The Infra Digna Program brings quality of life improvements to communities in areas lacking essential services. The knowledge acquired over eight decades executing construction works is channeled to create alternative solutions for these families.
Basic sanitation projects, alternative solutions for drinking water supply, final disposal of sewage and waste, alternative sources of energy distribution and techniques for building lower-priced housing, environmental education and recovery of public spaces are among the fronts of the initiatives organized by the Camargo Corrêa Institute (ICC) for residents of regions where Camargo Corrêa Infra operates.
Attention focused on environmental education and recovery of public spaces for use by communities is also a priority for the ICC, which relies on the infrastructure technology developed by Camargo Corrêa Infra.
The projects are developed after a detailed study of each area to be served, taking into account the multiple factors that interfere with local social interaction, such as income, education, safety, predominant age group and basic needs.