Odebrecht invests in infrastructure projects from their development to maturation, with a focus on public-private partnerships (PPPs).
Odebrecht Investimentos em Infra-estrutura Ltda. (OII), the leading company for the Group’s infrastructure investment business, concentrates its operations in three sectors: energy, transportation, and water and sanitation.
In Brazil, it is responsible for running the water and sanitation system in the city of Limeira, São Paulo. It is also beginning the development of roadworks for the Praia do Paiva project in Pernambuco.
In Peru, OII is investing in a water storage and transportation system to irrigate the Olmos Valley, which will be operated by Concessionaria Trasvase Olmos S.A. The highlights in that country also include two key routes for South American integration: IIRSA North and IIRSA South. IIRSA North will be operated by an affiliate, Concesionaria Interoceanica Norte S.A. Two subsidiaries, Concesionaria Interoceanica Sur – Tramo 2 S.A. and Concesionaria Interoceanica Sur – Tramo 3 S.A., will operate IIRSA South.
In Ecuador, OII is investing in the implementation of the Baba Hydroelectric Plant project.
In Portugal, working through Odebrecht subsidiary Bento Pedroso Construções S.A., it is a partner in the following road management companies: Aenor – Auto-Estradas do Norte S.A., Lusoscut Auto-Estradas das Beiras Litoral e Alta S.A., Lusoscut Auto-Estradas da Costa de Prata S.A. and Lusoscut Auto-Estradas do Grande Porto S.A.
Odebrecht is currently taking part in the implementation of infrastructure investments worth a total of USD 6.5 billion.
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