Felipe Montoro Jens, a Brazilian entrepreneur and infrastructure expert, has been working on several large projects in PPP (Public-Private Partnership) investment. He announced a few new ones earlier this month.
The Brazilian businessman will be investing in a large PPP in Sao Paulo, Brazil between the Sao Paulo Municipal Housing Secretariat and the Metropolitan Housing Company. The partnership started up on January 18, 2018, and it envisions 34 000 new housing units across the city to be constructed and developed by 2023. During those six years, the two institutions will be working together towards providing housing for the growing population of the metropolitan city. According to the infrastructure projects specialist Felipe Montoro Jens, the vast project is likely to generate at least 100 000 jobs.
The mayor of Sao Paulo, Joao Doria, claims that the city is the first one in the country of Brazil to work through a public-private partnership on housing development. Mayor Joao Doria added that he was extremely proud to have the project underway during his tenure and that he believes it will only serve to enhance the city of Sao Paulo. What is more, the city of Sao Paulo is experiencing economic recovery, said the Mayor, and is expanding in terms of industrial growth, social services, and trade.
According to Felipe Montoro Jens, the private-public partnership project could easily reach up to a cost of up to R & 7 billion. Felipe Montoro Jens added that the money would serve to cover the costs of construction and development of residential areas, school structure, health facilities, commercial buildings, as well as canters for daycare. In addition to that, the vast sum is supposed to cover the associated public utilities from the work on such a massive project.
The infrastructure specialist Felipe Montoro Jens has provided a lot of information on the project so far. Another bit of information was released several days ago that the establishment of the structures will be on 12 lots scattered across various districts within the city of Sao Paulo. They will be acquired in an international public bidding. The project is supposed to start in the Ipiranga District, Heliopolis. Check: http://www.negociosemfoco.com/newsdino/?releaseid=141832