The expert consulting firm in the life cycle of civil infrastructure projects participated on July 12 & 13 in the congress organized by the Construction and Engineering Union of the Lima Chamber of Commerce (CCL).
Joyco reinforces its presence in Perú by attending the ‘I International Congress of Engineering and Construction: The country we want’, organized by the Construction and Engineering Union of the Lima Chamber of Commerce. The objectives of this two-day event are: to identify the main projects required by the country in order to close and address the infrastructure gap, as well as to publicize the development and investment opportunities within the sector to contribute to boosting the Peruvian economy. Thus, during the first day of the Congress, topics associated with opportunities for innovation and knowledge transfer in G2G agreements with France and the United Kingdom, collaborative contracts, and financing mechanisms for economic recovery in 2022 and 2023 were discussed.
On the other hand, during the second day the impact and benefits of Dispute Resolution Boards in public investment projects, BIM in Latin America and collaboration in public and private projects, Public-Private Partnerships (PPP) and Works for Taxes (WfT) as alternative proposals to traditional public investment, among others, were covered.
Joyco was represented by Country Manager Perú, Carlos Arnulfo Monje Lombo, and the Business Development Director, Paola Vanegas Motta, to learn firsthand about the opportunities that the consulting firm can provide, as well as part of the positioning and consolidation strategy of the Colombian brand in the Peruvian market.
“These two days are very valuable as part of our landing process in Perú, as we were able to identify the interest of the Peruvian infrastructure sector to further develop and continue to invest in works that contribute to the country’s development, which is fully in line with our organization’s purpose of ‘Transformation, progress and quality infrastructure’,” said Monje Lombo.
At this important meeting, a large networking session was held with the participation of around 100 companies, including builders, consultants, project management offices, funders, law firms, and machinery, technology and materials suppliers, among others.
“This session was of great benefit to our interests in the consolidation of our branch office in Perú because during the exchange of information we were able to delve into the challenges, experiences, and projections of civil infrastructure in the country,” said Vanegas Motta.