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Landmarc recognised in prestigious MOD Sanctuary Awards

October 14th, 2014

Landmarc has been recognised in the Heritage Projects category of the prestigious MOD Sanctuary awards for its restoration work on Scraesdon Fort i...

Landmarc and X-Forces combine to help ex-service per...

May 30th, 2014

Landmarc, one of Interserve's joint ventures, is announcing a new partnership which will help hundreds of ex-service personnel into the world of bu...

Interserve subsidiary Landmarc wins new contract wor...

May 12th, 2014

Landmarc will continue to support DIO to manage military training facilities across the MoD’s 190,000 hectare UK training estate, a position it has...

Interserve completes Help for Heroes rehabilitation ...

January 7th, 2014

Interserve hands over the second of two new facilities to benefit military personnel and veterans undergoing recovery.

Interserve wins place on £250 million east region MO...

December 9th, 2013

Interserve awarded place on the £250m Defence framework.

Interserve wins industry award for defence partnership

November 27th, 2013

Interserve wins the 2013 Premises and Facilities Management (PFM) Partners in FM Secure Facilities award.


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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.