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What are the benefits of building to Passivhaus standard?

Passivhaus is the fastest growing energy performance standard in the world. Here are three main benefits of building to Passivhaus standard.

Decoding the workplace experience

The smell, noise and temperature of the working environment are among the main factors that influence employees’ experiences of the workplace and can impact productivi...

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.

Where next? Changing attitudes towards apprenticeships

The new Minister for Apprenticeships and Skills recently said that he wanted apprenticeships to be seen ‘as prestigious as going to Oxbridge’.

Helping ex-military employees re-adjust to civilian life

Finding the right type of work can go a long way to helping those who have worked for the military to re-adjust and settle back in to civilian life.

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.

Understanding the science behind effective workplaces

Over the past 20 years the workplace industry in the UK has been fixated on improving asset efficiency. But somewhere along the line, we forgot about the impact this h...

The highlights from our 2015 SustainAbilities report

We have launched our annual SustainAbilities Progress Update, reporting on a year of great progress delivering our ambitious goals across the Interserve group.

Plastic - not fantastic

Plastic is one of the most persistent synthetic materials in existence and we use and dispose of tonnes of it every day.

Building a rehabilitation centre for the armed forces

Continuing to create places that benefit people, Interserve is currently building a new £200 million Defence establishment at the Defence and National Rehabilitation C...

What do forests do for us and how do we protect them?

In years gone by Britain was covered in trees but we are now the second least forested country in Europe with only 12 per cent cover*.