Milestones 2021

FerroNews 2021


Launch of AIVIA for the development of 5G roads of the future


Budimex sells its real estate division for 331 million euros

Heathrow launches a plan to reduce carbon emissions in aviation


Award of the contract to improve the I-16/I-75 highway in Georgia (U.S.) for 229 million dollars


Awarded a 1,500 million dollars contract for the extension of the I-35 in San Antonio (U.S.)

Renewal of the agreement with the MIT for an additional five years


MaaS Global buys Wondo from Ferrovial, to will become the company's reference shareholder

Alicia Reyes and Hildegard Wortmann, appointed as independent Board Members of Ferrovial



AECA's 'Business Transparency' Award

Launching of IM-SAFE, a maintenance and safety project for infrastructures


Contract awarded for the construction of a section of the Sydney Subway for 1,240 million euros

Ferrovial Airports develops its own airport sustainability index


Ferrovial Construction wins CSR Accreditation Gold Award in United Kingdom and Ireland


Participation in the South Summit 2021


Sale of the Infrastructure Services business in Spain to Portobello Capital for 170,6 million euros

Creation of the Energy Infrastructures and Mobility Business Unit

Celebration of the first Health, Safety and Wellbeing Week


Presence in the Dow Jones Sustainability Index for the 20th consecutive year

Completion of the sale of the Environment business in Spain and Portugal to PreZero for 1,032 million euros


Rafael del Pino receives the Business Leader of the Year Award in New York

Completion of the purchase of a 24.86% stake in the Indian company IRB

Ferrovial among the world leaders in climate change, according to Carbon Disclosure Project

Stake increase to 55.704% in the I-66 U.S. Toll Road