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History

Invepar‘s history begins in 2000, when the group was created and took over two important concessions, LAMSA - Linha Amarela S.A., in Rio de Janeiro, and CLN - Concessionária Litoral Norte, in Bahia.

Having established this solid foundation, Invepar concentrated its efforts on providing operational support to these companies and seeking out new alliances and opportunities in the sector - a strategy that was later complemented with the structuring and implementation of its own management model and a streamlined management development plan.

The group went on to incorporate an additional 10 concessions over the last three years, with a trajectory marked by major investments, continued growth and important services provided to the country.

But this is only the beginning. This trajectory will certainly continue for a considerable period of time, given to Invepar’s wholehearted commitment to the future of Brazil and the care with which the group is preparing take part in the positive moment being experienced by the Brazilian economy.

 

  • 2000
  • 2009
  • 2010
  • 2011
  • 2012
  • 2013
  • 2014
  • 2015
  • 2016
  • 2017
  • Invepar is created from the association of OAS and Previ, with LAMSA (Linha Amarela) and CLN (Concessionária Litoral Norte) as the first two concessionaires.

  • Petros and Funcef become shareholders, expanding investment capacity.

    Winning of the auction of CART (Concessionária Auto Raposo Tavares) and acquisition of 100% ownership of MetrôRio.

  • Two new concessions joined the Group: CBN (Concessionária Bahia Norte) and CRT (Concessionária Rio-Teresópolis).

    New management team at Invepar.

  • Winning bid of CRA (Concessionária Rota do Atlântico), in Pernambuco, by the Invepar-Odebrecht Transport consortium (Public Interest Expression prepared by Invepar).

  • Winning bid of Guarulhos Airport (GRU AIRPORT) and ViaRio (Public Interest Expression¹ prepared by Invepar).

    Signing of the call option agreement of Line 4 of the Rio de Janeiro Subway.

    12 of the 19 new trains of MetrôRio are already operational.

    * MetrôBarra provide rolling stock material and systems to Line 4.

     

  • Start-up of all the 19 new trains of MetrôRio in March.

    Victory in the LRT system auction in Rio de Janeiro, the first light rail transit system in Brazil, in April.

    Invepar wins the concession Via 040 toll road system, with a total extension of 936.8 km, in December.

    GRU Airport inaugurates a 2,644-space parking deck, a new Data Center and Control Center (GCC) and the Lima Apron with 13 new positions, as well as expanding Passenger Terminal 2 by 6,000 m2.

  • CRA begins operations on January 4.

    Opening of GRU AIRPORT Terminal 3 in May, with initial annual capacity of 12 million passengers.

    In September, CBN signed a contractual amendment for the operation and maintenance of Via Metropolitana Camaçari-Lauro de Freitas, extending the concession term by a further five years to 30 years as of signature of the Contract. The concession will now end in 2040.

  • In May an Amendment to the Agreement was signed to expand the concession term of CLN – Concessionária Litoral Norte for more fifteen years, for a total concession period of 50 years. The concession will end in 2050.

  • Sales of LAMSAC and PEX Peru with the objective of increasing the capacity of investments in infrastructure in Brazil.

  • Rebid request of Via040 concession, pursuant to law No.13.448/2017.

    Pre-payment of R$ 460 million related to GRU Airport fixed concession fee.