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Ferrovial - Integrated annual report 2013 / Spain

Ferrovial Services Spain is the business unit resulting from the integration of Cespa and Ferroser. As a result of this business combination, it is able to provide end-to-end solutions which meet the clients’ current and future needs, with a broad range of services to offer the market and a unique operating model.

To deliver these services efficiently, Ferrovial Services Spain has three business lines:

  • The Local Government area provides a broad range of innovative, sustainable services which meet the city’s primary needs. It also enables local government to reduce spending substantially through efficient management of available resources.
  • The Infrastructure area focuses on energy efficiency, facility management and infrastructure maintenance projects in a variety of sectors including healthcare and airports, road maintenance, air traffic management, and ancillary services ranging from the management of sports facilities and ambulance services to call centres.
  • The Treatment and Industrial Waste Management area develops innovative solutions applicable throughout the waste life cycle (collection, treatment and recycling) by leveraging its extensive experience in specialized industrial services such as waste collection and cleaning of confined spaces. Revenues in 2013 were in line with 2012 despite the difficult economic situation in Spain. In particular, the order book expanded by 21% to 6.3 billion euro.

The most notable contracts obtained in the year include:

  • Cantabria Health Service: management of all non-medical services at the Marqués de Valdecilla University Hospital. 567 million euro. 20 years.
  • Madrid City Council: Street cleaning and maintenance of public and green areas in 4 districts: Centre, Chamberí, Tetuán and Argüelles. 307 million euro. 8 years.
  • Renfe: On-board passenger care, food service, transport logistics and procurement on Renfe’s long-distance train services. 267 million euro. 4 years.
  • Madrid Health Service: cleaning services for hospitals: La Paz, 12 de Octubre, Hospital Central de la Cruz Roja, Severo Ochoa, Cantoblanco, Móstoles, Fuenfría and José Germain. 85 million euro. 3 years.
  • Alicante City Council: Street cleaning and household waste collection, treatment, reuse and abatement. 76 million euro. 8 years.
  • Telefónica: Maintenance of data processing centres. 39 million euro. 15 years.
  • Iberia: Maintenance and cleaning of facilities. 34 million euro. 4 years.
  • Madrid Health Service: Cleaning services at health centres. 29 million euro. 3 years.
  • Almería City Council: Green area maintenance. 20 million euro. 4 years.
  • Castilla & León Regional Government: Maintenance and energy services at Social Services buildings. 20 million euro. 10 years.
  • Teguise City Council (Canary Islands): urban waste collection. 19 million euro. 12 years.
  • Ministry of Infrastructure: Upkeep and maintenance of 170 km of roads and power supply infrastructures. 18 million euro. 4 years.