As one of the world’s foremost support services and construction companies, Interserve operates in both the public and private sectors, offering advice, design, construction, equipment, facilities management and front-line public services.
The company conducts operations in the UK and overseas, has a workforce of more than 75,000 people worldwide and has a gross revenue of £3.1 billion.
Interserve oversees projects within the industrial, commercial and highway sectors. Projects have included transforming a Grade II Listed building into a mixed-use development; the A43 Corby link road project; and Neo Bankside.
When it comes to industrial works, Interserve has the capabilities to support the entire life cycle of industrial assets, whether it is a new build project or maintenance. In the highways sector, Interserve is a leading contractor for the design and construction of new highways, structures and maintenance schemes, providing tailored solutions and totally integrated support to clients. In the commercial sector, Interserve is able to drive the maximum value from commercial property and services include estate and asset management, feasibility, planning and financing, facilities management, construction and refurbishment.
Interserve operates in more than 40 countries, from Africa and Australia to the Americas and the Middle East. Closer to home the company has divisions throughout the UK, including an industrial and a construction division in Scotland.
Earlier this year, it was announced that Interserve was to team with Kajima on a joint venture to build and maintain a national blood centre for Scotland. The £50million centre is being built at Heriot-Watt Research Park and will be completed in spring 2017.
The project, handled by Interserve Kajima will see a purpose built facility constructed specifically to handle processing and blood testing, along with tissue and cell testing. The project forms part of the Scottish Government’s £750million pipeline of health projects, which is in the process of delivering infrastructure across Scotland.
A spokesperson for Interserve, said:
“We are a modern, progressive business, with a clear strategic direction, a strong leadership team and an effective governance framework in place. Our vision is underpinned by a set of values that shapes how we manage our relationships with clients, employees, shareholders, suppliers and communities. Underpinning our service delivery is the drive to create a sustainable business and minimise our impact on the environment.
“At Interserve, we look at property differently. We know how commercial buildings are used and experienced – now and for the future. We understand every aspect of the planning, funding and development process and the day-to-day support of commercial facilities. With a long heritage and Grade One financial stability, we are able to manage the life cycle of entire estates in-house.
“Everyone has a voice, so we listen and encourage openness. We value all views and opinions, we welcome discussion and we treat people as we, ourselves, would want to be treated – with respect and patience. We also believe we can do better; asking questions, thinking differently, seeking solutions and creating ideas to support our customers and adding value.”
For further information on Interserve or to take a look at some of Interserve’s projects, please visit: www.interserve.com.