Construcap Climbs up the List of Top Brazilian Real Estate Developers

 

Construcap is among the leading Brazilian construction companies. They offer a broad spectrum of construction works and services in roads, rail, commercial and industrial buildings, port, and much more.  They also are playing a major part in a new Fiat factory, as this article covers “Fiat factory – Construcap – Goiana – PE – In Progress”.

 

Their operations are guided by Integrated Management System – GIS and are strictly compliant with ISO 9001; ISO 14001 and OHSAS 18001. The company’s management is aimed at enhancing continuous development processes, and the employees are fully committed to their clients’ needs.

 

Construcap recently delivered in consortium the RCO-03reservoir as part of Lamb Stream Comples. This is aimed at controlling the effect of floods raging from the mediations of Capece Avenue, south of São Paulo. The reservoir will hold 40,000 cubic meters of rainwater, with leverage on its surface.

Read the full story on Construcap’s rise on Wikipedia, or you can also connect with them on LinkedIn, or like the Facebook page.

Other two real estate companies in Brazil include Cyrela Brazil Realty and PDG. They similarly offer world-class construction services that meet the specific customer needs, while focusing on environmental safety.

 

Cyrela Brazil Realty

 

Cyrela Brazil Realty is Brazil’s largest homebuilder and real estate developer in terms of market value and revenue. The company operates in over 55 cities in Argentina and Brazil and 17 U.S. states with solid civil construction capability. It was founded in 1962 and has over 35,000 clients so far.

 

Cyrela is headquartered in São Paulo Brazil and is listed in the BM&F Bovespa. The CEO and majority shareholder of the company is the Jewish billionaire businessman, Elie Horn, who was born in Syria.

 

PDG

 

PDG is the second largest Brazilian real estate company and focuses on the popular real estate segment. The company was listed in the corporate index Novo Mercado in January 2007 and in 2010 it became part of Ibovespa index.

 

The company’s strategy is to steer growth through investing in subsidiary projects in addition to direct investments. PDG has control over the majority of its consolidated capital and has a presence in 56 Brazilian cities and 11 states. Its real estate projects range from residential buildings of various classes (economy class and high income), luxury condominiums and commercial structures that attract leasing and renting. The company is also involved in consulting business and real estate brokerage.

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