Rio de Janeiro has been experiencing a higher rate of births which has created a rapidly growing demand for the Brazilian government to invest more in the education sector. The government has a plan to create 20 000 vacancies in daycare facilities across the city as well as 40 000 vacancies in the pre-schools across Rio de Janeiro.
Felipe Montoro Jens, a businessman and infrastructure expert, was invited to asses the project as it is a PPP project, meaning private- public partnership. the project is meant to be completed by 2020 and it will be under the management of the mayor of Rio d Janeiro, Mr. Marcelo Crivella. The City Hall of Rio de Janeiro will b achieving this project through a PP with several corporations. The mayor’s office will be responsible for making sure that the buildings to be expanded are up to standards and that the programs will not be interrupted during the constructions and expansions. Read this article at odiario.com about Felipe Montoro Jens
The private partners in the project also have their responsibilities. They will be constructing and maintaining new and exiting Infant Education Units, or EDIs. Two corporations ill be working on this aspect of the project. Both parties will be sharing costs. The project will b set in motion once Felipe Montoro Jens has reviewed the public- private partnership.
Rio de Janeiro is having several other projects underway as well. Another city that is working on several PPPs of its won in Sao Paulo. There, the mayor Joao Doria is having a public- private partnership with a few businesses to update the points of illumination in the city. That project has a far longer term as it is anticipated to take about ten years. That project was started by the former mayor of the city back in 2015. Under his leadership, the city has had more than 83 000 points of illumination switched to LED lighting.
Felipe Montoro Jens is currently serving Chief Executive Officer at the company of EnergiparCaptacao S. A. he is well known in his line fo work and has been operating in business in Brazil and the United States for more than twenty years. Check: http://frenchtribune.com/teneur/25613-felipe-montoro-jens-details-his-vision-future-brazils-privately-owned-corporations