Interserve has announced a new simplified organisational structure that will combine both UK and International divisions, to support the Group’s strategic priorities to define and deliver consistent propositions for customers, standardise operational delivery and create a “One Interserve” culture.
The new structure, effective from 3 September 2018, will create a new, combined construction division, which will be led by George Franks, who currently runs Interserve’s Construction International division. Franks has been with Interserve for 34 years and has extensive experience in both the company’s domestic and international construction businesses. Gordon Kew, Managing Director of UK Construction, will be leaving the business at the end of September.
Also from 3 September, Interserve’s international FM business will be joining its UK support services division.
These changes relate to the operations of the Interserve only and there will be no change to the Group’s financial reporting.
Chief Executive Officer, Debbie White commented: “These changes support our vision for a simpler, more efficient and more effective Interserve, where people are empowered to make things happen within a clear and strong leadership structure. Bringing our UK and International construction and support services businesses together will help us to reduce complexity, support the transfer of people and skills and develop a clear and consistent value propositions for customers wherever they are in the world.”