Interserve 'winning in the UK and the Middle East'

Interserve says it is trading within current market expectations, as it wins significant new projects in the UK and the Middle East.

In an interim management statement covering the period from the start of the year to now, the company adds that it has completed the acquisition of Initial Facilities, and the integration of the new business with the rest of Interserve is on track.

During the period in the UK the company has won work from the Department for Education, Christie NHS Foundation, the Foreign & Commonwealth Office, Mercedes-Benz, Haribo, the University of Birmingham, the Scottish National Blood Transfusion Service and Southampton City Council, among others.

Its subsidiary Landmarc has also been selected as preferred bidder by DIO for the National Training Estate Prime.

It has also won over £100m worth of projects in Oman, Qatar and the UAE, including Doha Festival City, Qatar’s largest retail and entertainment development.

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