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APP’s Northern NSW branch, and subsidiary of Broadspectrum, is supporting the Mark Hughes Foundation (MHF) with a Trivia Night in Newcastle on Friday 2 June, 2017. Continue reading →
Ferrovial’s revenues amounted to 2,885 million euro (+39%) and EBITDA to 227 million euro (+17%) as a result of good asset performance, traffic growth, new international construction contracts and the integration of Broadspectrum.
The main assets improved financial results and traffic volumes, and increased dividend payments. EBITDA increased at 407 ETR (+17.5%) and Heathrow Airport (+3.8%) in local currency terms.
Traffic increased steadily in both Toll Roads and Airports: 407 ETR (+5.6%), LBJ (+22.6%), NTE (+7.6%), Ausol I (+7%), Heathrow (+2.2%) and Glasgow Airport (+6.3%).
The total backlog remains above 33,300 million euro, of which 79% corresponds to international contracts. New contracts include operation and maintenance of Manchester Metrolink, and a number of roads in the US and Poland. Other notable new contracts that were not yet booked in the first quarter of 2017 are the I-66, in Virginia, and a section of the Grand Parkway, in Houston.
In view of the report published today by Amnesty International (AI) in connection with the Nauru RPC, Ferrovial has the following comments: Continue reading →
Broadspectrum recently presented at the annual ADM Defence Congress, held in Canberra. Chief Executive of Government Services and Outsourcing, Derek Osborn, discussed a Broadspectrum pilot program with one of the latest forward-thinking decision making tools available: our staff. Continue reading →
Broadspectrum (Australia) Pty Ltd and MPower Projects Pty Ltd have announced today the formation of a new consortium to target large scale solar projects in Australia.Continue reading →