The company reportedly plans to have 300 in the country in the medium term.
The payments, made between 2006 and 2014, were tied to political campaigns and construction projects.
The ongoing Odebrecht corruption scandal is dragging more current and former government officials into the investigation.
Ana Giros, Latin America CEO at French utility giant Suez, also tells BNamericas how the company wants to develop its water technologies in new industries, such as oil and gas.
An opposition PAN party congressman has called for tougher sanctions against suspects found guilty of stealing fuel.