Ferrovial - Annual Report 2010

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Ferrovial Servicios is the subsidiary responsible for the maintenance and conservation of infrastructures and the management of urban and environmental services. It has a leading position in the provision of integrated services for cities, energy optimization and the use of waste.

The Services Division has a total order backlog of 12.003 billion euro, an all-time high. In 2010 it had revenue of 3.896 billion euro, 5.9% more than in 2009. EBITDA was up 12.1% to 409.8 million euro. Around 62% of revenue is from international markets.


This British company is engaged in infrastructure maintenance (roads, railroads and facility management). It was bought by Ferrovial in May 2003. In 2010 it had sales of 1.099 billion pounds, up 6.8%. It also increased its order backlog by 29.7% to 6.5924 billion euro.

In 2010, it concluded a 25-year maintenance contract for roads and other infrastructures with the city of Birmingham. In September Amey and Cespa jointly acquired Donarbon, a company that will manage waste for the county of Cambridge over the next 28 years. Amey's holding in Tube Lines was also sold, but the operating contract is still in force.


Cespa is a provider of urban and environmental services. It operates in Spain, Portugal and Andorra, with revenue from these markets in 2010 of 951.6 million euro.

The company provides services for 825 municipal areas with a total population of nearly six million.


Ferroser is a company specializing in the maintenance and conservation of infrastructures and buildings in Spain and Portugal. It has a total order backlog of 1.070 billion euro. In total, it manages over 7,500 kilometers of divided highways and roads and more than 28,000 urban and airport signs.


Swissport’s revenue last year was 1.3016 billion euro. The Swiss-based company was bought by Ferrovial in 2005 and its sale to PAI Partners was completed in February 2011 for 695 million euro (equity value).

Santiago Olivares - Results 2010

Santiago Olivares - Results 2010

The CEO of Ferrovial Servicios highlights the growth of the Division and its record backlog, which is now at 12 billion euros.

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This is an electronic version of the 2010 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