Metro de Bilbao, line 3. Spain
To develop complex infrastructure projects and services that contribute to improving citizens’ quality of life, providing opportunities for personal and professional development for our employees and creating value for our customers, partners and shareholders.
To be a leading group with an international focus that is seen as a benchmark in developing innovative, high-value projects, that grows steadily and pro tably, providing quality employment opportunities for our employees while being environmentally friendly.
The Group’s organisational structure is arranged around the figure of the Executive Chairman and CEO, to which are accountable, firstly, the non-executive Chairmen and the Managing Directors of each business area, and secondly, various departments which provide support to the rest of the Group: the General Strategic and Corporate Development Department, the General Finance Department, the General Corporate Department, the General Talent Management and Human Resources Department and, lastly, the General Legal Advisory Department/Secretary to the Board of Directors.
The concession business, which continues to grow, must continue to be rmly committed to green eld investments in transport and social infrastructure in key markets. Mature assets are rotated as the same time local structures are consolidated.
Revenue for Sacyr Industrial amounted to 401 million euros in 2016, up 38% on the previous year thanks to the contribution of the La Pampilla contracts (Peru); the regasi cation plant in Cartagena de Indias (Colombia) and the cement plant at Oruro (Bolivia); the new EPC (Engineering, Procurement and
Construction) contracts awarded this year, in Oil and Gas (Spain and Peru), in electricity infrastructure (Chile) and in the Environment division (Ecuador); and also due to the strategic alliances made with companies like Fluor, Nervión and Isotrón in previous years.
The Sacyr Group’s Services area, headed by Valoriza Gestión, continued with its strategy of growth and diversi cation in 2016.
In 2016, Valoriza posted revenues of 908 million euros, 19% higher than in 2015. This growth was fuelled by the Multiservices businesses (+28.5%), Environment (+10.9%) and Water (+16.8%).
EBITDA was 76 million euros, with a year- on-year variation of 9%. The EBITDA margin was 8%.
At 31 December, Valoriza’s backlog stood at 6,447 million euros, of which 29% derives from the international market. Valoriza remains rmly committed to tendering activity in all its business areas both in Spain and abroad.