This month Ferrovial has been present at a number of interesting events and participated in several exciting initiatives. Ferrovial was host to a conference about Climate Change in National Parks and FerroNATs participated in the World ATM Congress, the largest forum of the air traffic management industry. In honour of International Women’s Day, Ferrovial reaffirmed its commitment to equal opportunities by joining international solidarity movement HeForShe. and later in the month, on the 19th of March, Ferrovial participated in the global initiative Earth Hour
In terms of contracts.. Ferrovial’s English subsidiary Amey has expanded its London presence with contract wins worth £62.5m, Airbus has closed an agreement with Ferrovial Services for maintenance of their facilities in Spain.
Looking at company awards across Ferrovial’s business lines, The LBJ Express has received a National AGC Award which highlighted the success of its design-build process and community engagement and in Ferrovial Services, a FerroNATS project has won a European Commission Single European Sky award. In addition to this, María Dionis the Chief HR Officer of Ferrovial received the Hudson-ABC Award and Federico Florez was one of four CIOs at international level to receive a CIO Innovation Award from Forbes.
In other company news, Ferrovial Services has launched a new talent programme aimed at training 22 students in Treatment and Environmental Management. In the UK, Heathrow Airport has announced Lord Deighton as its new chairman and in Oman, the Al Ghubrah Desalination Plant has passed the COD.
Watch a video summary of the March news here: