About Us

We partner with our clients to achieve their business ambitions.

With a benefit of 60 years’ local and international experience, a workforce of more than 96,000 people, and a presence in over 20 countries, we provide innovative solutions to our clients.

We design, fund, construct, operate, and maintain major projects and infrastructure assets across diverse industries. Broadspectrum is driven by a relentless pursuit of enhancing human experiences for those who interact with the industries we’re part of.

Innovation for industry, community and clients is key to our culture with five Centres of Excellence, longstanding relationships with more than 30 prestigious universities and our own corporate university, Summa, in Madrid. An example of our global scale and capability, is our ongoing funding, design, construction, operation and maintenance of Heathrow Airport in London where we ensure smooth operations for 80 airlines, 472,067 flights and 75 million passengers every year.

With a S&P rating of BBB and an annual revenue of AU$19 billion, the Ferrovial group is one of the world’s leading infrastructure operators and municipal services companies recognised to deliver sustainable solutions in its fields: Services, Toll Roads, Construction and Airports.


Airports | Rail and Metro | Public Transport | Roads | Telecommunication | Water | Power | Defence | Local Government | Maritime | Social Housing | Universities, Schools and Campuses | Justice | Property | Health | Oil and Gas | Mining | Industrial


Asset Management | Consulting | Design and Engineering | Construction | Operations | Maintenance | Well Servicing | Facilities Management | Waste Management | Corporate Real Estate | Public Private Partnerships | Energy Efficiency | Smart Cities | Contact Centre | Integrated Service | Logistics 

Chinchilla on Charlies

‘Chinchilla on Charlies’ is an artwork that was commissioned to commemorate the launch of Broadspectrum’s fourth Reconciliation Action Plan 2018-2021. Special thanks goes to Chinchilla State High School staff and students for creating the artwork in collaboration with Anthony Turnbull of Him-Fulla Aboriginal Art Studio. It tells the story of the township of Chinchilla and Charlies Creek.

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