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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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?
The Allam Medical Building is the stunning centrepiece of the University of Hull’s health campus, home to the Hull York Medical School.
Despite the importance of the ‘customer experience’ having been recognised for many years, the role of the Chief Customer Officer is still a relatively rare creature.
Join the topping out celebrations to mark the completion of the highest part of this multi-storey residential tower on 4th May 2018. Meet the West Midlands Mayor Andy ...
A new-build teaching facility for the University of York on the Heslington East Campus.
Interserve was awarded a contract to refurbish two blocks of flats in Swansea.
Key findings and practical steps to create and manage high performing work spaces.
This video is a short trailer, showcasing the development of this innovative multi-storey precast frame building with bricks cast in off site.
Following the successful completion of the Technology Hub for the STFC Interserve was awarded the Accelerator Science and Technology Centre refurbishment project at Sc...
The Thames Estuary 2100 Strategy outlines the need to maintain a tidal defence across the entrance to Tilbury Docks until the year 2050.