SUEZ Brasil is now Goetze Lobato Engenharia S.A.

GEL Group acquires SUEZ Brasil and expands its water and sanitation portfolio.

SUEZ Brasil is now Goetze Lobato Engenharia S.A.

Goetze Lobato Engenharia S.A. Group (GEL) announces the acquisition of SUEZ’s subsidiary in the country based in São Paulo, which has been operating in the country for more than 80 years and had participated in important projects, such as the construction of the water treatment plant in Brasília, the water and waste concession in Amazonas and Limeira, the performance contract that guaranteed a regular water supply for more than 245.000 people in Olinda, among many others. The acquisiton enriches the portfolio of GEL Engenharia, which will be able to count on the expertise of the companies SUEZ Brasil, Restor and DH Perfuração de Poços.

Restor, SUEZ Brazil’s sanitation force since 2014 – operates projects for public and private clients, mostly in performance contracts, where it is dedicated to controlling water losses, implementing improvements with operational efficiency through studies.

DH Perfuração de Poços, SUEZ Brazil’s forces since 2019 – offers solutions for the development, operation and maintenance of deep tube wells for: municipalities, industries, businesses, real estate developments, agribusiness, mining, among others – with a focus on the responsible use of water resources.

“This transaction represents a significant milestone for GEL and strengthens our position in the engineering and infrastructure sector in Brazil. The acquisition of SUEZ Brasil will allow us to expand our activities and offer an even more comprehensive set of services and innovative solutions to our clients.” Said Alexandre Michalak Sendeski, Managing Director of Goetze Lobato Engenharia.

About Goetze Lobato Engenharia S.A. (GEL)

GEL has a tragetory of more than three decades. Dedicated to construct a lasting legacy in the infrastructure sector, it has carried out numerous projects, such as major basic sanitation works, wind farms, gas pipelines, power transmission lines, port works, industrial works, road construction, bridges, among others.

Over the years it has contributed to improving the infrastructure landscape in all regions of the country and, more recently, in Argentina and Panama, with significant investments in technology and innovation, adopting more efficient and sustainable construction practices.


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