Interserve Construction has secured 10 new contracts totalling £68.5m in September 2020
This year, Interserve Construction has delivered a range of projects across the education, infrastructure and health, sectors – including the NHS Nightingale Hospital in Birmingham, where the company successfully completed the first phase in just seven days.
The new contract wins span the health and education sectors, featuring two new schools, including a special needs school, two NHS developments and a new Community College.
The company has also been awarded contracts on infrastructure projects for Northumbrian Water, as well as a refurbishment contract for a specialist robotics centre at Sheffield College.
The contract wins illustrate Interserve Construction’s range of experience in delivering projects, on time and on budget and show the company’s dedication to customer service and excellence.
A gruelling year for every business in the UK
Commenting on the new business wins, Nicholas Pollard, chairman of Interserve Construction, said: “We are delighted to have recently secured a further £68.5m worth of new business on sensible terms.
“This clearly illustrates how Interserve Construction is growing and winning work across the country.
“Our full pipeline for 2020, and already highly secured for 2021, is a testament to the hard work of our colleagues and suppliers, in what has been a gruelling year for every business in the UK.
“Delightfully, we are well-positioned to lead our business forwards through the coming years.”