Felipe Montoro Jens is an infrastructure specialist, and President and Chief Executive Officer of Odebrecht Properties. Mr. Felipe Montoro Jens has over 25 years of experience in economic waste, and the formulation of both government and corporate solutions. Felipe is a Board Member at Braskem, Odebrecht Agroindustrial, Odebrecht Transport, Odebrecht Relizacoes, and Odebrecht Energia. Mr. Montoro Jens also has international experience, from his move in 2015 to Portugal, where he worked in the Asian, European and Africa markets with Odebrecht Investments. Today Felipe Montoro Jens is a reporter and is managing 12 public private partnerships being implemented by Odebrecht.
The Brazilian federal government is still licking the wounds from what has been described as an economic crisis. In 2017 Brazil reported a 1% increase in the country’s GDP. Back in December 2004 the government passed a law that outlined the details for implementing public private partnerships in the country. The government has been leaning heavily on the idea of using public private partnerships as an economic tool to create jobs, lower the deficit and complete public projects that are very expensive at a fraction of the costs. The government of Brazil has created the Program Partnership and Investment (PPI) agency, who is responsible for creating a climate that favors the implementation of public private partnerships. Read more about Jens at baptista.com
Felipe Montoro Jens reported the implementation of several projects currently taking place in the Northeast region of the country. In the state of Bahia there is public private partnership labeled the Light Rail Vehicle Project (VLT). The VLT is projected to benefit about 1.5 million people in the state. The Light Rail Vehicle Project is upgrading and enhancing a 19 mile stretch that is made up of 21 stops, and is scheduled through the year 2031. Felipe Montoro also reported a public private partnership in the state of Piaui. The PPP in Piaui is upgrading the infrastructure for internet access, by installing 1,500 access points connected using fiber optic cables. The Piaui internet upgrade ppp is projected to help 2.1 million people. More info can be found by visiting: http://www.felipemontorojens.com.br/