Ferrovial It has 94,000 employees and presence in twenty countries, with areas of activity in highways, airports, construction and services. It is listed on the Ibex 35, is part of the Dow Jones Sustainability Index and FTSE4Good sustainability indices, and applies the principles of the United Nations Global Compact, signed in 2002, to its operations.
The Great Hall Partners consortium, led by Ferrovial Aeropuertos, was awarded the remodeling and commercial operation of the Jeppesen Terminal of the Denver Airport, with new commercial and restoration areas, relocation and expansion of the security zones, improvement of access to the building and of passenger traffic flows, a new billing area and the optimization of the space and efficiency of the terminal. The construction and remodeling works are carried out by Ferrovial Agroman and Saunders Construction (650 million dollars).
I-66, in Virginia
A project valued at more than 3,000 million euros by Cintra, in consortium with the infrastructure fund Meridiam to carry out the design, construction, financing, operation and maintenance of the I-66 highway transformation project for 3.550 million dollars ( around 3,000 million euros). Ferrovial Agroman and local builder Allan Myers, Inc. are responsible for designing and building 35 kilometers along the I-66 corridor between Route 29 (near Gainesville) and the Washington D.C. (I-495, in Fairfax County). With three free toll lanes and two "managed lanes" (variable electronic toll by direction), this new stretch will increase capacity, improve mobility, provide more predictable travel times and increase driver safety (links will be reformed to reduce congestion). The works will be extended until 2022, with a 50-year concession.
Freeway I-77 North Carolina
A consortium led by Cintra was awarded in 2014 the design, construction, financing, operation and maintenance of the expansion of I-77 (total investment planned: 648 million dollars, about 581 million euros). 41.8 kilometers are remodeled with managed lanes that will reduce congestion and improve the operation of the corridor. Cintra is responsible for this design and construction development in charge of a UTE with Ferrovial Agroman and the construction company W.C. English
Section of the Grand Parkway in Houston, Texas
A consortium led by Ferrovial Agroman develops the design and construction of the H & I section of the SH 99 ring road (also known as the Grand Parkway), in the northeast of the greater Houston metropolitan area. It includes the construction of a stretch of 52.5 miles (about 85 km.), By the counties of Chambers, Harris, Liberty and Montgomery. It will increase with two lanes per direction and four toll lanes. Ferrovial is responsible for the engineering and construction, TxDOT of the management.
Webber, Texas Contracts
Ferrovial Agroman has been awarded, through its subsidiary Webber, the extension and reconstruction of a section of 6.7 miles (10.3 km.) Of the IH 35 highway, in Waco (Texas), the largest award in history of Webber. The section will be extended to four lanes in each direction and the current three and those of incorporation will be completely renewed. In addition, Webber will expand a 10.2-mile (16.4 km.) Stretch of the IH-10 with a new lane in each direction, along with additional improvements; It will extend a stretch of 3.8 miles (6.1 kilometers) from FM-156 from two to four lanes, in addition to building two additional bridges to avoid a flood zone, and a bridge and a lower bridge that will replace another elevated bridge in the IH-35.
Western Roads Upgrade Project, in Melbourne, Australia
The Netflow consortium (Cintra and Plenary) has been selected by the State of Victoria for the construction, financing and maintenance of the works to improve the road network in the west of Melbourne. The project, valued at 1,150 million euros, includes the expansion and improvement of eight urban roads, the construction of new links and the development and maintenance of more than 260 km. of roads.
Thames Tideway Tunnel
Ferrovial Agroman and Laing O'Rourke execute a new infrastructure of the London sewer system (a section of two sections of 7.2 meters in diameter, from Kirtling Street). The 12.7 kilometers of the central section make it the longest tunnel, with 25 kilometers. The contract also includes the construction of eight wells between 42 and 62 meters deep, six connecting tunnels, culverts, interception and valve chambers. The dumping of untreated wastewater in the Thames will be avoided, curbing the current overflow in 34 points of the network, which is key to respond to the demands of the growing population of the British capital.