Ferrovial Services North America Competitors, Revenue, Alternatives and Pricing

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Austin, TX USA
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Estimated Revenue & Financials

  • Ferrovial Services North America's estimated annual revenue is currently $64.8M per year.(?)
  • Ferrovial Services North America's estimated revenue per employee is $239,000

Employee Data

  • Ferrovial Services North America has 271 Employees.(?)
  • Ferrovial Services North America grew their employee count by 26% last year.
  • Ferrovial Services North America currently has 26 job openings.

Ferrovial Services North America is a leading company providing Oil & Gas and Infrastructure solutions across the United States and Canada. Its portfolio includes 35 outstanding contracts, such as Port Miami Tunnel and maintenance of the Chevron refineries in California. With more than 1,500 employees and a presence in 14 states, Ferrovial Services North America, generates true value and growth for its clients while maintaining a strong commitment to safety and social responsibility. Infrastructure: Ferrovial Services offers a range of solutions for maintaining critical infrastructure in North America. They include operations in tunnels and bridges, daily maintenance, technical inspections, incident response, and upgrades. Some of the contracts include maintenance and operation of the Port of Miami Tunnel (Florida); the Presidio Parkway in San Francisco (California); maintenance of the tunnel network in Washington DC; and winter road work in some areas of the province of Ontario (Canada). Oil & Gas: Activities in the Oil & Gas industry in North America are conducted under the HRI and Timec brands. Both have an extensive track record and strong brand recognition in North America. In this sector, Ferrovial Services provides maintenance and mechanical services for the chemical and petrochemical industry, as well as refineries and the transport of petroleum derivatives. The contracts include maintenance of the Lyondell Basell and Valero refineries, as well as other projects for Chevron and ExxonMobil, in Texas, California, North Dakota and other states.