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Ferrovial Agroman UK & Ireland develops Ferrovial’s construction activity in the British-Irish market. As of September 2018, the company has over 470 members of staff and manages an order book in excess of £1.8 bn in the UK & Ireland.

The safe and efficient delivery of multi-million pound projects in Great Britain and Ireland continues to build Ferrovial Agroman's reputation as leaders in the British-Irish market. We apply innovation and international best practice, using our experience of the entire asset lifecycle to deliver optimised best-value solutions for our customers and shareholders.

Our commitment to progress runs throughout all levels of the company and has led to cutting-edge research programmes (MIT), prestigious industry recognition and delivering some of the most iconic civil projects for the UK as we continue to play an active role in the safe and positive transformation and development of UK infrastructure.


The FUSION joint venture between Morgan Sindall, BAM Nuttall and Ferrovial Agroman was awarded the Central Section of the enabling works contracts for HS2 Ltd in November 2016 and is currently bidding for HS2 main works contracts.

Success at Heathrow Q6 programme continued to grow with 7 new projects to enhance the airport infrastructure throughout 2016 including the high profile Kilo Apron Development. We continue to be immensely proud of our team and their achievements throughout the year.

Some have been recognised at industry level including Sofia Guerrero who won Civil Engineer of the Year and Belen Marquina, winner of the category Best Woman Contractor at the Women in Science & Engineering Awards (WISE) in addition to a number of our team members being finalists. Our projects have been recognised for their environmental innovations (Green Apple awards at Northern Line extension and our Crossrail projects), excellence in construction (Crossrail Farringdon Station - Ground Engineering Award 2016 for Technical Excellence) and masterful digital innovation and BIM implementation (M8/M74/M75 – Irish BIM Innovation Awards).


Ferrovial Agroman’s capacity and reputation in the British-Irish market continued to go from strength to strength. The Ferrovial Agroman Laing O’Rourke FLO JV was awarded the Central section of the Thames Tideway Tunnel in February 2015 to deliver the largest stretch of the new super sewer, ensuring London has a system capable of meeting its needs.

Ferrovial Agroman formed the FUSION JV with Morgan Sindall and BAM Nuttall in 2015 to connect the expertise, innovation and resources of each leading firm to design, construct and operate engineering solutions for large, complex infrastructure in the UK and across the world. Our activities at Heathrow Q6 continued to bring success with 4 new substantial contracts as a Q6 Delivery Integrator.

One of our engineers, Ponciano Perez Lupi, won the Rising Star of the Year Award at the International Tunnelling and Underground Construction Awards for his proven success delivering the tunnelling works for two Crossrail stations in the past year in addition to his enthusiastic promotion of Health and Safety, innovation and inclusive team management.


February 2014 saw the vastly successful TBM tunneling operations between Royal Oak and Farringdon complete for Crossrail, followed by the expert completion and smooth operation from the outset of the Queen’s Terminal at Heathrow in June 2014.

The Heathrow Q6 Lot 3 contract was awarded to Ferrovial Agroman in March 2014 and will continue until March 2017. Under a target cost contract, as one of the Delivery Integrators, Ferrovial Agroman will deliver projects to enhance the airport throughout the period. In August, the company was awarded the largest contract of the year’s Heathrow activites to realign the Bravo taxiway.

The company’s UK tunnelling success, along with the incomparable safety record with the Ferrovial Agroman Laing O’Rourke JV for Heathrow Queen’s Terminal, HETCo, placed the company and collaboration in good positioning to be awarded the Northern Line extension for London Underground in September 2014.

Ferrovial Agroman further progressed its strategy to reach new areas of the UK with the award of the Eastern Bay Link road in Cardiff to the Dawnus Ferrovial Agroman JV in December 2014.


Ferrovial’s end-to-end delivery model in action could be clearly seen as we were awarded the M8/M74/M75 Road Improvement Scheme in Scotland. In partnership with Lagan once again, the Ferrovial Agroman JV was appointed to deliver the construction of the complex highways project, with Amey forming part of the consortium, Scottish Roads Partnership, to manage the entire scheme from design to operations and maintenance.


The year 2012 marked the 10th anniversary of Ferrovial Agroman’s presence in the British Isles. It was celebrated in style with the whole company at the London Transport Museum. During this year, further projects were awarded such as new stands at Heathrow Airport and the very first ECI project in the history of Ferrovial - the A8 highway in Northern Ireland.


In March 2010, Ferrovial Agroman signed the largest contract yet for the company in the British Isles, the Design and Construction of the new terminal T2A at Heathrow Airport. New road contracts in Ireland were awarded, consistently delivering on time and to budget which led to prestigious recognition (Major Contractor of the Year 2010 in Ireland, Construction Excellence Award 2011). In London, the T3IB Integrated Baggage Building at Heathrow Airport was awarded to Ferrovial Agroman.

Ferrovial Agroman formed the extremely successful BFK consortium which has since been awarded three Crossrail projects. In December 2010, the consortium was awarded the construction of two tunnels, connecting Royal Oak with Paddington and Farringdon stations; and the construction of the accesses and caverns of the Bond Street and Tottenham Court Road stations. The new Farringdon station contract was awarded towards the end of 2011.


In the Spring of 2007, the first contract at BAA was awarded, the T5C Connectivity Baggage Tunnel, the first tunnel to be built in London for many years and the first tunnelling activity for Ferrovial Agroman in the market.

The Autumn of 2008 marked the beginning of Ferrovial Agroman's activities in Scotland with the runway rehabilitation project at Aberdeen Airport, progressing in 2009 to complete other projects in Glasgow, Edinburgh, and Aberdeen.


During the Autumn of 2005, an Amey-Ferrovial Agroman consortium was selected as preferred bidder for a large PFI for schools in Leeds, Bradford, launching the first construction activities in England.

In April 2006, Ferrovial Agroman established FAUK Ltd, opening a permanent office in London. During the same year, Ferrovial Agroman started work on the widening of the M50 ring road in Dublin, successfully increasing the capacity of this major highway.


In the Spring of 2005, the first trans-border motorway in the A1-N1 corridor was awarded and marked the beginning of Ferrovial Agroman's activities in Northern Ireland. It was also the first ever NEC type contract, Target Cost for the company.

The firsts continued to flow when an Amey-Ferrovial Agroman led consortium was awarded the largest Private Finance Initiative PFI Project in the history of Northern Ireland, the DBFO2 project and other highways, therefore marking the beginning of the activities in the United Kingdom.


Ferrovial Agroman's presence in the British-Irish market began in 2002 with the establishment of FAI Ltd and the permanent office in Dublin. The first Public-Private Partnership (PPP) in the history of the Republic of Ireland, the M4-M6 Kilcock-Kinnegad motorway was awarded to a Cintra-Ferrovial Agroman led consortium.

Over the two years that followed, other major building and motorway projects were awarded including the largest PPP ever in the country, the M3 motorway Clonee Kells. This led to FAI Ltd being ranked 3rd in the Republic of Ireland's Top Construction Companies 2008.

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