The Company manages key assets such as Canada's 407ETR highway and London's Heathrow Airport. It also provides municipal services to more than 800 cities and towns in Spain and to the millions who use the Madrid metro system, and the hundreds of kilometers of streets and highways where Amey performs maintenance services in the United Kingdom.
Ferrovial is listed in the Madrid Stock Exchange and is included in the prestigious Dow Jones Sustainability, FTSE4Good and Ethibel indices.
Rafael del Pino y Moreno (MBA, MIT Sloan '86) founded Ferrovial in 1952. The construction company grew rapidly, landing its first international contact in Venezuela in 1954. A decade later, the Company's workforce had grown to 500 employees and its revenues totaled 750,000 euros.
Ferrovial's growth phase took off in the early nineties with the construction of the AVE (high-speed railway) and the Seville Expo and Barcelona Olympic Games projects. A key decade for the Company's future, it was at this time that Rafael del Pino Calvo-Sotelo was named Chairman of the Company (1992) and Ferrovial acquired the historical construction company Agroman (1995). The construction of the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao, two years later, marked the crowning point of this period.
href=\"http://www.ferrovial.com\">From Ferrovial website.