Ferrovial reports diverse graduate intake and revenue growth

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Ferrovial Construction has revealed that six successful 10 of the graduates it hired this twelvemonth came from Black oregon Asian backgrounds.

The UK limb of the Spanish-headquartered elephantine said its “diverse” squad remained astatine the “heart” of the concern arsenic it posted maturation successful gross and nett successful 2021.

London-based Ferrovial Construction revealed income of £456m successful the 12 months to 31 December past year, up 19 per cent from the anterior period.

Its operating nett besides accrued to £6m successful the past twelvemonth portion its bid publication stayed astatine £1bn astatine the extremity of the period.

Ferrovial Construction managing manager Karl Goose said: “It’s fantabulous to spot the effect of the team’s hard work, confirming that we proceed to caput successful the close absorption contempt the challenges of the pandemic.

“Infrastructure’s relation successful the UK’s economical betterment is wide and we are focused connected sustainably contributing to this present and agelong into the aboriginal to enactment our clients, proviso concatenation and the communities wherever we work.”

He said: “Our increasing and divers squad remains astatine the bosom of our concern and we volition proceed to prioritise their development, vocation progression and their wellness and wellbeing.

“Our aboriginal endowment assemblage volition signifier 25 per cent of our worker basal by the extremity of 2022, with 62 per cent of this year’s postgraduate intake from a Black oregon Asian background.”

Goose added that successful the twelvemonth up the steadfast aimed to deed c simplification targets arsenic approved by the Science-Based Targets inaugural and enactment with the wider manufacture to execute c neutral construction.

Ferrovial’s planetary concern accrued gross by 5.4 per cent successful like-for-like presumption to €6,778m (£5.7bn) successful 2021. It made a full consolidated nett of £1.3bn aft a £373m nonaccomplishment the anterior period.

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