JHSF Participacoes is a real estate company in Brazil, focusing on property development and constructing residential, commercial and industrial estate. JHSF Participacoes is also one of the leading and largest companies in Brazil, and they have been involved in a number of projects in the country, which includes the construction of condominium units, a shopping mall, and even an airport. JHSF Participacoes was founded in the year 1972 under the name JHS by Fabio Auriemo and Jose Auriemo Neto. It was a small family business back then which supplies construction materials and construction labor services, and their original headquarters is in the city of Sao Paolo, Brazil. During their early days, JHSF Participacoes managed to experience significant growth, resulting to their expansion and their ventures in a number of industries related to construction. However, as the company is experiencing transformation, a disagreement between the family members caused it to split into two independent companies. The part of the company under the supervision of Fabio Auriemo became known as JHSF, and they continued the construction business that they had established. The part of the company under Jose Roberto, on the other hand, became known as JHSJ, and ventured into different industries. After the company’s division, JHSF Participacoes focused on becoming Brazil’s leading real estate company, and from doing small scale projects, they immediately shifted into bigger project, initially focusing to be sold to those who are in the upper class. Operating throughout the years as a real estate company and a property developer, JHSF’s annual growth rate have risen, beating their previous records and has been regarded as one of the fastest growing companies. Everything happened so quickly, and because of the effort of their management, especially Jose AuriemoNeto, JHSF Participacoes is now valued at $1.2 billion.
Jose AuriemoNeto’s leadership has made some tremendous changes in the company. Because of his vision to see JHSF Participacoes changing the skyline of Brazil, he ordered that they would not focus on luxurious condominiums alone, but also with commercial buildings that could house a number of offices, industrial complexes, and shopping malls. Just recently, they also agreed to build an airport, and this is the largest project given to JHSF Participacoes so far.
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