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In line with international best practice standards, we offer extensive operational support.

The Servest value proposition

We form strategic partnerships with our clients to integrate people, places, processes and technology to achieve their triple bottom line and strategic business objectives. We deliver multiple solutions that enable functionality, create comfort, safety and enhance efficiency of the built and marine environment.

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Case Studies

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Servest’s Hospital Security Offering

Security in the healthcare sector is particularly complex, partly because of the different types of facilities, the varying threat levels and the compliance requirements. Here is our approach to security in this sector.

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Servest supports Mossel Bay gas exploration

Our Marine solutions supports shipping companies across a number of ports in South Africa to transfer personnel, official documents, fresh water, ship stores, and other urgent requirements.

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St Stithians and Servest: sharing a 17-year journey

As part of our integrated solutions offering, Servest has provided landscaping and turf solutions for the St Stithians campus facilities

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News

Charlotte Maxeke High School in Tembisa and Baby Moses Home in Roodepoort get much needed buildings and renovations support

Children at the Charlotte Maxeke High School in Tembisa and Baby Moses Home in Roodepoort will now eat food prepared in a clean and safe environment and enjoy privacy and dignity, thanks to a project by integrated facilities management company Servest. This project has not only benefitted them, but the small business which is a […]

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Sustainable sanitation solutions should be considered to expand decent sanitation to all as we observe World Toilet Day

The United Nations has declared 19 November to be World Toilet Day. It is estimated that 2.5 billion people in the world do not have access to proper sanitation. In fact, more people in the world have a mobile phone than a toilet. According to Statistics South Africa (StatsSA) approximately 3.1% of people in South […]

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The maritime economy has immense potential to rev up the economy and stimulate job creation

When the Dutch East Indian Company was mandated to map a route to India around the tip of Africa some 400 years ago, nobody would have anticipated the latent future economic potential that South Africa’s 2 800 kilometre coastline, which straddles three oceans – the Indian Ocean to the east, the southern ocean to the […]

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