Sustainability Yearbook 2020 awarded Ferrovial the highest distinction in the Construction and Engineering category. The company incorporates a number of features into its decision-making process that allow them to mitigate risks, measure the impact of their actions, and offer sustainable results.
More than 4,700 companies from 61 sectors, providing more than 220,000 documents with over 3 million performance indicators, were analyzed to produce the report and catalog companies in a sustainability ranking.
In receiving the Gold distinction, various aspects of Ferrovial’s activity in economic, environmental, and social dimensions were taken into account, such as the choice of construction materials and the impact of their life cycle; the proposal and development of energy-efficient buildings; climate strategy; managing health and safety at work; finding, hiring, and retaining talent; and aspects of the Corporate Code of Ethics.
Ferrovial in ‘The Sustainability Yearbook’
Since 2005, the first year Ferrovial appeared in this report, the company has continued to be a presence in it up to this year. In its last few editions, it won the Silver distinction, and in 2020, the company was finally awarded the Gold seal for its global leadership in its sector on the Dow Jones Sustainability Index.
Sustainability leaders in the sector, according to the Dow Jones Sustainability Index
In 2019, Ferrovial was rated as the world leader in the construction and engineering sector, according to the Dow Jones Sustainability Index (DJSI), the most prestigious sustainability index developed by the SAM agency. The company is on the global and European DJSI indices for the eighteenth consecutive year.