Olympic Park in Rio de Janeiro hosted most of the competitions in the Rio 2016 Olympic Games

Construtora Norberto Odebrecht


Construtora Norberto Odebrecht operates in Brazil as a provider of engineering and construction services. The company that gave rise to the Odebrecht Group, it builds subways, highways, railways, ports, airports, offshore equipment, sports arenas, schools, administrative centers, exhibition and convention centers, housing and energy projects. In December 2015, it was comprised of 30,000 Members.


  • 81% of waste set aside for recycling.
  • Awarded Gold ranking in Brazilian GHG Protocol Program for GHG emissions inventory for third consecutive year.
  • 116 social outreach programs benefiting over 42,000 people in 50 communities
  • Recognition of Santo Antônio Hydroelectric Plant for achieving the highest score in 14 of 20 items in the Sustainability Assessment Protocol conducted by the International Hydropower Association (IHA).

Ownership structure

Works and Assets



  • Alagoas Backlands Channel


  • Rehabilitation and expansion of BA-093


  • Goiânia Airport

Mato Grosso

  • Teles Pires Hydroelectric Plant
  • Rehabilitation and widening of BR-163

Minas Gerais

  • Manso River Water Systems
  • Construction of Schools in Belo Horizonte – Inova BH


  • Belo Monte Hydroelectric Plant


  • Baixo Iguaçu Hydroelectric Plant

Rio de Janeiro

  • Expansion of General Osório Station (Line 1 of the Metro)
  • Construction of units for My House My Life program in Complexo do Alemão, Nova Friburgo and São João de Meriti
  • Refurbishing roof of Nilton Santos Olympic Stadium
  • Rio de Janeiro Consolidating Consortium (CIRJ) (monitoring Infrastructure Program for Major Events of 2016)
  • Construction of housing units for Happy Living Project in Campos dos Goytacazes


  • Santo Antônio Hydroelectric Plant

São Paulo

  • Line 5 of São Paulo Metro
  • Line 6 of São Paulo Metro
  • Itapaiúna Bridge
  • Expansion of D. Pedro Corridor
  • Ponto Alto Residential project



  • Itaipava Fonte Nova Arena

Minas Gerais

  • Inova BH – school administration


  • Itaipava Pernambuco Arena

Rio de Janeiro

  • Maracanã Concessionaire


  • Santo Antônio Energia