The Camargo Corrêa Institute (ICC) is a non-profit organization responsible for Camargo Corrêa Infra’s social investment initiatives with its partners.
The ICC works aligned with our socio-environmental strategy, our business and our clients’ social guidelines, always taking the diversity of regions where we operate into account.
We are facilitators for the empowerment of communities, working in partnership with community leaders, governments, clients and non-governmental institutions to promote sustainable socioeconomic development of communities near our construction projects.
The ICC currently focuses its actions on two permanent programs: Infra Digna (Decent Infrastructure), aimed at generating jobs, income and economic development for vulnerable communities; and Comunidade Empreende (Enterprising Community), which improves quality of life for people living in rundown conditions and without all essential services.
Another activity by the institute with a positive social impact is the Dia do Bem-Fazer (Day of Good Deeds), a social initiative that involves Camargo Corrêa Infra professionals, relatives and volunteers for the benefit of communities.
The Day of Good Deeds has been held once a year since 2009. Over its ten years of existence, it has been reformulated to include permanent monitoring of the infrastructure brought to vulnerable populations in the regions where the construction company operates.
ICC’s actions are connected to the 17 UN Sustainable Development Goals, bringing the technology used in major innovative infrastructure projects to the population and a positive quality of life impact to society.
To coordinate and strengthen organizations that contribute to citizen training, aiming for sustainable community development.
People and communities prepared and committed to overcoming their challenges.