World economies are backed by presence of infrastructure. Brazil has construction sites everywhere as it is a country in the works. Civil construction in Brazil contributes to about 5% to the country’s GDP. Construction companies require a lot of capital for them to succeed.
Statics show that as few as 12 Brazilian firms are responsible for erecting about 30% of all the nation’s infrastructural works. They generate a total of BRL 286.6 billion.
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The company acts in the private and public sectors, with emphasis on buildings, energy and infrastructure. Its operations are in line with the Integrated Management System which is certified by ISO 9001, OHSAS 18001, and ISO 14001
Construcap Group is a compound company with several subsidiaries. The first one is the Construcap CCPS Engenharia e Comércio S / A. The company is located at Eldorado Business Tower, Pinheiros, SP.
The second firm is the Minas Arena – Sports Facilities Management S / A. and it is only six years old. It undertook the reform and modernization of the Mineirão Sports Complex, in Belo Horizonte.
Then there is the Concert of Concession Road Juiz de Fora – Rio. This company has performed tremendously in the improvement of logistics and the transport sectors. It is located along Washington Luis Highway, Duque de Caxias.
The fourth one, CMO Construction and Assembly Off-Shore, was established in 2011 to develop efficient modern solutions to meet the needs of maritime and offshore sectors at national and international levels. The company is in Rua Lauro Muller, Rio de Janeiro.
CFPS Engenharia e Projetos is the fifth company which has been in operation for four years. It is a joint venture between American Fluor and Construcap. It provides a spectrum of services in the Energy, Mining, and Pharmaceutical sectors. It resides in San Paulo, Brazil.
Finally, there is Inova Health. It was set up in 2014 to build three health facilities in San Paulo. The hospitals to be built were São Paulo with 218 beds, São José dos Campos with 158 beds, and Sorocaba with 250 beds. The company’s role was to construct the facilities, to supply equipment, and to manage non-care services in the hospitals.