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Soldiers to Selfbuilders: Interserve joins forces with Ex-service Personnel

    Soldiers to Selfbuilders: Interserve joins forces with Ex-service Personnel
18th August 2017

Soldiers to Selfbuilders: Interserve joins forces with Ex-service Personnel

Soldiers to Selfbuilders: Interserve joins forces with Ex-service Personnel

As our Opportunities for All campaign turns its attention to some of the work we do to support ex-service personnel, we shine a light on a project we have been working on in Plymouth that helps homeless ex-servicemen get back on their feet through building their own houses, while learning new skills and gaining qualifications.

The initiative – known as the ‘Nelson Project’ – was featured in Construction News and shows what can happen when business and ex-services personnel come together.

"It was clear we could work with the CSBA to provide ex-servicemen with a real opportunity to improve and increase their confidence and self-worth,"

Paul Cockram, Interserve regional construction manager

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