Ferrovial has won a contract from the UK Ministry of Justice for 632 million pounds (about 725 million euro) through Amey, its UK services subsidiary. This unit is currently up for sale and therefore deconsolidated from the Spanish infrastructure group’s accounts.
Ferrovial is going to transfer the headquarters of its international holding company from Oxford to Amsterdam in order to maintain the company under European law when the UK leaves the EU.
Ferrovial has been awarded the contract to change the Manchester street lighting system, substituting it for one with LED technology. As a result, the city will reduce its energy spend by some 2 million pounds (2.25 million euros) a year, according to the company.