Ferrovial among the sector’s top 15 most internationalized companies according to Engineering News-Record


construccion de Ferrovial del viaducto San Miguel de Azores
Each year specialized magazine Engineering News-Record (ENR) publishes the ranking of the top 250 most internationalized construction firms based on revenue from contracts realized outside of their home countries and measures their presence in the international market. In this latest edition and according to the publication released by Engineering News-Record (ENR), Ferrovial stands out as the second Spanish construction firm with the highest volume of international revenue, which is generated overseas. The company ranks 15th in the global listing that includes the 250 companies that were analyzed. In the breakdown by geographical location provided in the publication Ferrovial ranks 6th as the company with the highest revenue generated in Europe, excluding contracts held by the company in Spain, and 10th in terms of revenue from projects in the United States. According to the breakdown by market, Ferrovial is among the top ten largest companies with the strongest internationalization profile in the transportation sector, which includes the activities being developed in airports, canals, bridges, roads and tunnels, among others, ranking 6th on the list. This year Ferrovial is once again among the top 15 companies in the world ranking, where Spain maintains its position as one of the countries with the highest number of construction companies (ranked 11th) and among the top 250 most internationalized companies, only behind China, with 63 firms, United States with 32 and Italy with 14, and ahead of France, Germany and the United Kingdom.


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