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Ferrovial has been active in the North American transportation industry since 1999. In the last eight years, Ferrovial has been awarded seven major design-build contracts in North America totaling $8.5 Billion.

Each of Ferrovial Agroman’s US and Canada active construction projects have dedicated websites. The sites include general information on the project, current construction status, travel / traffic notices, along with contact information for doing business with the project company.

Active Projects

Nipigon River Bridge Replacement

Ontario Ministry of Transportation.

  • Contract Type: Construction
  • Construction Value: $106 M
  • Construction Start / End Dates: July 2013 – July 2017

Ontario's first cable-stayed bridge, a two-span, centre pier, four lane structure, 252 m in total length across the Nipigon River gorge; four lane expansion of Hwy 11/17 over 4.9 km east of the Town of Nipigon, Ontario; reconstruction of the Hwy 11/17 intersection 500 m east of the bridge; and demolition and removal of the existing Nipigon River Bridge and in-water piers from earlier structure.  Works include piling, installation of a cast in place substructure and pre-cast and structural steel works, installation of cable stays, earth excavation and rock embankment, granular base, grading, electrical and hot mix paving.

407 East Extension Phase 2, Toronto, Canada

Infrastructure Ontario.

  • Contract Type: Design-Build.
  • Construction Value: $ 722 M
  • Construction Start / End Dates: Jun 2015 – Dec 2019

The 407 East Extension Phase 2 project consists of new construction of a total of 20 mile, four to six-lane, limited access all-electronic toll highway.

The project will include eight new interchanges, as well as three, freeway-to-freeway connections. Ferrovial Agroman serves as lead contractor responsible for design and construction under a lump-sum, fixed-price and fixed-schedule.

North Tarrant Express Segment 3A, Fort Worth, Texas

Texas Department of Transportation.

  • Contract Type: Design-Build
  • Construction Value: $985 M
  • Construction Start / End Dates: Sept 2013 – Sept 2018

The North Tarrant Express Segment 3A will provide for the reconstruction of the freeway and the addition of managed lanes on a congested segment of IH 35W in Fort Worth. The project consists of widening and reconstructing 6.5 miles of four- to six-lane highway and the addition of four-lane managed high-occupancy vehicle lanes in the median.

Ferrovial Agroman is the lead contractor responsible for design and construction under a lump-sum, fixed-price and fixed-schedule.

California High Speed Rail Construction Package 4, Central Valley, California

California High Speed Rail Authority.

  • Contract Type: Design-Build.
  • Construction Value: $400 M
  • Construction Start / End Dates: May 2016 – Fall 2019

The project is located within the counties of Tulare and Kern, and the cities of Shafter and Wasco. It is bounded by a point approximately one mile north of the Tulare-Kern County Line to the north and Poplar Avenue to the south.

The project alignment will extend approximately 22 miles in length. Major work elements include construction of at-grade, retained fill, and aerial track sections.

I-285/SR 400 Corridor Improvements, Atlanta, Georgia

Georgia Department of Transportation.

  • Contract Type: Design-Build
  • Construction Value: $460 M
  • Construction Start / End Dates: May 2016 – April 2020

The proposed improvements are designed to aid in reducing traffic congestion and improve safety in the area surrounding the I-285/SR 400 interchange in metro Atlanta.

New flyover ramps, new collector-distributor lanes and other facilities to aid east-west travel on along I-285 and north-south travel along SR 400 would be constructed.

I-77 HOT Lanes, Charlotte, North Carolina

North Carolina Department of Transportation.

  • Contract Type: Design-Build
  • Construction Value: $450 M
  • Construction Start / End Dates: November 2015 – 2018

The new I-77 Express Lanes provide drivers with a choice of how to travel on I-77 between Uptown Charlotte and Exit 36 in Mooresville. The express lanes are dedicated travel lanes that will run adjacent to the existing general purpose lanes.

Two express lanes will run on I-77 in each direction between Charlotte and Exit 28. One express lane in either direction will run from Exit 28 to Exit 36 to minimize environmental impacts on Lake Norman. By converting the current High Occupancy Vehicle (HOV) lanes to Express Lanes, more vehicles will travel more quickly through the north corridor. During each trip, motorists will be able to decide if they want to use the express lanes, the general purpose lanes or a combination of both to allow for a more efficient drive.

Completed Projects

I-635 LBJ Express, Dallas, Texas

Texas Department of Transportation.

  • Contract Type: Design-Build
  • Construction Value: $2.1B
  • Construction Start / End Dates: June 2010 – September 2015

I-635 LBJ Express is one of the largest highway and most complex projects ever undertaken in the U.S. Ferrovial Agroman serves as the lead contractor responsible for design and construction under a lump-sum, fixed-price and fixed-schedule. The project includes new construction of four to six-lane, 16-mile elevated, at-grade and depressed managed HOV lanes within the footprint of an existing freeway and reconstruction of more than 100-lane miles of existing main lanes and continuous service roads to accommodate highway widening.

