Offering advice, design, construction and support services for society's infrastructure. We work in true partnership throughout the lifecycle of a project.
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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Ingenuity House was named among the best workplaces in the country at the British Council for Offices (BCO) annual National Awards, taking home the highly coveted Inno...
“I chose to work within the construction industry due to it not being your average job. Every day is different,” says Alisha.
Colleagues cleared 27 bags of rubbish from Brighton beach as part of our commitment to improving the environment.
James Rayner started his career with Interserve at a call centre a decade ago and after completing two qualifications is now a Project Manager working on a variety on ...
Organised by Women Into Construction, supported by Interserve Engineering Services - Molly’s employer – the event brought together women from across the industry to ce...
Sukhvir Sarai completed an apprenticeship part funded by Interserve Group Limited which has helped her progress in the company’s Support Services division.
Interserve has participated in a year-long trial organised by Ford to test plug-in hybrid electric commercial vehicles.
Megan Youngs is a finalist in this year’s Green Gown Awards for her work pioneering environmentally friendly processes at the University of Sussex.
The growth of the knowledge economy means we need to think differently about how we approach the workplace.
Our Project team explains the complexities of constructing this pre-cast concrete frame building in a tight city centre location.
Our focus and continued investment on delivering the best possible customer experience (CX) sets Interserve apart from our competitors in the facilities management ind...
When it comes to workplace experiences, how far can technology go in satisfying the needs of employees and building users?