CCDI - Ventura



January 10, 2008 – Cauê invested R$ 11.5 million to reactivate one of its cement furnaces in Pedro Leopoldo city (Minas Gerais state).

The units of Ijaci and Bodoquena da Cauê were certified by the Environmental Management System through NBR ISO 14001.

CNEC Engenharia, one of the companies of the Engineering and Construction Division, received three certificates, as recommended by Fundação Carlos Alberto Vanzolini.

Camargo Corrêa Group becomes a member of the Brazilian Council for Sustainable Construction (CBCS), which aims to contribute to the promotion of sustainable development by creating and spreading knowledge and mobilizing the productive chain of the construction industry, as well as customers and consumers.

Recycomb, a company that recycles industrial waste from Loma Negra and Philips Enviromental, received three certificates ordered by Bureau Veritas Certification. Recycomb wins the ISO 9000, for quality management models, o ISO 14000, for environmental management standards, and OHSAS 18000, for implementation of safety and hygiene systems.


February 29, 2008 – The Brazil Infrastructure unit carries out the bypass of São Marcos River, whose bed will run in a tunnel excavated in the rock. This is an important step in the construction of the Serra do Facão Hydroelectric Plant, in Goiás state.

The Engineering and Construction division won the bid on the civil works in batch 9 of Project Integration of the São Francisco basin, Northeastern Brazil.


March 07, 2008 – Camargo Corrêa Desenvolvimento Imobiliário (CCDI) acquired an additional stake of 25.72% at HM Engenharia e Construções S.A., and now holds a 76.72% stake at the company.

March 11, 2008 – Integração Oeste Consortium, led by CCR (Companhia de Concessões Rodoviárias), won the tender for the concession of the western section of Mário Covas Ring Road.

March 13, 2008 – Camargo Corrêa Group joins entrepreneurs in Northeast with Cimec company (Companhia Industrial e Mercantil de Cimentos), located in the Industrial and Port Complex of Suape (PE), with a cement grinding unit of annual production capacity of 450,000 tons.


April 16, 2008 – CCDI announced that first-quarter sales were R$ 424 million, totaling 386% of increase over the prior year period.

The International Infrastructure unit completed the earthwork activities in the dam of El Guapo, in Venezuela.


May 19, 2008 – Consortium Energia Sustentável do Brasil, formed by Camargo Corrêa (9.9%), Suez (50.1%), Eletrosul (20%) and Chesf (20%) today won the tender to build Jirau Hydroelectric Plant, located in Madeira River, Rondônia state, with a bid of R$ 71.40 and a discount of 21.53%.

CNEC Engenharia is a founding member of the GHG Protocol Brazilian Program – Greenhouse Gas Protocol, to control greenhouse gas emissions.


Shareholders of Estaleiro Atlântico Sul and Samsung Heavy Industries, one of the world leaders of shipbuilding, signed two agreements – one for shareholding, and another for investment – by which the South Korean company becomes a member of the Brazilian shipyard with a 10% stake.


Camargo Corrêa Escom Cement enters into a partnership, with Angolan group Gema, for the implementation of a cement factory in Angola, with investments of 130 million Euro.


August 12, 2008 – Signed the concession contract of Enersus consortium (Consortium Energia Sustentável do Brasil), winner of the tender for Jirau hydroelectric plant in Madeira River, Rondônia state.

August 22, 2008 – Camargo Corrêa now controls 100% of the Companhia Industrial e Mercantil de Cimentos (Cimec) after acquiring the remaining 20% of the company.


September 05, 2008 – Inaugurated the facilities of Estaleiro Atlântico Sul, at Suape Port, in Pernambuco.


October 23, 2008 – The National Commission for the Defense of Competition (CNDC), an Argentine regulatory body, approved the acquisition of Alpargatas Argentina by São Paulo Alpargatas.


November 04, 2008 – Inauguration of the second power station of the Tucuruí Hydroelectric Plant and launch of the last element of Mitra Port, River Lock 1.

Estaleiro Atlântico Sul (PE) signs a contract with Transpetro, logistics subsidiary of Petrobras, to produce five Aframax oil tankers, as part of the first phase of the company’s Program for Modernization and Expansion of the Fleet (Promef I).


December 01, 2008 – Camargo Corrêa Group sold 100% of operations of Camargo Corrêa Equipamentos e Sistemas (CCES) for Toshiba T&D do Brasil.

December 05, 2008 – Camargo Corrêa received the First Recognition of the Bolivian Administrator of Roads (ABC).