Ferrovial Services United Kingdom
- 2,501 M € Sales
- 86 M € EBITDA
- 9,878 M € Order book
Ferrovial bought the British company Amey in May 2003. In April 2013 it bought Enterprise, another British firm. The integration of Enterprise and Amey has given rise to one of the most diverse offerings in the UK.
The public sector is navigating the difficult economic environment and the acquisition of Enterprise takes on a special importance in this context. The acquisition allows Amey to offer a broad range of services and integrated solutions to deliver savings for its clients.
Amey has a workforce of 21,000, a turnover of over 3.1 billion euros and an order book of over 16.3 billion euros. Ferrovial Services manages over 320 contracts with an unrivalled service offering, from the maintenance of highway and railway infrastructures through to integral waste management and that of the life cycle of assets.
We thus duplicate our turnover in this market and decidedly step into providing services for the utilities services sector (energy companies, water supply, etc), while strengthening our position in environmental services. The operation is part of Ferrovial Services’ strategic goal of profitable growth, as the acquisition of Enterprise will create value through synergies derived from integrating it into Amey and strengthening its position in markets with high growth potential.