we can.
To improve traffic flow on the A38 at the Markeaton roundabout and Little Eaton roundabouts.
Upgrading a London landmark for the 21st century - refurbishing and strengthening the iconic Albert Bridge across the Thames.
Working with clients can offer all sorts of different opportunities to spark positive action in communities and make an impact where it matters.
Interserve was appointed to design and deliver the Manchester proton beam therapy centre through a rigorous P21+ procurement process.
Interserve was the ProCure21+ Principal Supply Chain Partner for The Christie NHS Foundation Trust to deliver a new haematology and transplant unit.
Interserve was responsible for the design and installation of the mechanical, electrical and public health services at the Christies Patient Care Centre.
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