Ferrovial Services lands new road maintenance contracts in Florida


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The company was recently awarded three road maintenance contracts in the state of Florida worth a combined €24 million. The company is currently in charge of maintaining over 11,000 km of highways in Florida.

Ferrovial Services recently won two new highway maintenance contracts and one contract renewal in Florida worth €24 million in total. As a result, Ferrovial Services currently has contracts in seven of Florida’s eight districts, covering more than 11,000 lane kilometers, 1,000 fixed bridges and 43 bascule bridges.

Under the First Coast Expressway contract, which runs for five years and is worth over €10 million, the company will provide the full range of maintenance services on this toll road, including specific structures and facilities, drainage, landscaping, traffic services and incident management. Measuring approximately 75 kilometers, the road links Duval, Clay and St. Johns counties, all in Florida.

The second contract, Bold Landscape and Wildflower Conservation, is in southern Florida. Ferrovial Services will provide road maintenance services as well as management, inspection and maintenance of all identified landscape and wildflower assets (12,000 plants) within FDOT’s rights-of-way for a three-year period, for over €3 million.

Ferrovial Services also successfully achieved the third consecutive renewal of its contract with Osceola County in Florida, extending the project to 2023. The project team is responsible for maintaining a 22.5-kilometer corridor in the BeautiVacation zone, located within the entrance to Disney World. The contract, worth approximately €11 million, includes road cleaning, traffic management, environmental services and street furniture upkeep.

Recent road contracts in North America

The Ontario Ministry of Transportation recently awarded Ferrovial Services two contracts to provide road maintenance services in Ottawa and York (Greater Toronto), worth a total of €200 million. The contracts, spanning seven years, will enter into force in the second (Ottawa) and third (York) quarters of 2019. In Ottawa, Ferrovial Services will maintain 1,844 kilometers of roads, including highway winter maintenance, such as operating a fleet of more than 70 snow plows. In York, in addition to routine maintenance of a 900-kilometer road network, it will operate more than 50 snow plows.


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