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Ferrovial completes acquisition of Enterprise

Contractor Ferrovial has completed its acquisition of utilities contractor Enterprise, following approval from the European Competition Commission.

The firm was acquired for £385M and will be integrated into Ferrovial’s subsidiary Amey, creating a company employing 21,000 people with a turnover of £2.3bn.

Amey chief executive Mel Ewell will be chief executive of the integrated company.

Ferrovial recently bought Chilean mining company Steel Ingenieria to strengthen its services business and expand internationally.

Management team of the integrated Amey/Enterprise

  • Andrew Nelson: chief finance officer
  • Nick Gregg: managing director, government
  • Gillian Duggan: managing director, built environment
  • Andy Milner: managing director, rail and consulting
  • Dan Holland: managing director, utilities and defence
  • Darryl Salmons: chief information officer
  • Valerie Hughes-D’Aeth: group HR and communications director
  • Wayne Robertson: group legal director
  • Keith Sexton: group HSEA director
  • Andres Camacho: integration director
  • John Faulkner: strategy director

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