Through Ferrovial Services subsidiary Amey, Ferrovial has been selected by Liverpool City Council to run two contracts worth a combined 133.5 million euro to deliver highway and street cleaning services for 9 years. The contracts will deliver around £33million of savings for the council.
Amey, a subsidiary of Ferrovial Services, has been chosen by Liverpool City Council as preferred bidder to take charge of road maintenance and street cleaning in the city for nine years, under contracts worth more than 113 million pounds, equivalent to over 133.5 million euro.
Under these agreements, Amey will be responsible for improving and maintaining the city’s highway infrastructureincluding nearly 2,000 kilometres of roads, 44,000 street lights and 516 structuresas well as street cleaning, winter maintenance and highway improvement schemes.
“These new contracts strengthen our presence in municipal services in the United Kingdom, based on our approach to optimising costs through end-to-end management of services and our long-term commitment to cities,” said Santiago Olivares, CEO of Ferrovial Services.
It is estimated that Amey will save the City of Liverpool over 33 million pounds over the term of the contract. The contracts will also contribute to the social and economic regeneration of Liverpool through the creation of jobs, skills and training opportunities, with particular support for small and medium enterprises.
Amey, the UK subsidiary of Ferrovial Services, already maintains urban infrastructure in Birmingham and Sheffield on the basis of efficiency, continuous improvement of quality based on indicators, sustainability, and promoting the local economy.
Ferrovial Services has established itself as one of Europe’s leading city operators. In April 2013, Ferrovial acquired Enterprise, one of the UK’s leading providers of services to utilities and the public sector. The integration of Enterprise into Amey will create one of the most diversified companies in its sector, with over 21,000 employees and revenues in excess of 2.6 billion euro.