Company description

Amey, previously known as Amey Ltd and Amey Roadstone Construction, is a United Kingdom-based infrastructure support service provider. It was once listed on the London Stock Exchange, but since 2003, it has been a subsidiary of the Spanish company Ferrovial. Amey provides a range of mission-critical services in the UK including infrastructure maintenance and upkeep, consultancy and facility management. It also provides a recycling business.

Company details

Oxford, United Kingdom

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Company updates

  • January 04, 2023

    Ferrovial completes sale of Amey to UK company

    Ferrovial has announced the completion of the transaction for the sale of 100% of Amey Group to a UK company controlled by funds managed by One Equity Partners, in partnership with Buckthorn Partners....

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  • October 18, 2022

    Ferrovial sells Amey to UK company for US$452.4 million

    Ferrovial has announced an agreement for the GBP400 million (US$452.4 million) sale of 100% of the Amey by a UK company controlled by funds managed by One Equity Partners, who are enter...

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  • March 18, 2022

    PFI contract restructured for Birmingham highways

    The Birmingham City Council has modified the private finance initiative (PFI) contract for the operation and maintenance of road network project in Birmingham, the UK. The new contract...

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  • June 24, 2020

    Contract awarded for EV network expansion project in Greater Manchester

    Transport for Greater Manchester (TfGM) in the UK has awarded the contract to expand and maintain the city-region’s publicly owned electric vehicle (EV) charging network to Amey. The a...

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  • November 08, 2019

    Isle of Wight waste-to-energy project delay

    The commissioning of Isle of Wight waste-to-energy project developed by Amey is being delayed. The original date of operation was summer 2019. The Isle of Wight council said that the plant should be o...

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  • July 04, 2019

    Amey plc, Birmingham City Council reach highways PFI settlement

    Birmingham City Council and Amey plc have concluded the settlement for the termination of Birmingham Highways PFI contract. As part of the agreement, Amey will continue to provide services until...

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  • June 05, 2019

    Amey to exit road network PFI project in Birmingham

    Birmingham City Council in UK has agreed to the proposal given by Amey to exit the operation and maintenance concession of road network in Birmingham. Amey will pay total GBP 215 million (US$ 271...

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  • November 30, 2018

    Amey refuses to pay penalties for road PFI contract in Birmingham

    Birmingham City Council has disclosed that, since being ordered in June 2018, Amey has refused to pay the approximately GBP55 million (US$70.4 million) + interest that it owes to the council, reg...

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  • May 03, 2018

    Ferrovial sets aside US$285 million to cover penalties for Birmingham highways PPP

    Ferrovial has announced that it is going to include an additional provision of GBP208 million (US$283.1 million) in its financial results for the first quarter of 2018, which are t...

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  • December 26, 2017

    Ferrovial achieves FC on A$1,800 M Western Roads Upgrade project

    The Netflow consortium, comprising Cintra and Plenary, has achieved financial close on the A$1,800 million (US$1,38 million) Western Roads Upgrade project, Vict...

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