In the month that Ferrovial released its 2017 financial results, the company’s focus on sustainability was recognised by RebecoSAM, who awarded its Silver Class distinction to Ferrovial. The Sustainability Yearbook recognises the world’s most sustainable companies and is a reference for investors across the world.
February also saw Ferrovial subsidiaries Broadspectrum and Cadagua secure their first contract win after signing a formal agreement to pursue work together in Australia and New Zealand, while Ferrovial Services also renewed its contract with Anglo American in Chile.
Ferrovial, Pascual and IBM, amongst other companies, joined Madrid’s Technical University to launch the Madrid Innovation Driven Ecosystem (MIDE), the first not-for-profit collaborative platform with the aim of promoting entrepreneurship and innovation within the region.
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