Ferrovial wins first South Carolina contract

Ferrovial subsidiary Webber will undertake $16.5m in improvements at South Carolina’s Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport (Courtesy of Ferrovial)
Spain’s Ferrovial has won its first project in South Carolina through its US subsidiary, Webber.

Webber will expand the ramp, roadway, and upgrade the stormwater system at the state’s Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport for $16.5m.

It’s due to finish the work by the end of 2023.

Webber also this week won a project in Georgia, to rehabilitate the I-75 highway in Peach County.

This $14.8m project for the Georgia Department of Transportation will upgrade some 17km of concrete on I-75, beginning north of SR 96 and extending south of Sardis Church Road.

It will see Webber replace some 21,000 sq m of concrete pavement.

Together, the South Carolina and Georgia projects are worth $31.3m.

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