Ferrovial's Sustainability Policy takes into account six factors to manage the business strategy and therefore to develop sustainable infrastructures and cities.
We improve the future by developing and operating sustainable infrastructure and cities. Committed to the highest levels of operational excellence and innovation. Creating value for society and for our clients, investors and employees.
Legal compliance and environmental risk management
We comply with national, local and sectoral environmental regulations, actively collaborating with regulators and other relevant stakeholders. We focus on pollution prevention as a way of minimizing negative impacts, controlling the risks of our activities and, if necessary, implementing contingency plans as necessary.
Collaboration with stakeholders
We foster mutual benefit in our relationship with our customers, suppliers and other external organizations to protect and improve the environment. We establish open channels of communication in order to create synergies, share experiences and best practices, taking advantage of the opportunities that allow us to create value for the Society.
Security and customer satisfaction
Our goal is to offer secure infrastructures and services, providing the best experience to our customers and users.
Training and Competition
We provide the necessary resources to educate and develop awareness in our employees, suppliers and subcontractors.
Continuous improvement and transparency
We seek the excellence in the exercise of our activity promoting continuous improvement, as well as our technical capacities and the efficiency in the processes. We develop performance objectives and indicators verified by independent third parties, in order to share knowledge and experience with other agents.
We use natural resources and raw materials efficiently, using recycled materials when possible, as well as reducing waste and the water footprint of our activities.
We manage the risks and opportunities linked to climate change in all our activities, offering low emission infrastructures and services.
Biodiversity and natural capital
We follow the principle of “no net loss” of biodiversity as a guideline to mitigate and compensate for the negative impacts of our activities.