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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Delivery of 14, three-bedroom affordable homes to Passivhaus standard under Exeter City Council’s COB II initiative. Includes two fully wheelchair-accessible properties.
Expansion of teaching facilities for primary school pupils in Torquay.
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...
We have launched our annual SustainAbilities Progress Update, reporting on a year of great progress delivering our ambitious goals across the Interserve group.
Plastic is one of the most persistent synthetic materials in existence and we use and dispose of tonnes of it every day.
Continuing to create places that benefit people, Interserve is currently building a new £200 million Defence establishment at the Defence and National Rehabilitation C...
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*.
We celebrated National Apprenticeship Week 2016 by taking a closer look at five of our apprentices from across the business, who share their top tips for success.
I have worked as an apprentice civil engineer for Interserve’s equipment services business, RMD Kwikform, for a year and a half.
I knew for a while that I didn’t want to go to university when I finished college, but I still had a lot to learn, so an apprenticeship seemed like it would be the bes...
I love being an apprentice because I can work, earn and learn, and I have a very clear career pathway early on.
My ultimate goal is to become a garden designer which will allow me to be creative and exercise all the skills I’ve learnt so far.