Felipe Montero Jens Reports on a Brazilian Study

The Confederação Nacional da Indústria (CNI) known in English as the National Confederation of Industry conducted a study in Brazil over large construction work projects that were left unfinished. According to the 2017 study provided by the Ministry of planning “Grandes obrasparadas: comoenfrentar o problema?” and conducted by the National Confederation of Industry. The study examines the amount of large construction work projects that have been left unfinished and how to fix this problem.

Out of a total of 2,796 unfinished construction projects in the country of Brazil 517 were in the area of infrastructure. Felipe Montoro Jens explains that the 517 unfinished construction works correspond to 18.5% of the total unfinished projects. This costs the Brazilian government R$ 10.7 billion Real’s from a treasury meant for public works.

Basic sanitation public works projects were the most affected in the area of infrastructure. 447 businesses stopped construction work during the startup phase. Out of the 517 unfinished works 34 were highways, 16 airports, 8 were urban mobility works, 6 ports, 5 railways and 5 were waterways. Though it contributes only 2% of its gross domestic product, Brazil itself plays a significant role in the draining of resources contributed to the public works sector. A large amount of construction work projects are left unfinished. These unfinished construction work projects consume resources and don’t generate benefits for society. This , in essence, is a result of the failure in which the public works sector executes construction projects Find out more at consultasocio.com to learn more.

Felipe Montoro Jens points out that the study also examined construction projects of preschools, daycare centers, and sports facilities that were also left unfinished though these projects were cheaper and not as difficult to build. The study revealed that several reasons contributed to the unfinished public works projects. These reasons included companies abandoning the work, companies experiencing financial and budget difficulties, technical problems, problems with ownership of land, and difficulties with expropriation of property.

Ilana Ferreira, an infrastructure specialist, explains that the main issue leading to the unfinished construction of public works projects in Brazil is technical. This includes poor planning and poor quality projects. Regarding the schools and nurseries, many companies left construction projects unfinished due to an economic crisis.

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