Fábio Auriemo and José Roberto are two Brazilians who were passionate enough to partner and found one of Brazil’s most successful construction and development networks. They founded JHS in 1972 as a construction company and propelled it to profitability and good repute through their skill and commitment. However, sibling rivalry and visionary differences had always strained the relationship between the two who ultimately differed on the direction of the company. The family business got split into two companies, JHSF and JHSJ. JHSF, Fabio’s, became a development while José Roberto’s JHSJ remained in the construction business.
Fábio Auriemo grew his JHSF into a gigantic real estate company which owns vast properties in Brazil as well as in other countries like the United States. The growth of the company has always been attributed to Fabio’s ability and commitment to superseding all of his clients’ expectations. The track record of satisfied customers has been what JHS has relied on to ascend into wealth and prosperity from return businesses and referrals.
Although Fabio has always been very busy growing JHSF, he has never been too busy to relate with his family and teach the trade to them. Fabio put his eldest son in charge of all of the JHSF shopping mall when the boy was only 17 years old. Surprisingly, José Auriemo Neto performed, in that capacity, more than his father expected.
José Auriemo Neto earned his father’s respect years later. He had conducted an independent review of a lot at the edge of Marginal Pinheiros. The lot was priced lowly at the time, and not even the attentive Fabio had appreciated it for its true potential. After his son laying emphasis and insistence, Fabio agreed to view the property and purchase it. His son had suggested they build a high-end complex there and so they did. The project, named Parque Cidade Jardim after completion, became the company’s most profitable business yet. It also became the company’s most valuable asset just as easily as it had landed the company a slot on the short list of most domineering high-end real estate property and service providers in the region.
Established in 1972, JHSF is a leading company in the high-income real estate sector in Brazil. It has operations in the commercial and residential market acquisitions, international executive airport, upscale hotels as well as management and development of shopping centers. The company is known for being able to identify new opportunities for business in its areas of operation.
Quality, daring, innovative, pioneering and the capability of presenting solutions that are sustainable in the client’s projects are just a few of the traits found in the DNA of the company. In JHSF’s history, it consolidated its services in the capitals like Manaus, Salvador, and Sao Paulo. The company comprises four business units: Executive Airport, Fasano Hotels and Restaurants, Incorporations, and Malls. As it has already occurred in the matured real estate markets from abroad, JHSF anticipated and had to redirect its business focus to the income area that’s recurring. To know more click here.
Currently, the holding prioritized project implementations having characteristics of administration and development of the high-standard hotels, shopping malls as well as Integrated Urban Development of Catarina, comprised of the initial phase by Catarina Fashion Outlet and Catarina Executive Airport. The areas with recurring income have grown its share of revenue of the company significantly. JHSF3 (JHSF Participators) has been open from 2007, with its shares trading on the Novo Mercado, a listing BM&F Bovespa segment.
José Auriemo Neto is the CEO of JHSF Par from 2003. He joined the company in the year 1993 and established its department of service, by creating the company for parking lot management, Parkbem in the year 1997. Neto worked for JHSF Participacoes SA as CEO since 2006 up to May 2014. He also served as its Board Member of Executive Officers starting from March 26, 2009.
Neto started the department of the shopping center by acquiring the rights of developing Shopping Santa Cruz in 1998; it was responsible for managing and implementing it. He served at YPO as Executive Officer for two mandates from 2003 up to 2004, then 2004 to 2005. Neto has been serving JHSF Participações SA as Director and Executive Chairman from April 29, 2011.