Who We Are
Ferrovial in Australia
Ferrovial entered the Australia-Pacific market in 2011 and since that time, has continued to deliver and invest in numerous major projects that drive the Company’s focus on building sustainable infrastructure for a world on the move.
Key projects successfully completed for the Australian community include Toowoomba Second Range Crossing, Northern Beaches Hospital Upgrade and packages of the Pacific Highway upgrade, including but not limited to, the Coffs Harbour Bypass which is currently under construction.
As a tier 1 global organisation, Ferrovial is proud of its long-standing position on the Dow Jones Sustainability Index, along with its overall population composition, which includes a female participation rate of circa 30%.
Founded in 1952, Ferrovial is one of the world’s largest publicly listed (Spain) integrated infrastructure investors, with established operations and investment focus across Energy, Construction, Infrastructure and Airports.
The Company is an undisputed leader in the sustainable and innovative development and growth of major infrastructure and resources projects across every continent in the world.
At the core of Ferrovial’s strategy, is a relentless focus on sustainable infrastructure and social progress for a world on the move.
Notable current projects under Ferrovial’s management include John F. Kennedy Airport in the USA, Heathrow Airport in the United Kingdom, Dalaman Airport in Turkey, Management of key toll roads such as the I-66 In Washington, LBJ in Dallas and the Indiana Toll Road (ITR) in the U.S.A and 407 in Toronto, Canada.
Ferrovial are also global specialists in the design and construction of metro rail infrastructure and are currently delivering the Ontario Metro in Toronto, Canada, the Paris Metro (Line 18) in France and the Sydney Metro West Central Tunnelling Package in Sydney.
Ferrovial’s current market cap is listed at over $21 Billion Euro.
Our Management Team
We established a permanent presence in the Australian market with the incorporation of Ferrovial Construction (Australia) Pty Ltd (Ferrovial Construction Australia) and opened an office in Sydney. We obtained National Prequalification System for Roads and Bridges for R5, B4 and F150+.
Ferrovial Construction Australia was selected as one of the Industry Partner Development Teams to provide innovative schematic design and build options and solutions for specific components of the WestConnex project in New South Wales. Ferrovial Construction Australia successfully obtained AS/NZS 4801 and OHSAS 18001 safety accreditation.
We established Ferrovial Construction (New Zealand) Ltd, marking the beginning of our commitment to the New Zealand market. Ferrovial Construction Australia was accredited under the Australian Government Building and Construction WHS Accreditation Scheme and certified to AS/NZS ISO 14001 and AS/NZS ISO 9001. Our first construction project commenced when Ferrovial Construction Australia was awarded an RMS project to upgrade 4.1kms of the Nelson Bay Road, located close to Newcastle and about 180kms North of Sydney.
Ferrovial was awarded two Pacific Highway contracts, the Sancrox Interchange and the Warrell Creek to Nambucca Heads road upgrade project. Ferrovial Construction Australia won a 2014 Construction Quality award for “Environmental Performance and Innovation”.
We successfully completed the Nelson Bay Road Upgrade project two months ahead of schedule. A major achievement made possible by our project team who worked closely with RMS for what was considered our first major project in Australia.
During the third quarter of 2015 the Sancrox Interchange project was completed. Our significant tender activities and efforts throughout 2015 were rewarded with the announcement of two more major contracts: Northern Beaches Hospital Connectivity and Network Enhancement project in Sydney and the AU$1.6b Toowoomba Second Range Crossing PPP project connecting important economic growth areas in Southern Queensland.
Ferrovial Construction Australia was awarded the RMS D&C Bridge over Clarence River at Harwood project in New South Wales.
Ferrovial Construction Australia achieved Authorised Engineering Organisation (AEO) Accreditation. Ferrovial’s sister company, Cintra, was selected as the Preferred Bidder for the OSAR Programme in Melbourne, Victoria.
The Warrell Creek to Nambucca Heads section of the Pacific Highway was successfully delivered in July. Ferrovial Construction Australia obtained BIM Certification. WC2NH was a Finalist at the Australian Construction Achievement Awards.
The Toowoomba Second Range Crossing and the Harwood Bridge project were successfully completed and opened to traffic.
Ferrovial Construction Australia was awarded the Sydney Metro West Central Tunnelling Package, in joint venture with Acciona. This project is a critical piece of the expansion of rail infrastructure for Sydney’s western region.
Awarded the Coffs Harbour Bypass design and construct project. This project is one of the most iconic bypasses to be constructed along Australia’s pristine east coast. Ferrovial will deliver this project in a joint venture with Gamuda Australia.