Road building, extending and renovating are activities that are indelibly linked to the history of S.A. Paulista, a company for which, ever since it was founded, in 1951, implementing road infrastructure projects has been one of the main areas of expertise. The company's own path is therefore closely connected to the evolution of the national road network, which, over the years, has become the country’s main channel for freight and passenger transportation.
Having participated extensively in that expansion, growing along with the sector itself, S.A. Paulista combines its pioneering experience with a permanent commitment to technological innovation.
That expertise, grounded in knowledge and a constant searching for original solutions, is one of the major competitive advantages of S.A. Paulista, which has in its portfolio work on some of the most important road transport infrastructure projects in the country, such as the construction of the Imigrantes, Anchieta, Marechal Rondon, D. Pedro I, President Castello Branco, Anhanguera, Bandeirantes and Raposo Tavares highways, all in the state of São Paulo.
The various projects that have been carried out, such as implementation and paving of a section of the second lane of the Comandante João Ribeiro de Barros highway (SP-294), duplication of the BR-101 highway, in Rio de Janeiro, and the recent duplication of approximately 40 kilometers of the Euclides da Cunha highway (SP-320), in the municipality of Fernandópolis and restoration of a 21-kilometer stretch of the Aparicio Biglia Filho highway (SP-281), between Itararé and Itaporanga, all reaffirm the company's vocation for carrying out major highway projects.