Odebrecht Infrastructure completes essential projects in Brazil in the segments of transport and logistics, energy, sanitation, urban development and buildings designed for public and corporate use.
The company works to overcome infrastructure bottlenecks in different regions of the country, building the following:

  • Subways
  • Highways
  • Railroads
  • Ports
  • Airports
  • Maritime equipment
  • Sports arenas
  • Schools
  • Administrative centers
  • Expo centers
  • Convention center
  • Projects in the energy sector

The most recent Odebrecht Infrastructure projects include Itaipava Arena Fonte Nova, Itaipava Arena Pernambuco, Corinthians Arena and Maracanã Stadium, which will serve as host sites during the 2014 World Soccer Cup. It is also developing projects designed for the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, which include the revitalization of the city’s port area (Maravilha Port) and the construction of the Subway Line 4.

Other recent Odebrecht Infrastructure projects include:

  • The Embraport installations in Santos (SP), the country’s largest private multi-use terminal;
  • The urban development of the low-income Complexo do Alemão community (RJ);
  • The Navy Shipyard and Naval Base, in Itaguaí (RJ), where conventional submarines and the first Brazilian nuclear-propelled submarine will be built;
  • The Enseada do Paraguaçu Shipyard, in Maragojipe (BA), which will be designed for the construction and integration of offshore units – such as rigs, specialized ships and drilling units.
  • The construction of the Presidente Tancredo Neves Administrative City (MG);
  • Extension of Line 1 of Trensurb, the Novo Hamburgo subway (RS);
  • The consolidation of the Aquapolo Environmental project, which produces reuse water for industrial purposes for the ABC Paulista Petrochemical Center (SP).

In the energy sector, its portfolio includes the construction of 78 hydroelectric power plants, 17 thermoelectric power plants, two nuclear power plants, and dams for different purposes, in addition to the installation of approximately 5,700 km of transmission lines. In all, there are more than 59,000 MW in construction projects, located both in Brazil and abroad.

The main energy developments currently being built by Odebrecht Infrastructure in Brazil include:

  • Santo Antônio Hydroelectric Power Plant (RO);
  • Teles Pires Hydroelectric Power Plant (PA-MT):
  • Belo Monte Hydroelectric Power Plant (PA);
  • Baixo Iguaçu Hydroelectric Power Plant (PR).

Odebrecht Infrastructure has been awarded nine consecutive times as the Most Admired Company in Brazil by the magazine Carta Capital; it was listed eight times as the Largest International Hydroelectric Power Plant Builder by the magazine ENR; it was listed by the newspaper Brasil Econômico as the Top Company in the Construction and Engineering sector; it received the Milton Vargas Award, granted by the magazine Fundações & Obras Geotécnicas, for the revitalization of Sepetiba Beach in the state of Rio de Janeiro; and also the Brazil Environmental Award, granted by the American Chamber of Commerce in Rio de Janeiro for the case Sustainable Construction Site, Environmental Education Applied to Civil Construction Work, related to the Embraport terminal project.