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Interserve wins £265 million account extension for s...

June 20th, 2017

Interserve has been awarded a two-year contract extension worth up to £265 million to continue as the infrastructure support provider for four stra...

Interserve to open up thousands of job opportunities...

May 8th, 2017

Interserve, together with its supply chain, will seek to make a lasting difference to the employment prospects of ex-offenders by opening up thousa...

Interserve awarded £230 million Defence Infrastructu...

April 18th, 2016

Interserve has been awarded a five-year contract worth approx. £230m, including additional works, with the Ministry of Defence’s Defence Infrastruc...

Interserve underway on £18 million military listed b...

July 14th, 2015

Interserve has started work carrying out specialist repairs to Sandhurst’s Grade 2 listed Royal Military Academy.

Interserve named preferred bidder to build new defen...

June 23rd, 2015

Interserve has been selected as preferred bidder to build the new £200 million Defence establishment at the Defence and National Rehabilitation Cen...

Summit to help realise the potential of Social Value...

February 3rd, 2015

Interserve and Social Enterprise UK are hosting the second annual Social Value Summit.


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Soldiers to Selfbuilders: Interserve joins Forces With Veterans

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...

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...

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.