Ferrovial - Annual Report 2012


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The Ferrovial Services subsidiary in the United Kingdom is a benchmark in the British market for services to transport infrastructure and facility management. It works with public and private clients from sectors such as justice, aviation, central government, education and transport. The total workforce consists of more than 11,000 employees.

In 2012, its sales grew by 8.3% as a result of new contracts, as well as increased revenue from contracts within its order backlog. Some highlights of the year are as follows:

  • The agreement for the management of urban infrastructure in Sheffield is a contract for the improvement and maintenance of urban infrastructure in the city over 25 years. Amey will be responsible for one of the largest projects in the country, providing service to more than 1,900 kilometers of roads, 68,000 street lights, 500 traffic lights, 600 bridges, 2,400 retaining walls and 35,000 trees on roadsides throughout the city. This project represents an order backlog of 2 billion pounds (2.425 billion euro) over the 25 years of operation.
  • Maintenance of infrastructure with Calderdale Council amounting to 120 million pounds.
  • Renewal of infrastructure maintenance in the county of Hampshire worth 43 million euro.
  • Consultancy service for the maintenance of Traffic Scotland for the next 6 years.
  • Extension of the maintenance contract for 5,000 miles of roads and sidewalks in Hampshire until 2016.
  • Daily transportation of prisoners through GEOAmey. The contract period is 10 years, at a value of 900 million pounds. This activity represents approximately 2,600 daily movements, with a fleet of 500 vehicles with special features.
  • Installation of the electric rail system in Norfolk.
  • Maintenance and cleaning of the Home Office building.
  • Consulting and technical assistance for signaling and improving rail tracks.
  • Awarded IiP (Investors in People) Gold Standard for work carried out in supporting and encouraging its employees.
  • Received recognition from the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) for the innovation implemented in maintaining the West Midlands road network.


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This is an electronic version of the 2012 Annual Report prepared by Ferrovial, S.A. for its stakeholders, which aims to be complete and accurate. The contents of this version can be checked by referring to the print version. A copy of the print version in PDF format is available to download on this web page