Ferrovial in 2016
The company’s results in 2016 were marked by the generation of ex-infrastructure operating cash flow totalling EUR995mn (before tax), the result of balanced contributions with higher dividends from 407ETR, HAH and AGS, and improved operating cash flow from Services (mainly over the final quarter). This good performance enabled the company to increase shareholder remuneration (EUR544mn vs EUR532mn in 2015).
Employees96,001 in 25 countries
Turnover rate5.11 % voluntary
Commited employees84 % 67% participation in the 2015 employee satisfaction survey
INVESTMENT IN R&D47.8 M€ +9% compared to 2015
PROYECTOS DE I+D DESARROLLADOS+100 5 projects in partnership with MIT
As a company joined to the United Nations Global Compact since 2002, Ferrovial considers that the principles therein are a basis for its engagement worldwide and undertakes to guarantee that Human Rights are respected throughout the organization and across its supply chain.