The arrival of Felipe Montoro Jens as one of the leading infrastructure specialists in Brazil has seen the expert in building contracts between private companies and public agencies to complete much-needed improvements to the infrastructure of different regions. Felipe Montoro Jens has recently been looking to aid the development of regional private-public partnerships across different regions of Brazil and gave his view of how the PPP in Rio de Janeiro will develop the preschool education and daycare programs promised by Mayor Marcelo Crivella for the residents of the city.
Felipe Montoro Jens compared the PPP development under the current mayor to create 20,000 new daycare center places and 40,000 new preschool places in Rio de Janiero by 2020 to those created earlier in the century in Belo Horizonte. Over the course of his career, Felipe Montoro Jens has sought out different ways of developing the links between private and public groups in a bid to make sure every aspect of the future of the nation is developed in a cost-effective way with the latest technology always in use.
In his role as an infrastructure specialist based in Brazil, Felipe Montoro Jens is always looking to keep his eye on the latest developments in infrastructure being considered by various government officials; to this end. Montoro Jens explained anybody who followed the election campaign of Mayor Crivella should be aware of his plans to develop new daycare and preschool places was a prominent campaign promise. To make good on his promise the Rio de Janeiro Mayor has enlisted the help of the World Bank Group, the world’s largest private sector development group to consult on bringing partners into the planned project. Felipe Montoro Jens praised the choice of the World Bank Group as the best way of building links between public agencies and private companies.