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UPDATE 1-Texas toll road files for bankruptcy as cash runs low
SH 130 Concession Co LLC, which operates the section of state highway 130, is jointly owned by the Cintra unit of Spain's Ferrovial SA and Zachry American Infrastructure of San Antonio. The operator struck a $1.3 billion agreement with Texas in 2006 to ...
California Seeks Bids for Next Segment of High-Speed Rail
Ferrovial Agroman was among the unsuccessful bidders for the first construction contract and withdrew from competition for the second contract.
Spain's Ferrovial abandons bid for Transfield
Spanish infrastructure group Ferrovial has ended takeover talks with Transfield Services following the rejection of a A$1bn (US$817m) offer for the Australian outsourcing and construction services company.
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Nipigon bridge engineers based in Spain
Engineering giant Ferrovial, based in Madrid and part of the same company that owns Hwy. 407, was responsible for the engineering.
Ferrovial rethinks Broadspectrum takeover proposal
Broadspectrum shares fell more than 13 per cent yesterday to close 16.5c lower at $1.09 after Ferrovial notified the Australian Securities Exchange it would “consider the implications” of changes made to the government tender announced on Monday.
Exclusive: Infrastructure investors line up for Indiana toll road
Canada Pension Plan Investment Board (CPPIB) has teamed up with Ferrovial SA's toll road operator Cintra and Canadian investment manager Brookfield Asset Management (BAMa.
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Why I own SNC-Lavalin stock for my clients
(EBITDA represents earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization.) Currently, the ownership is roughly 40 per cent CPPIB, 43 per cent Ferrovial SA and 17 per cent SNC. Using the same 30 multiple today, I estimate, in line with Street ...
Spain Fines Waste Management Cos. $111M For Cartel
Law360, New York (January 28, 2015, 2:48 PM EST) -- Spain's antitrust enforcer has recently fined 39 companies and three associations a total of €98.2 million ($111 million) for forming a cartel in the urban waste management industry, according to a ...
Heathrow says BAA name no longer stacks up
LONDON (Reuters) - Heathrow airport, owned by Spain's Ferrovial SA, is scrapping the over-arching BAA name, saying that its forced focus on its flagship airport makes the national origins of the BAA name redundant.
Heathrow Express Braces for Crossrail to End Airport Monopoly
Heathrow Express, which runs the only surface rail link to Europe's busiest airport, pledged to carry on growing even as it braces for the end of its 19-year monopoly on the route when Crossrail Ltd.