Felipe Montoro Jens Talks About the CNI Study on Massive Collapse of Projects in Brazil

In 2017, CNI’s study revealed that 2, 796 projects in Brazil collapsed. Felipe Montoro came out to clarify the shocking state of projects by saying that 18.5%, corresponding to 517, of the projects are under the infrastructure sector.

The sanitation sector was also hit massively with 417 projects remaining stagnant. The CNI study found out that the collapse of projects is majorly caused by limited resources allocated to the infrastructure sector. It was also reported that most projects came down because of poor planning and implementation by authorities as well as companies.

The education sector was also affected by the unprecedented events despite its projects being less complex and cheap. Felipe Montoro Jens, infrastructure expert, said that CNI had predicted the collapse of projects in the education sector. More about of Felipe at infomoney.com

In an effort to shade more light on the state-of-projects, the study revealed that land ownership problems, expropriation, technical problems, abandonment of projects by companies as well as financial and budgetary difficulties contributed to the failure of projects to sail through to completion.

Ilana Ferreira attributed the shocking state of projects to technical problems as well as the economic crisis in the country. She continued to say that poor planning and execution of projects was also a major contributing factor.

According to Felipe Montoro Jens, the economic crisis in the country made the government to control its expenditure by cutting down on resources allocated to projects in a move to contain the situation. Therefore, it hurt the projects in the process.

CNI gave out the following recommendations on how to handle the situation:

  • Improvement on execution strategies
  • Improvement on micro-planning
  • Design of balanced contracts
  • Strengthening of internal control
  • Better equipment to teams

In line with the CNI’s revelations, CNI director gave out a word of advice to the Brazilian authorities to learn from mistakes going forward.

CNI was founded in 1938 to represent the highest body in the trade union system of the industry. It works with other bodies, authorities and entities to advocate for the interests of the industry’s trade union system. Visit: http://www.consultasocio.com/q/sa/felipe-montoro-jens



Comments are closed, but trackbacks and pingbacks are open.