Construction consists of 90+ bridges including multiple three level interchanges and direct connectors with two major congested freeways: Dallas North Tollway and I-35E; 9.3 million cubic yards of earthwork; 575,000 tons of paving; 3.4 million square feet of retaining walls; installation of IT and toll collection systems; and live traffic with AADT > 200,000.

I-635 LBJ Express was awarded The American Road and Transportation Builders Association 2013 Globe Award for outstanding efforts in maintaining environmental protection and standards throughout each phase of construction.

407 East Extension Phase 1, Toronto, Canada

Infrastructure Ontario.

  • Contract Type: Design-Build
  • Construction Value: $771 M
  • Construction Start / End Dates: May 2012 – Dec 2015

The 407 East Extension Phase 1 project consists of new construction and realignment of 22-mile, four to six-lane, limited access all-electronic toll highway. The project includes: 11 interchanges, 31 major water crossings and 16 road crossings. Ferrovial Agroman serves as lead contractor responsible for design and construction under a lump-sum, fixed-price and fixed-schedule.

North Tarrant Express Segments 1 and 2, Fort Worth, Texas

Texas Department of Transportation.

  • Contract Type: Design-Build.
  • Construction Value: $1.5B
  • Construction Start / End Dates: Dec 2009 – June 2015

North Tarrant Express Segments 1 and 2 includes major highway improvements to the critical I-820 and SH 121/183 corridor between I-35W and Industrial Boulevard. The project will double capacity along the 13.7 mile corridor. The project consists of reconstruction of four to six-lane main lanes and new construction of four-lane managed lanes, frontage roads and auxiliary lanes.

The construction consists of 84 bridges of 3.8 million square feet of deck area; 7.7 million cubic yards of earthwork; 290,000 linear feet of pipes/culverts; 2.7 million square feet in 157 retaining walls; 800,000 tons of paving; 214,000 linear feet of drilled caisson shafts; 458,000 linear feet of prestressed concrete beams; 32 million pounds of rebar tied. The project was designed to accommodate the addition of one general purpose lane before 2030. Ferrovial Agroman is the lead contractor responsible for design and construction under a lump-sum, fixed-price and fixed-schedule.

Ferrovial Agroman was awarded the TxDOT Office of Civil Rights’ Small Business Advocacy Award in 2013 for outstanding DBE service on the project.

SH 130 Segments 5 and 6, Central Texas

Texas Department of Transportation.

  • Contract Type: Design-Build
  • Construction Value: $968 M
  • Construction Start / End Dates: March 2007 – Oct 2012

SH 130 Segments 5 and 6 (SH 130) is a large and complex four-lane, 40-mile, divided, limited access, all electronic open road toll highway constructed on a new terrain, traversing rural portions of Travis, Caldwell and Guadalupe counties in central Texas and bypassing a heavily congested stretch of IH 35. Ferrovial Agroman serves as lead member of the lead contractor responsible for design and construction under a lump-sum, fixed-price and fixed-schedule.

The project design and construction of the interim configuration (four-lane), accommodates future ultimate configuration (six-lane). The construction consisted of 72 new constructed bridges including three major interchanges, two direct connectors on I-10, four direct connectors on SH 45 (up to 100 feet high) one direct connector and one underpass at the Lockhart interchange; 28 million cubic yards of earthwork; 1.8 million tons of asphalt; and intelligent transportation system installation. SH 130 is the first greenfield DBFOM contract in Texas awarded and completed.

Indiana Toll Road, Northwest Indiana

Indiana Department of Transportation.

  • Contract Type: Design-Build
  • Construction Value: $251M
  • Construction Start / End Dates: Jun 2006 – Dec 2011

The Indiana Toll Road (ITR), built in 1956, is an east-west link that stretches 157 miles across the northernmost part of Indiana. The ITR is a four-lane, divided, limited-access toll road heavily travelled by trucks. As part of the 75 year concession agreement, 6.2 miles of the existing ITR were widened from four to six lanes. Ferrovial Agroman was the lead contractor responsible for design and construction of the six-mile widening under a lump-sum, fixed-price and fixed-schedule.

The project scope included reconstruction of two interchanges and 24 bridges and rehabilitation of existing structures including deck, steel beams, and concrete substructures. The project involved 565,000 tons of hot-mix asphalt and 1.0M cubic yards of earthwork. Ferrovial Agroman also led the civil works for the installation of IT and toll collection systems.

407 ETR

Infrastructure Ontario.

  • Contract Type: Design-Build
  • Construction Value: $409 M
  • Construction Start / End Dates: Jan 1999 – Jan 2002

407 ETR is a 67-mile multilane, divided, limited-access all-electronic open-access toll highway located in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Ferrovial Agroman was the lead contractor responsible for design and construction under a lump-sum, fixed-price and fixed-schedule.

The 407 ETR consortium was awarded the Canadian Council for P3s’ Gold Award at the National Awards for Innovation and Excellence for its role in the largest privatization project in Canadian history.

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