Ferrovial Agromán has been awarded a project to refurbish the old tobacco factory in Malaga as a museum


Madrid, January 17, 2008. Ferrovial Agromán has landed the contract to refurbish the former Tabacalera factory in Málaga as a museum and cultural centre. The project, awarded by Malaga City Government, is worth 24.6 million euro and will be completed in eighteen months.

Ferrovial Agromán will design and execute the project under the supervision and in coordination with the architect. The building will house the Automobile Museum, including items from the Joao Magalhaes collection of vintage cars, which is one of Europe's most important collections and maps the development of motor vehicles during the 20th century.

It will also house Art Natura, a combined tapestry, sculpture and precious stone museum. There will also be a bookshop, multi-purpose room, projection room, library, workshop, toilets and offices. The museum will have a car park.

The backlog increased by 13.3% through September In the first nine months of 2007, the Construction division attained 3,782.7 million euro in revenues (similar figure to the same period of 2006). Its backlog increased by 13.3% y/y and amounted to 8,804 million euro at 30 September. Polish subsidiary Budimex increased sales by a notable 12.9% to 619.9 million euro, and its backlog rose by 12.1% to 876 million euro.

The volume of contracts for tender in Poland is rising due to plans to hold the 2012 UEFA European Football Championship there. In the US, Webber contributed 226.7 million euro in revenues, 8.5% less as a result of the euro/dollar exchange rate. However, its backlog increased by 18.2%, to 620 million euro, in the first nine months of 2007.


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