Wherever or whoever we serve, our promise is to support the endeavor of our clients with astute advice and innovative support services. The purpose and dedication we put into every project comes largely from a decade-long partnership with the Ministry of Defence.
Whether managing a rural estate or optimising the use of a facility, we will deliver a sustainable solution. Our energy and resource strategies are underpinned by a decade of success in challenging environments.
With over a decade of providing essential services and Elemental Support to the UK Government, Landmarc's commercial services are unequalled by other suppliers.
The purpose and dedication we put into every project comes largely from a decade-long partnership with the Ministry of Defence. Our successes directly affect the readiness of troops going to the frontline.
We look after 220,000 hectares of some of the most valuable habitats and landscapes in Great Britain including over 40,000 hectares of National Park land and 70,000 hectares of nature conservation sites.
Landmarc was founded on a culture of exacting standards, innovative solutions and working to tight budget restrictions and even tighter deadlines. This experience enables us to maximise efficiencies and deliver profits.
Landmarc is a joint venture of Interserve, the FTSE 250 support services group and PAE, a leading provider of global mission services to the U.S. Government.
Landmarc, first and foremost, is a world leading provider of integrated support services in military training, targetry and explosive handling locations.
Our work involves a deep engagement with essential elements - the land, the environment, infrastructures, people, resources and communities.
Our promise to provide elemental support wherever we serve is predicated on the quality, commitment and capabilities of our people. They make us who we are.
Since 2011, the Landmarc Business Development Team have been working to expand the business in the Middle East and Mainland Europe.
In 2015 Landmarc opened a subsidiary company, Landmarc Gulf Consultancy Management LLC. The company is registered in and operates from Abu Dhabi in the United Arab Emirates.
From the north of Scotland to the south of England, Landmarc supports military training areas across the length and breadth of the UK. Find out where we operate here.
Since 2011, Landmarc has been expanding into new markets. A key part of this business development has been the establishment of a Company in the UAE.
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From SMEs and Social Enterprises to large corporates, Landmarc works with a wide range of suppliers to help us deliver some of our more specialist services.
Landmarc is “supplier neutral but where the customer has a wider requirement to procure complementary supporting assets or infrastructure we can offer to lead or advise on that procurement without any bias. This provides surety of value-for-money, based on a holistic understanding of the customer's objectives, and a best possible fit in line with requirements and budget.
At Landmarc our people are our greatest strength, they make us who we are. We offer a range of exciting and rewarding opportunities across the UK and abroad.
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This is our first social impact report, produced by CANInvest and Social Enterprise UK to measure the social, environmental and economic outcomes of our operations.
Our Landmarc100 scheme aims to support up to 100 innovative ideas over the next three years from communities in and around the MoD’s Defence training estate.
Our free, bookable, business support facility in Netheravon, Wiltshire, for small local businesses to come together to use the facilities, share ideas and access expertise.
Meet Sheryl Anderson, our BiTC Rural Business Connector in Northumberland, supporting community cohesion, education, enterprise and employment.
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To celebrate the 10th National Apprenticeship Week, we have highlighted one of our most recently qualified heating and ventilation apprentices, Kieran Muirhead, in order to celebrate his success and promote apprenticeships as an exciting alternative route into a career.
Kieran Muirhead started his heating and ventilation apprenticeship with Landmarc in 2013 after successfully undertaking interviews and aptitude testing, beating off stiff competition from other candidates.
We catch up with Kieran to find out why he chose an apprenticeship as his route into a full time career.
“I decided to do an apprenticeship with Landmarc as I felt that it was a great opportunity to start my career. Landmarc is a national company and it definitely appealed to me to get my foot in the door with an organisation where I would have the opportunity to further my career.”
Upon starting with Landmarc, he was mentored by the regional gas engineer. In addition to this, Kieran attended a college in Edinburgh to gain an academic qualification along with the practical qualification for the apprenticeship.
“Day-to-day life is a lot different when you’re an apprentice. In the beginning it was hard to get in a routine as I was used to being at school, but the support of the company and the people I have met has made the transition a lot easier.
“The apprenticeship took four years to complete, but now Landmarc are giving me further training to keep me up with the current standards. I would recommend apprenticeships to anyone looking to get into a specific trade. In my case, Landmarc was there to support and help me at all times by making sure I had the appropriate training to complete the apprenticeship.”
Kieran has now completed his apprenticeship and is Gas Safe qualified for domestic installations, with qualifications in commercial and LPG installations soon to be completed. He is proving to be an invaluable member for the regional maintenance team, and once he obtains his final qualifications, Kieran will share the Scotland area of the region with one the other engineer.
Kevin McBay, Built Estate Delivery Advisor for Scotland and Kieran’s mentor, commented:
“Kieran has come a long way from the young lad that we took on to the qualified Gas Engineer we have now. He still has some learning to do as a qualified tradesman, but as with every apprentice that completes their time, they need to find their own way of working ensuring that they can stand alone and still work safely by themselves and with others around them.
“Kieran is more confident now in making his own decisions, but still mature enough to ask questions if he isn’t sure. He will be wholly responsible for maintenance of gas boilers and water infrastructure at major military training locations Garelochhead and Kirkcudbright, and I am confident that he will take this challenge and make the sites his own.” I believe that any young person who wants a variety of work and the chance to develop within a trade that they choose should consider an apprenticeship – it’s worked out fantastically for Kieran and it could do for others too.”