Felipe Montoro Jens: Expert in Infrastructure

“Great works stopped: how to face the problem?” is a study prepared by the National Confederation of Industry (CNI. It gives data 2017 information at year end that was given by the Ministry of Planning. The breakdown reveals that currently Brazil has nearly 2,796 paralyzed construction works. It further shows that many of the 517 are in direct relation to the infrastructure sector. That said, this clearly uncovers that 18.5 percent of that total number also had costs running up to about $ 10.7 billion to public all coffers, as reported by the Infrastructure Projects expert, Felipe Montoro Jens.

It gave an astounding discovery that this infrastructure had large affects on basic sanitation. It further revealed that 447 enterprises had been interrupted within the initial implementation phase. Then, finishing the 517 paralyzed works involved 5 waterways, 30 highways, 8 urban mobility works, 16 airports, 5 railways and 6 ports. Visit on his twitter account for latest updates

The survey’s author, “in addition to investing little in infrastructure revealed that barely 2 percent of the Gross Domestic Product (GDP). Brazil has a major role and high volume when it comes to resources inside the sector. This is simply brought about by excess of works interrupted way before The shutdowns all consume resources and don’t create benefits society needs and gives insight to a plentiful of failures regarding in the way the public sector goes about its projects. ”

Felipe Montoro Jens highlights that these many construction interruptions that happened in day-care centers, sports facilities and preschools inside the educational sector was also caused by a CNI study, even though they were not as complex and much cheaper.

Why is there discontinuation?

The study targeted technical problems, budgetary and financial difficulties, problems of land ownership and expropriation and abandonment of works by companies as the basic reasons for the interruption of construction.

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