FCC Construction is the market leader in infrastructure and facilities construction in Spain. It has gained extensive experience over the course of more than 100 years, and in 2010 accounted for 55.3% of FCC's turnover.
It activities cover every area of construction: from carrying out civil works (roads, railways, airports, hydraulic and maritime construction) to building (residential and non-residential), both within in Spain and abroad.
FCC Construction has significant experience in carrying out projects on a concession basis. It also has a range of subsidiary companies that specialise in activities related to this sector, such as Alpine, the second largest Austrian construction firm; Ramalho Rosa Cobetar, a subsidiary of FCC Construction in Portugal, and other construction companies in Spain.
FCC Industrial is part of FCC Construction's group of subsidiary companies. It came into being in 2010 following the merger of 10 subsidiaries operating within common and complementary sectors and activities.
Despite its recent creation, FCC Industrial benefits from the specialist experience and knowledge of these 10 companies, which had a track record of operating in the industrial and energy sectors.
FCC industrial covers various business lines within several areas of action: renewable energy, construction of industrial plants, electromechanical installations and assemblies, distribution networks, maintenance and energy efficiency, systems engineering, and the manufacture of power boxes.
All these business lines focus on providing a high-quality service to all the division's clients.