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Interserve Group Ltd wins ADNOC contracts worth £76m

Interserve Group Limited, has secured £76 million in new business with Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) on a range of offshore and gas processing projects. The announcement comes just days after Interserve went into administration and announced it had completed sale ...

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B38’s cleaning division scoops £2m of business in first quarter

Facilities management firm, B38 Group has announced £2 million of new contract wins for its support services division in its first three months of operation following its launch last August as part of the group’s strategy of increasing the in-house ...

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Inspirational Speaker line-up announced for Facilities Show 2019

Facilities Show has announced the three inspirational keynote speakers set to enthral and inform audiences at this year’s event, held on 18-20 June at ExCeL London. The event will host presentations from a rugby legend, a sporting icon and an ...

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Searcys awarded catering appointment at the HAC

British caterer and restauranteur, Searcys, has been appointed to provide catering for all events and meetings at the HAC, a unique, historic venue in Moorgate, London, which is the home of the Honourable Artillery Company, incorporated by Royal Charter in 1537 ...

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Mitie boosts senior leadership with new appointments

Mitie has announced two new appointments in engineering services and integrated facilities management (IFM). Kerry Sheehan will become Managing Director of Mobile Engineering and Kath Fontana will fill a new role as Managing Director of Strategic Accounts, Public Sector and Critical ...

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Interserve completes sale of the Group

International support services, construction and equipment services group, Interserve, has announced the appointment of Alan Hudson and Hunter Kelly of Ernst & Young LLP as administrators to Plc and the successful completion of the sale of the Group, other than ...

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Serco signs deal with South Australian Government

Serco Group through its Australian subsidiary has signed a new contract with the South Australian Government to operate and manage the Adelaide Remand Centre (ARC) for the South Australia Department for Correctional Services. The estimated total contract value to Serco over ...

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UPDATE: Interserve confirms it’s going into administration

Following the rejection of its rescue plans, Interserve has now confirmed it is to go into administration, which will wipe out its shareholders. However, it is on tract to avoid a Carillion-style collapse as the company which employs 45,000 people ...

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UPDATE: Interserve loses rescue vote

Interserve has failed to persuade shareholders to approve a rescue plan for the company. Interserve is expected to go into administration later today, although its contracts are likely to continue as normal and no job cuts are expected.  But its failure ...

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Interserve: faces crunch vote on rescue plan

Interserve faces a crunch vote on Friday over its proposed rescue plan. If shareholders fail to back the debt-for-equity deal, the firm could go into administration by the weekend. The firm employs 65,000 staff worldwide, 45,000 in the UK, cleaning schools and ...

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