|Key people||Mel Ewell, (CEO)|
|Parent||Grupo Ferrovial, S.A.|
Amey plc 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 Spanish company Grupo Ferrovial, S.A.. Its head office is in the Sherard Building in Oxford.
Amey was founded in the 1921 by William Amey as an Oxfordshire based quarry operator. The company grew during the Second World War with its involvement in the construction of Royal Air Force bases. In 1959, the company was responsible for the supply of gravel for the construction of the M1 motorway, between London and Birmingham. In the same year it became a public company. It was first listed on the London Stock Exchange in 1963.
Between 1972 and 1989, the company was owned by Consolidated Gold Fields, and used the Amey Roadstone name. In 1974, they bought Stephen Toulson & Sons. In 1989 Hanson purchased the company for a short period before it went into private ownership until 1995, when it was refloated on the London Stock Exchange. In 2003 it was acquired by Ferrovial, but continues to trade under the Amey name. In 2006, Amey acquired the highway and railway design consultancy, Owen Williams, allowing it to substantially grow its business and develop its own consultancy division.
Until May 2010, the company jointly owned (with Bechtel) Tube Lines, the consortium responsible for the maintenance, renewal and upgrade of the infrastructure, including track, trains, signals, civil work and stations, on three London Underground lines.
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