The rebrand reflects the final stage in the revival of the construction business, which is now targeting £500m revenue this year as Tilbury Douglas.
The business will continue to focus on delivering building, infrastructure, engineering and fit-out projects across the health, education, justice, government and infrastructure sectors, primarily for public sector clients.
Tilbury Douglas is a well-known historical name in the construction and engineering sector, with a lineage dating back to the London and Tilbury Lighterage Company Limited in 1884.
Paul Gandy, managing director for Tilbury Douglas, said: “Tilbury Douglas is a well-recognised historical brand in the construction sector and now represents our purpose of being a trusted construction and engineering partner, locally focussed and nationally strong, chosen for our commitment to customer needs.
“With a dedicated regional network of offices and with an outstanding track record in delivering projects, we are here to help deliver for clients and communities – building a better future together.”
Last year Interserve won over 84 projects totalling £465m, including 28 healthcare projects and 16 new school projects, featuring nine Special Educational Needs schools.