Felipe Montoro Jens on Improvement of Infrastructure Process

As the most important governmental body in regards to industry in Brazil, the CNI, or National Confederation of Industry, has recently conducted a study of the problem of construction stoppage on works in Brazil. This study was one of a body of 43 documents on planning which were given to potential presidential candidates ahead of next October’s elections. The CNI’s expert on infrastructure projects, Felipe Montoro Jens, has recently reported on this study. He affirmed that in general, all of the projects need to be better organized, planned and run in order to be completed, and in a cost-effective manner. Read this article at odiario.com about Felipe Montoro Jens

Jens is focusing here on reports that of Brazil’s total 2,796 building projects, 18.5% regard complicated infrastructure. Of those, 86% are sanitation related; highways and other transportation projects compose the remaining amount.

Brazil is currently going through an economic plight, requiring them to cut down severely on funding for these vital works projects. But the National Confederation of Industry also points to another factor in the stoppage: communication difficulties. The public managers (the parties responsible for the implementation of the projects), and the government bodies, do not always interact efficiently, resulting in the delays and stoppages. Learn more about Felipe Montoro Jens at terra.com

According to Felipe Montoro Jens, there are several steps which should be taken to improve this situation – better focus on the project’s big picture; a more thought-out step by step strategy for the plan; a more detailed look at the parts of the plan; a good equipment group setup; more even contracts between parties; and an internal group with solid direction.

Jose Augusto Fernandes, a CNI official in charge of policy, cautioned that Brazil needs to take heed of past difficulties in order to experience less capital loss and better facilitate the completion of these vital infrastructure and other important projects.

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