Ferrovial Agroman UK & Ireland Limited
Ferrovial Agroman UK & Ireland has developed Ferrovial’s construction activity in the British-Irish market since 2002.
As of September 2012, the company has 535 members of staff and manages an order book in excess of 1.8 billion euros. In 2010, Ferrovial Agroman signed the largest contract yet for the company in the British Isles, the Design and Construction of the new terminal T2A at Heathrow Airport.
New road contracts in Ireland were awarded, consistently delivering on time and to budget which led to prestigious recognition (Major Contractor of the Year 2010 in Ireland, Construction Excellence Award 2011).
In London, the T3IB Integrated Baggage Building at Heathrow Airport along with projects such as the new stands at Heathrow Airport and the very first ECI project in the history of Ferrovial - the A8 highway in Northern Ireland.
Looking ahead, the safe and efficient delivery of multi-million pound projects in Great Britain and Ireland continues to build Ferrovial Agroman's reputation as one of the leaders in the British-Irish market. The focus on innovative solutions and commitment to progress runs throughout all levels of the company and has led to cutting-edge research programmes (MIT), prestigious industry awards (Honourable mention in the 5th Aqueduct of Segovia Award for environmental actions carried out on the M3 Highway in Ireland), and initiatives such as the first Ferrovial Innovate event, the first Ferrovial BIM Seminar and the Graduate Conferences.
Our approach to occupational health and safety has always been to fully engaged the workforce in the decision process of all work activities. The development and implementation of Ferrovial Agroman LIFE Behavioural Programme obtained employees commitment to make health and safety personal which fully compliments the existing provision of good information, occupational health facilities and the encouragement to consider positive interventions that can lead to improved personal health.
Joined the Responsibility Deal: 22 October, 2013