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Servest grows landscaping offer

04 February 2013

As part of its drive to offer the full range of services, multi service provider Servest is developing its landscaping offer

Servest currently provides grounds maintenance at three of its contract sites, for defence contractor MBDA in Stevenage, for Pitney Bowes in Harlow and at the Science Museum in London. The company will be expanding the service to cover the full range of landscaping activity, including design and construction as well as maintenance. These services will be delivered across the country.

Servest’s South African parent company has considerable experience in landscaping, providing services to schools and colleges, hotels, office parks, industry and shopping centres. The company provides landscape and grounds maintenance services to the majority of South Africa’s universities, as well as many prominent public and government institutions and facilities. These institutions all have high traffic environments, which require reliable maintenance of the highest standard.

Servest also maintains several of the football grounds used for the 2010 World Cup as well as many other sports facilities. The company has been awarded several industry accolades in South Africa from the Landscapers Institute, as well as the President’s Shield.

The climate in South Africa might be different but the skills and experience will be used to advantage in the UK.

Demonstrating its commitment to the highest professional standards, Servest is now a Full Member of the British Association of Landscape Industries (BALI - the UK’s representative trade association for the landscaping sector).


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