MaurícioMendonça Godoy is the CEO of Estaleiros do Brasil. He earned a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering and business administration at Mackenzie Presbyterian University in 1983. He also attended Harvard Business School and has advanced certifications awarded by the Brazilian Institute of Corporate Governance and the Project Management Institute.
He has been the top executive at Estaleiros do Brasil since 2015. MaurícioMendonça Godoy had been the CEO of Toyo SetalEmpreendimentos Company and SOG Company. He was the director of TS Gas do Brasil. He has also held leadership positions at CBI LIX Construções, CodistilDedini, Setal Oil and Gas, and the Technological Innovations Group of the Brazilian Association of Industrial Engineering.
Among the major projects he has overseen at Estaleiros do Brasil is the construction of a shipyard in São José do Norte. In the state of Rio de Janeiro, MaurícioMendonça Godoy oversaw expansions at the Duque de Caxias Refinery and the Terminal de Cabiúnas.
The shipyard was built so that Floating Production Storage & Offloading (FPSO) ships could be built at it. These ships are used to drill for and process oil and gas off the coast of the Brazilian state Rio Grande do Sul. The first ship to be built was the P-74 which was completed in April 2018.
MaurícioMendonça Godoy led the development of an award-winning comprehensive management system at Estaleiros do Brasil. This gives his company the ability to track a project throughout its development. Offering a high level of control, it provides the ability to solve problems before they become intractable. The international AVEVA organization gave this system a recognition award.
He says that many people feel they get to a point where they’re done with learning because they’ve mastered the skills they need to succeed. MaurícioMendonça Godoy calls this ridiculous because the skills and knowledge you have developed may be irrelevant tomorrow. He’s a lifelong learner because it helps him advance his career. Learning things also makes life more interesting. He also tells people to work on their professional network. It’s who you know that is a fundamental part of success.
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