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PORR AG. Success through intelligent growth.

With more than 17,719 staff members and production output of around EUR 4.7 bn (as of year-end 2017), the PORR Group is one of the largest Austrian construction companies and one of Europe’s leading infrastructure specialists. As a full service provider, it covers every aspect of the modern construction industry – from building construction through to complex projects in railway and bridge construction, tunnelling and road construction. The Group generates more than 87% of its production output on the five stable home markets of Austria, Germany, Switzerland, Poland and the Czech Republic. In terms of projects, the Group additionally works in selected countries in the CEE/SEE region, in Scandinavia, the UK and Qatar. PORR concentrates on its core competencies in infrastructure on these project markets. PORR AG is the oldest Austrian listed company and has been listed on the Vienna Stock Exchange since 1869; today it is listed on the prime market. It has a stable, long-term-focused shareholder with the Ortner-Strauss syndicate. Free-float shares in PORR account for around 46.3%.

Group Executive Board

Investment Story

Strong core

  • Market leader in Austria
  • Strong footprint in  ve European home markets (87% of total production output)
  • Demand outperforms construction supply



  • Landmark projects across every sector
  • One-stop-shop: value chain in-house
  • Order backlog of EUR 6.7 bn: full capacity utilization far beyond 2018



  • Focus on pro tability and sound balance sheet
  • Focus on risk-pro le and balanced quality order book
  • Focus on innovation and technology


Capital market

  • Attractive dividend policy
  • Continuity in payout ratio (30–50% of net pro t)
  • Shareholder value  rst


Key performance indicators

in EUR m201720162015
Production output4,7383,9253,524
Order backlog6,3674,8044,579
Order intake6,3014,1504,045
# Staff17,71915,32813,878


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Shareholder structure



Dividend policy




Production output 2017


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