Interserve chief executive Adrian Ringrose has heaped praise onto his workforce for the way they have responded to city-centre rioting this week and helped customers back into business.
Interserve provides support services to a number of business’s many of which have been the victim of vandalism and looting. Customers include Ladbrokes, William Hill, Boots, Sainsbury’s, HSBC and Argos as well as local councils in riot-hit Croydon and Ealing.
Mr. Ringrose said that Interserve had been providing extra security manpower where needed, repairing windows and boarding up premises.
“It has been a fantastic team effort,” he said. “This is not about commercial contracts and who pays in the end. It is about getting our customers back up on their feet and running as soon as possible.”
Services that Interserve provides to local authorities include managing CCTV. The firm is working with the police using the CCTV footage to bring those responsible to justice.
Recipro would also like to congratulate Interserve on their recent success in attaining the Investors in Diversity award, Interserve are the first construction company in the UK to achieve the accreditation.
Recipro sourced this article from Construction Enquirer.