The Michigan Department of Transportation has awarded Ferrovial Services North America a contract for doing maintenance on 950 kilometers of roads.
The contract, which is for three years and can be extended for another three, covers Monroe County and includes maintenance for interstates, state highways, and their respective off-ramps. Ferrovial Services will be in charge of day-to-day operations and maintenance activities in summer as well as winter, along with 24/7 accident and emergency response services, snowplow services, and infrastructure monitoring to keep them clean, clear, and safe.
Maintenance for transportation infrastructure
Ferrovial Services, which operates transportation infrastructure in the U.S. states of California, Colorado, Florida, Washington, D.C., Alaska, and in the province of Ontario, Canada, was recently awarded two road maintenance contracts in Florida in Nassau and Clay counties. It currently has contracts in seven of Florida’s eight districts, including over 11,000 kilometers in road maintenance, 1,000 fixed bridges, and 43 cantilever bridges. It is also in charge of maintenance for some of the country’s critical infrastructure, such as the Washington, D.C. tunnel system, Presidio Parkway in San Francisco, and the controlled-access lanes on US36 in Denver, Colorado.
Operations in the oil & gas sector
On top of having an established presence in the transportation infrastructure maintenance sector, Ferrovial Services has been in the oil & gas sector for more than 40 years. The organization performs continual mechanical and specialized maintenance services, as well as maintenance during stops at industrial plants. It carries out these activities at different refineries and petrochemical plants in California, Utah, Texas, and other states, as well as for clients such as Chevron, Valero, Exxon, Andeavor, Marathon, Dow Chemicals, and Lyondell Basel.