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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Key findings and practical steps to create and manage high performing work spaces.
This video is a short trailer, showcasing the development of this innovative multi-storey precast frame building with bricks cast in off site.
Cyber-attacks sent via email (or malicious emails) are a serious threat and a common method by criminals to gain access to IT systems or commit fraud.
Following the successful completion of the Technology Hub for the STFC Interserve was awarded the Accelerator Science and Technology Centre refurbishment project at Sc...
The Thames Estuary 2100 Strategy outlines the need to maintain a tidal defence across the entrance to Tilbury Docks until the year 2050.
In 2013, Boston experienced the worst floods in its history. Interserve were contracted to install a new 240m long sheet piled wall in front of the existing.
As facilities management (FM) providers, we can influence and change the way we manage different environments – identifying the workplace consumer is therefore key to ...
Jane Sadler, who recently retired after 20 years with Interserve, has written a fascinating blog for the National Autistic Society. In it she reflects on working with ...
We’ve embarked on a new venture with Rise Bakery, a social enterprise initiative formed by the homeless charity Providence Row.
In the past 10 years we have seen digitisation completely revolutionise the way in which passengers use stations.
Why should you or your child consider an apprenticeship as the next step in your career? Well, there are many benefits to doing an apprenticeship...
A 2017 survey of 1,000 UK employees found that 90% of respondents go into their workplace while feeling poorly. This is unchanged from similar research a year ago.