A townhouse with two floors and a high basement, built in 1908, is the building in which the unit of Alcoa in Belem (PA) is located. Listed by the National Historical and Artistic Heritage (Iphan), the Department of Historical, Artistic and Cultural, the State Secretariat of Culture of Pará, and the Historical Center of Belem Municipal Power beyond through Fundação Cultural de Belém (Funbel), the property was fully restored since July 2008 and welcomes the areas of Government Relations, Corporate Affairs and Mining company.
The site features a permanent exhibition "Space Alcoa: Aluminum and Sustainability." Visitors can learn how the transformation occurs bauxite into alumina and aluminum, as well as products resulting from this process and how they are present in people's lives. Obtain also Corporate Information about Alcoa, its operations in Brazil and the world, and especially the Juruti Mine and environmental initiatives developing in Pará.
The manor also presents a mini auditorium with capacity for 30 people and a cultural space for the temporary art exhibitions and other social activities.