Ferrovial Services North America (FSNA) has been selected for a new contract in Northern Virginia that will cover approximately 50 centerline miles of the I-66 corridor running from Washington, D.C. through Arlington, Fairfax, and Prince William Counties.

This five-year partnership with the Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) represents a renewal of a relationship that began in 1995.  Business Director North America, Stuart Brohaska shared,

“We are thrilled to return to Virginia with VDOT as a client, now we have a great opportunity to put together a strong team and build upon the exceptional Ferrovial brand and Ferrovial standard that have been cultivated by our colleagues within Webber, Cintra, and Ferrovial Construction.”

The FSNA Infrastructure portfolio consists of 41 roadway, bridge, tunnel, facility, and landscape operations and maintenance contracts in the U.S. and Canada.  The nearly $25 million performance-based maintenance contract with VDOT includes roadside, traffic, roadway, and bridge services to maintain the safe transportation of the community and beautification of the counties.

Previous performance-based operations and maintenance contracts with Virginia DOT include:

  • Virginia Interstate Highway System maintaining 31 rest areas and welcome center facilities (awarded in 1995 spanning 10 years),
  • Virginia Interstate Highway System operations and maintenance services for 250 miles (awarded in 1996 spanning 10 years),
  • Richmond North and South TAMS (both awarded in 2007 and spanning 5 years), and
  • Lead maintenance contractor in Pocahontas Parkway (awarded in 2006 spanning 12 years).

“Our Infrastructure team recognizes that the excellent relationships built with our clients come from delivering daily on our promises and executing those agreements with excellence,” Daniel Filer, President, Ferrovial Services Infrastructure said.  “We are privileged again in Infrastructure to demonstrate our value to VDOT and look forward to a long-standing partnership.”