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Interserve awarded £24m MOD contract renewal

26 August 2009

Interserve has been awarded a contract extension worth up to £24 million by Defence Estates, part of the Ministry of Defence in the Falkland Island and Ascension Island.

Under the two-year contract extension, Interserve will continue to deliver facilities management services in the Falkland Islands and Ascension Island. The services will include estate maintenance, power generation, water production, sewerage treatment and disposal, waste management and grounds maintenance. Interserve has been delivering support services to the MOD in the Falklands since 1998. In 2004, Interserve was awarded a new Infrastructure Support Provider (ISP) contract with an expanded remit that covers Ascension Island.

Brian Talbot, Managing Director - Defence at Interserve said: “We are delighted to be awarded this contract extension and will continue to deliver services to the highest possible standard. We will carry on our work with Defence Estates to deal with the changing requirements of the customer community on the Falklands Islands and Ascension Island. A skilled workforce of St Helenian, Falkland, South American and UK personnel is used on site and we are extremely proud of the work they do on a daily basis in such a unique location.”


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