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Critical environments

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CRITICAL ENVIRONMENTS

Ensuring business continuity through the delivery of specialist services.

Business continuity is imperative where any failure can cause catastrophic business impact for clients, such as data centres and broadcasting venues. Supply chains must be not only highly responsive but also possess specialist skill sets in niche areas; able to work to exacting programmes, delivering a flawless service at all times.

Interserve supports some of the UK’s largest data centres and other critical infrastructure facilities. Our sector-focused approach brings in niche skill sets to ensure that we are able to support our clients' business objectives at all times.

Services include

  • Data centre design and build
  • IT hygiene
  • Cooling towers and chillers
  • UPS / generators
  • Maintenance and electrical
  • Lighting
  • Fire protection systems
  • Building management
  • Energy management
  • Catering
  • Cleaning
  • Security
  • Pest control
  • Waste management

Over the years we have built an enviable reputation for delivering in some of the most critical infrastructure environments, including data centres, nuclear power stations, live broadcast facilities, water and power facilities.

Our facilities teams deliver cleaning regimes tailored to the clients' needs, enhanced security, manpower and full facilities management and maintenance. While our construction teams deliver visionary solutions that support and enhance our clients' business performance. 


Over 400 professionals deliver bespoke IT hygiene & data cleaning services #ingenuityatwork @InterserveNews

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