The FCC Group

The FCC Group

The FCC Group is active in numerous European, African and American countries. In Spain it operates through the companies Fomento de Construcciones y Contratas, S.A., FCC Medio Ambiente, S.A., Aqualia, S.A., FCC Versia, S.A., and under the Ámbito name. FCC`s service activities include the collection, treatment and elimination of solid urban waste, street cleaning, sewer system maintenance, park and garden maintenance, treatment and elimination of industrial waste, full-service water management, urban furniture, technical vehicle inspection, parking, passenger transport, handling, conservation and systems and logistics.

Company details

Federico Salmón 13 , MADRID , 28016 Spain

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Business Type:
Service provider
Industry Type:
Water and Wastewater
Market Focus:
Globally (various continents)
Year Founded:
1911
Employees:
Over 1000
Turnover:
more than 1,000,000,000 €

This company also provides solutions for other industrial applications.
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We are a company committed to improving people's well-being

Our diversification enables us to offer a comprehensive service, providing services for the community, carrying out infrastructure construction works and developing renewable energies.

A leader in environmental services and infrastructure

FCC is the parent company of one of Europe's leading citizen services groups, operating in sectors such as environmental services, water, and infrastructure.

FCC obtained 6,334 billion euro in revenues in 2014, of which 44% came from international markets, mainly Europe and America.

Commitment to citizens

FCC's business model is focused on designing and providing smart services to citizens. To that end, it has developed an extensive portfolio of services, all of which are focused on improving eco-efficiency.

FCC's more than 58,000 employees worldwide interact with citizens on a daily basis and focus on constantly increasing sustainability. Together, we will create socially-integrated cities.

A balanced business model

FCC's balanced business model focuses on three main areas of activity.

Medio Ambiente manages and treats domestic and industrial waste, cleans streets, and maintains parks and gardens, among other activities.

Water, which operates under FCC Aqualia, provides end-to-end water management services, from operating infrastructure to supplying households and businesses.

In Infrastructure, the Group operates under FCC Construction and Cementos Portland Valderrivas; the latter is a listed company and a leader in cement production in Spain.FCC Construction designs, build and maintains infrastructure all over the world.

Diversification and international expansion: the pillars of our strategy

Our objective is to become a more global business group providing services for citizens. To achieve this, we have designed various strategies for each of our areas: Services,water and Infrastructures

large international projects

The Infrastructure strategy focuses on projects where FCC Construction has competitive advantages, such as experience in underground works, roads, high-speed railway lines, ports and airports.The area's most recent contract is the Riyadh Metro (Saudi Arabia), FCC's largest contract ever.

Cementos Portland Valderrivas is undergoing restructuring to address the sharp market contraction in Spain. In contrast, it is expanding production and margins in the US and Tunisia.

Water: growth

The Water business is conducted via FCC Aqualia, the second-largest end-to-end water management company in Spain and the third in the world. It supplies water to over 28 million people in 22 countries. FCC is committed to steadily expanding its Water business, in terms of both infrastructure construction and direct supply to customers.

Services: diversification

The Services business includes environmental, citizen and water services.

FCC's Services area, which has a solid presence in the UK, is in the process of expanding from Austria and the Czech Republic into other countries in Central Europe.

The strategy is based on orderly, systematic growth. The objective is to expand into neighbouring markets that provide synergies among customers, acquire local businesses and establish a firm position in the market.