Construction Spain

Ferrovial Agromán 

Over 14,000 kilometres of roads built

Over 400 kilometres of tunnels built

Over 3,500 kilometres of railway built

Over 3,500 kilometres of gas and oil pipelines built

Over 145 dams built

35 airports built

Construction Spain

Ferrovial-Agromán increased revenues by 1% to 3,449 million euro, with EBIT of 229 million euro.

  • Awarding of one of the corridors of the first generation Toll Road Plan in Spain, of the new west Malaga bypass (AP-7 toll road - connection with the MA-417 road), construction of the platform for the high speed Madrid-Zaragoza-Barcelona- French Border line (Mollet del Vallés - Montornés del Vallés section), La Rinconada (A-4) - Alcalá de Guadaira (A-92) section of the SE-40 expressway, or the construction of a 5-star aparthotel in Corralejo (Fuerteventura).

  • Completion of construction of the Molledo-Pesquera section of the A-67, with the Montabliz viaduct being an important feature, as the highest one in Spain and the sixth in Europe, 145 metres high and 721 metres long, and which has a technical solution that respects the Environment.

  • Numerous inaugurations, with the southern by-pass northern tunnel of the M-30 (Madrid) being an important feature, the extension of line 1 of the Madrid Metro at the Vallecas road extension, the Sagunto-Almenara expressway section of the Mediterráneo A-7, the refurbishment and extension of the Miguel Servet Hospital in Zaragoza and the Caixa Forum building in Madrid.

  • The Petit Palau project and terminal T-4 of Madrid Barajas airport, both built by Ferrovial Agromán, were awarded two of the five European ULI Awards for Excellence that are granted each year by the Urban Land Institute.

Ferrovial Agromán - One team, one thousand projects.

Ferrovial Agromán - One team, one thousand projects.

One team, one thousand projects. Ferrovial Agromán is one of the leading Spanish construction companies, with strong growth in both national and international markets.