Prior to project execution, it is advisable to conduct a feasibility study, which consists in an investigation into the framework of the legal aspects and factors that affect it, as well as the possibilities of customizing it to the region.
We are a cross-functional team that provides the following services:

  • Assessment of the primary component, cattle stock and projections.
  • Commercial evaluation with a market survey roughly reflecting the prospects of the new product.
  • Assessment of the availability of key consumable materials required for the project and conduct of a market survey that roughly reflects the prospects of the new product with regard to its acceptance by future users or consumers and its distribution method.
  • Assessment of investment requirements posed by the project and its potential funding sources.
  • Projected financial results of the project and calculation of indicators to evaluate it.
  • Technical evaluation to produce the good or render the service under study and the possibilities of customizing them to the region.
  • Technology assessment with the development of basic engineering to quantify the amount of investment and operating costs.
  • Technology assessment with the development of basic engineering to quantify the amount of investment and operating costs.

We analyze the effects of the proposed intervention on the overall community, the expected effects, and the analysis of desired effects, as well as the examination of them on the beneficiary population.
Final results (impacts) are results at the level of purpose or end of the program. They involve a significant and, sometimes, lasting or sustainable improvement over time, to any of the conditions or characteristics of the target population and which emerged as essential in defining the problem that gave rise to the program. A final result is expressed as a medium or long-term benefit obtained by the served population. The impacts are the achievements resulting from the development of a project and can be observed in the long term (after a year and a half).

An Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) is conducted. This technical-administrative procedure is intended to identify, prevent and interpret the environmental impacts that a project will cause to the environment if executed; so that the competent administration can decide to accept, reject or modify it. This administrative-legal procedure begins with the presentation of a summary report, follows with consultations to individuals and institutions by the environmental agency, and continues with the completion of an Environmental Impact Study and its presentation to the decision-making body. It extends into a community participation process, and concludes with the issuance of an Environmental Impact Statement by the Environmental Authority.
The EIA always refers to a specific project, already defined in its particulars, such as type of work, materials to be used, construction procedures, maintenance work in the operational phase, technologies used, consumable materials, etc.

At this stage we define the spatial and formal configuration of the building as well as structural and constructive systems, producing on-site drawings, views and cuts, virtual models, and visualization studies. It is subdivided into several internal stages, marked by a series of presentations and reviews together with the client. That is, an initial draft project is developed and presented to the client, whose feedback helps us identify necessary adjustments. Once changes are made, new presentations are conducted until reaching the definite draft.

With basic engineering, we definitely reflect all the requirements of the preliminary project, the basic specifications, the schedule of execution, and the economic assessment.

With detailed engineering, we conduct a detailed review of the basic engineering using technical specifications of equipment and materials, functional specifications, sizing of facilities, list of equipment, instruments, accessories and materials, and detailed drawings of facilities: piping and duct layout, isometric drawings, details of architecture, electrical single-line diagrams and all necessary documentation to execute the work.

Based on bid specifications, we determine the precise needs, expectations and limitations of grantors, supporting and providing bidders with the information necessary to prepare their bid.

Although construction work monitoring is part of the construction phase, it should actually be seen as an extension of the project. In fact, the fundamental role of project management is to ensure that the project materializes correctly and define possible adjustments or changes when facing unexpected issues.
Proper project management is the guarantee that the project will be carried out in a satisfactory manner, avoiding distortions or changes that affect it and that eventually may be detrimental to the client, even in economic terms.

We prepare graphic documentation together with functional and constructive reports, and manage licenses/permits by S.E.N.A.S.A. and export markets for new or existing projects.
Implemented quality systems include: Hazard analysis and Critical Control Points (HACCP), Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP), and Sanitation Standard Operating Procedures (SSOPs).