The Institute

The CCR Institute is the private non-profit entity that manages the social investment of the CCR Group, providing transformation with support for projects via incentive laws, institutional campaigns and through proprietary programs: Caminhos para a Cidadania - serving more than 1, 3,000 schools, and Estrada for Health - present in six regions. The CCR Institute's focus is on social inclusion through income generation, health, education, culture and sport initiatives. Since its creation in 2014, R $ 163 million have been managed, and in 2020 alone, approximately 2.5 million people were impacted in communities in 115 cities, located in sections of the company's concessionaires.

Our Challenges

Brave and new ideas have always been present in our governance style, including the development and support of social and environmental projects and initiatives. Challenges are always being renewed at the CCR Institute. We have a specialized third sector team constantly working on the mapping, reorganizing and managing projects and we are always training individuals who can multiply the reach of CCR Group's activities. The main challenge of the CCR Institute is to be recognized as a reference entity for the socioeconomic and environmental development of the regions where it operates and to ensure that all those involved have a complete understanding, sense of belonging, complicity and play a protagonist role in our activities.

Relationship, complicity and trust are the pillars behind CCR Institute's operating strategy.

With creativity, innovation, openness for dialogues and team spirit, we constantly seek the commitment of all those involved to ensure the quality of our actions and the perpetuity of our business.

The CCR Institute is committed to managing all its projects by respecting the different customs, cultures and expectations of each region covered by its actions and optimizing the use of its own funding and incentive laws.

The activities carried out by CCR Institute are based on the following pillars:

Health

Education

Social Inclusion

 

CCR's vision is to be an infrastructure company focused on mobility that, with high impact local and international projects, ensures that the customer's experience becomes a better quality of life. Its purpose is to provide a well-maintained physical path, so that people have the opportunity to take better care of their own paths.


Grupo CCR is responsible for 3,955 kilometers of the national highways under concession, in the States of São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Paraná, Mato Grosso do Sul, Rio Grande do Sul and Santa Catarina, under the management of concessionaires CCR NovaDutra (SP-RJ), CCR ViaLagos (RJ), CCR RodoNorte (PR), CCR AutoBAn (SP), CCR ViaOeste (SP), CCR RodoAnel (SP), CCR SPVias (SP), Renovias (SP), CCR MSVia (MS), CCR ViaSul (RS) and CCR ViaCosteira (SC). It was also responsible for the first highway concession agreement in Brazil, through CCR Ponte, responsible for the Rio-Niterói Bridge between June 1995 and May 31, 2015. It also comprises the shareholding control of concessionaire ViaRio, in charge of the construction and operation of the Transolímpica Express Corridor, in Rio de Janeiro State.


In addition, the Grupo CCR is engaged in associated businesses, such as the high capacity data transmission sector operated by Samm, a company providing multimedia and IP connectivity services, supported by over 4,700 kilometers of underground and air optical fiber.


Grupo CCR also operates in the passenger transportation segment through concessionaires ViaQuatro, ViaMobilidade, CCR Barcas and CCR Metrô Bahia, responsible for, respectively, the operation of Line 4 – Yellow of the São Paulo City Subway, Line 5 – Purple of the São Paulo City Subway and Line 17 – Gold of the São Paulo City Monorail System, passenger waterway transportation in the Rio de Janeiro State and subway system in the cities of Salvador and Lauro de Freitas, in addition to the participation in the concession of VLT Carioca (Light Rail Vehicle), which will interconnect the port region and downtown Rio de Janeiro.


In 2012, Grupo CCR began its operations in the airport sector through the acquisition of the interest equity in the concessionaires owned by the international airports in Quito (Ecuador), San José (Costa Rica) and Curaçao. In Brazil, owns concessionaire BH Airport, engaged in the management of the Belo Horizonte International Airport, in Minas Gerais State. In 2015, Grupo CCR acquired TAS (Total Airport Services), US company that provides airport services.
Committed with the sustainable development, entered into the UN Global Compact and, in 2018, it comprises, for the eighth consecutive year, the ISE portfolio (BM&FBovespa Corporate Sustainability Index). Currently, Grupo CCR counts on approximately 15 thousand employees.


The CCR Group is one of the largest infrastructure concession companies in Latin America. Operating in the segments of highway concession, urban mobility, airports and services, Grupo CCR works with four business centers, engaged in the management of both current and new businesses.


CCR Lam Vias: responsible for the federal highway concessions, such as CCR NovaDutra, CCR ViaLagos, CCR RodoNorte, CCR MSVia, ViaRio, CCR ViaSul and CCR ViaCosteira.

CCR Infra SP: responsible for the highway concessions in São Paulo State, such as CCR AutoBAn, CCR ViaOeste, CCR RodoAnel, CCR SPVias and Renovias.

CCR Mobilidade: responsible for concessionaires ViaQuatro, ViaMobilidade, CCR Barcas, CCR Metrô Bahia and VLT Carioca.

CCR Aeroportos: responsible for concessionaires BH Airport (Belo Horizonte International Airport), Quiport (Quito International Airport, Ecuador), Aeris (San José International Airport, Costa Rica), CAP (Curaçao International Airport, the Netherlands Antilles), in addition to TAS (Total Airport Services, in the United States of America), company that provides airport services.

To know more: http://www.grupoccr.com.br