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Ferrovial - Integrated annual report 2013 / United Kingdom

Ferrovial Services’ UK business Amey is one the UK’s leading providers of local government services, environmental services, utilities services, social and transport infrastructure.

Amey obtained 2.2 billion euro in revenues in 2013, an increase of 49% year-on-year, while EBITDA amounted to 137 million, a 13% increase. The Ferrovial Services order book in the UK totalled 11.2 billion euro, an increase of 50% on 2012.

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Ferrovial Services has doubled its revenues in the UK after integrating Enterprise into Amey and being awarded major contracts from leading public and private sector clients. The most important contracts in 2013 were:

  • Milton Keynes Council: design, construction and operation of an end-to-end waste management facility. 266 million euro. 18 years.
  • United Utilities: pipeline and water mains maintenance in northwest of England. 264 million euro. 5 years.
  • Highways Agency: Area 6 maintenance. 251 million euro. 5 years.
  • Highways Agency: Area 8 maintenance. 234 million euro. 5 years.
  • Severn Trent Water: Upgrade drinking water mains in the Midlands and in Mid-Wales. 206 million euro. 5 years.
  • Hammersmith & Fulham, London Borough of Kensington & Chelsea: facility management.181 million euro. 5 years.
  • Gloucestershire City Council: road network maintenance. 171 million euro. 5 years.
  • Western Power Distribution: Upgrade of power lines. 143 million euro. 5 years.
  • Liverpool City Council: Roads maintenance and street cleaning services. 132 million euro. 9 years.
  • Northamptonshire County Council: waste collection. 90 million euro. 7 years.
  • Yorkshire Water: water treatment infrastructure maintenance. 87 million euro. 5 years.
  • Northern Gas Networks: maintenance of gas network infrastructure. 80 million euro. 4 years.