With the acquisition of NG Infra (Núcleo de Gestão de Infraestrutura), Seureca reinforces its customer proximity and moves into Latin America on a long-term basis.



The water sector is changing rapidly in Brazil. Currently, there are 164 million inhabitants connected to the drinking water network and this number is growing steadily. Curbing losses and optimizing water system management is a national priority in view of the shortage and the pollution of this resource.


NG Infra, based in Sao Paulo and Aracaju, is well established in the Brazilian market with a track record of over 20 years. This company, specializing in assistance to water companies, has many references particularly in non-revenue water reduction as well as studies and master plans for water and sanitation. In addition, it has developed its own in-house software for managing non-revenue water - SISPER. 


In the momentum of this acquisition, synergies with Veolia Brazil are being forged to offer packaged solutions in both infrastructure and water resources management for the region’s industrialists and local authorities.


Seureca continues to reinforce its geographical areas of operation, attesting its central role in support, both through solid operational and technical expertise, and tools and methods adapted to the management of major projects.