Ferrovial Services North America closed out 2019 with six new contract awards in Texas, Florida and Georgia. All projects began work Jan. 1.
“It was great for the team to finish 2019 strong commercially with these wins,” says Infrastructure Executive Vice President Daniel Filer. Performing on these contracts and providing a quality service to our clients is how we continue to be successful.”
Two of these contracts bring Ferrovial Services back to Texas. The new mowing and maintenance contracts with the Harris County Flood Control District cover the central northwest service region for the District in the Houston area. Other potential scope of maintenance work includes debris removal, fence-line pruning and tree removal.
In Florida, state contracts were awarded in Districts 3 and 7. The 10-year, performance-based contract with Florida Department of Transportation’s District 7 is for all state highways located in Citrus County. Ferrovial crews will manage and perform all routine maintenance activities associated with roadway, structure, drainage, roadside, vegetation and aesthetics, traffic services, structure inspection, incident management and shared-use paths/trails.
The FDOT District 3 contract is a five-year, Best Value Performance aesthetics contract for roadside maintenance work in Jackson and Washington counties. This area includes department-owned vacant property and both fenced and unfenced storm water and mitigation facilities. Work activities include turf management, litter removal, mowing, edging, sweeping and tree trimming.
Lastly, the Georgia Department of Transportation awarded to Ferrovial Services two annual contracts in District 4, performing mowing and litter removal on state roads in 31 counties.