Among its differentials, partnership work and know-how on structuring different types of projects are its highlights.
Tertium seeks to become a reference partner for projects focused on infrastructure and with an emphasis on ports and logistic, always applying the basic principles of corporate governance.
Tertium brings together the experience and the portfolio of its founding companies: Pattac, Tucumann and Servinoga. Find out more about some of our business areas:
The holding Cataratas do Iguaçu S.A. was created in 1999 with the objective of managing national parks. With Pattac and Tucumann as shareholders, the company began its operations in 2000 with Eco Iguaçu, its branch in Foz do Iguaçu. In 2011 it began managing Econoronha in Fernando de Noronha and Paineiras Corcovado in Rio de Janeiro.
With the expertise of managing Iguaçu National Park, in 2010 Cataratas do Iguaçu S.A. secured the concession of areas conceded by the Chico Mendes Institute for Biodiversity Conservation (ICMBio) within the Fernando de Noronha National Marine Park. This concession has as its main objective the development of projects for the renovation and expansion of tourism infrastructure.
In 2012, Cataratas do Iguaçu S.A. led the consortium that won a bid for the revitalization of Tijuca National Park. Having the Christ the Redeemer as its main attraction, this is the most visited park in Brazil. The concession seeks to improve customer service to visitors through the complete renovation of the old Paineiras Hotel, as well as improvements in mobility and leisure in the area.
Created in 2013 as a result of a partnership between Cataratas do Iguaçu S.A. with two other national companies, the AquaRio project will be the biggest marine aquarium in South America, with a collection of 8.000 animals from 350 species in 4,2 million litres of water. The project is aimed at education, awareness, preservation, culture, leisure and entertainment.
Created in 2012, the Estacionamentos E.T.M. consortium won a bid from the City of Curitiba to operate almost 1.000 parking spots in the city during 20 years. The investments are directed towards improvements and modernization of existing parking lots at Rui Barbosa Square and the Bus Terminal, and for the construction of a new underground public garage next to it.
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Focused on infrastructure, this holding generates development for the entire country. Present in the port, roads, national parks and renewable energy sectors.
In partnership with Tucumann, Pattac is responsible for the management, operation and maintenance of national parks such as Iguaçu National Park, Fernando de Noronha Maritime National Park, Tijuca National Park and AquaRio (the biggest algae aquarium in Latin America), as well as road concessions such as Caminhos do Paraná, where it operates tolled highways. Along with Servinoga, Pattac is the founding associate of Atlantic Renewable Energies, a company that is currently ranked within the 10 largest private energy generating firms in the country.
Founded in 1990, it was created with the objective of acting in large-scale civil construction, earthworks, drainage, paving, basic sanitation and engineering projects. Tucumann is also present in port and airport infrastructure, as well as industrial construction. Along with Pattac, Tucumann is responsible for the management, operation and maintenance of national parks like Cataratas S.A., Fernando de Noronha, Paineras-Corcovado and AquaRio (still under construction), as well as road concessions like Caminhos do Paraná, where it operates tolls and performs road maintenance.
Servinoga is a Spanish company that belongs to the Nogar. Group formed by 11 companies dedicated to various activities: logistics, commerce – industries, real estate, energy and new technologies, with over 70 years of experience in the commercial maritime sector – with expertise in the import and export of raw materials such as agrofoods, tropical woods, manufacturing of ingredients for livestock feeding – and in port operations such as cargo consignment, storage, transport and handling. It manages a total of 6 ports in Galicia, Spain, and 1 in Southern Brazil.