Infrastructure concessions: Sacyr Concesiones

M-50 Circunvalación Dublín. Irlanda; Intercambiador de la Plaza Elíptica. Madrid.

The Sacyr Vallehermoso (SyV) Group's infrastructure concessions business started up in 1996 when the Group was awarded its first concession in Chile: Tramo Los Vilos – La Serena de la Ruta 5. Since then, its portfolio has grown thanks to continuing success in both new contract awards and in acquisition and privatisation processes in Spain and abroad. Today, the SyV Group operates in the infrastructure concessions sector via its subsidiary Sacyr Concesiones.

At 31 December 2011, Sacyr Concesiones had a portfolio of 34 concessions in six countries, of which 22 are toll motorway concessions:16 in the EU (11 in Spain, 2 in Portugal, 2 in Ireland and 1 in Italy) and six in Latin America (4 in Chile and 2 in Costa Rica). It also holds 12 concessions for other assets, namely: 3 hospitals in Madrid, 3 hospitals in Portugal, 2 transport hubs in Madrid, 2 underground lines (one in Seville and one in Tenerife), one airport in Murcia and one motorway service area company. Of the 34 concessions, 10 are under development and 24 are in full or partial operation, including 15 motorways totalling 1,154 km, as set out in the following list:

Concesiones Sacyr