Brazilian engineering firm Engevix Engenharia S.A. provides services for drafting studies and projects, as well as works management and engineering, procurement and construction services. It serves the public and private sectors, including the power (generation, transmission and distribution), oil and gas, petrochemicals, steelmaking, mining, pulp and paper and infrastructure (transport and basic sanitation) sectors. Founded in 1965 and based in Barueri, São Paulo, the company also has offices in Peru, Colombia, Ecuador and Mexico.
Engevix has been involved in the construction of hydroelectric plants São Roque and Alzir dos Santos Antunes, the Brotas de Macaúbas wind complex and the Barras dos Coqueiros wind park, all in Brazil. It has also carried out other civil works and energy projects elsewhere in Latin America, such as the supervision of the construction of the Misicuni dam in Bolivia, and the development of studies for a rail system in San José, Costa Rica. Engevix has shareholding interests in electric power generation projects through its subsidiary, Desenvix. The company is also part of the Infrámerica consortium, which holds concessions to operate the Presidente Juscelino Kubitschek (Brasília) and São Gonçalo do Amarante (Natal) international airports. Outside Latin America, the Engevix group also carries out infrastructure and energy-related projects in Africa and Asia.