More investments in PPPs, reports Felipe Montoro Jens

The Chief Executive Officer of Odebrecht Properties, Felipe Montoro Jens is currently in charge of 12 public private partnerships. Felipe Montoro Jens has over 20 years of experience working as a consultant for several industry leaders across real estate, oil, and sugar/ethanol sectors.

Felipe Montoro Jens has reported on several public private partnerships being implemented by the Brazilian federal government. Recently reporting growth in the GDP, Brazil wants to continue pushing the economy in the right direction and sees public private partnerships as a solution during these trying times. Belo Horizonte, the capital of the state Minas Gerais has implemented the largest public private partnership ever in Brazil’s history. According to Felipe Montoro Jens the public private partnership projects is upgrading all public lights to LED lights, from the current luminary lighting. The project is scheduled to end by 2020, and have replaced 182,000 lights. Felipe Montoro Jens has also reported in the upgrade of internet access infrastructure in Bahia. Felipe Montoro Jens reported the Light Rail Vehicle Project (VLT) is scheduled to upgrade 19 miles and include 21 stops. Read more at negocioemfoco.com about Felipe Montoro Jens

The city of Rio de Janeiro has implemented a huge undertaking with the plans to expand the child daycare and education networks. The network will expand to include 20,000 day care centers, and 40,000 preschools. Rio de Janeiro will use public private partnerships to implement the education expansion. The city has mapped out the responsibility for construction and general maintenance will be that of the private partners. Rio de Janeiro is hiring a World Bank Affiliate, The International Finance Corporation (IFC) has the senior consultants of the private partnerships. The International Finance Corporation will contribute financial support, and expertise in the implementation of projects in the most economically and efficient manner.

The government of Brazil made another investment of R $ 44 million to fund 57 public private partnerships to be initiated in 2018. Felipe Montoro Jens detailed the scope of projects are to include road construction, airport facility management solutions, and transferring government businesses to the private sector. Felipe reported the Mint will be auctioned to the private sector, to access better technology solutions. Check: http://maringa.odiario.com/politica/2017/06/por-que-privatizar-segundo-estudo-da-cni-com-felipe-montoro-jens/2384962/