Brazil's transport infrastructure department (DNIT) has launched a 39.9mn-real (US$21.4mn) consultancy tender for road management planning.
The project involves developing a pavement management system, a strategic plan for highway programs, and an operational plan for preliminary studies on highway projects. Work also includes carrying out complementary field studies, according to the bidding notice.
Clarifications can be requested until January 27 and interested companies or consortiums should submit offers on February 7, the notice said.
The project has a 24-month completion deadline. For more information, in Portuguese, go to this link
Part of the country's transportation ministry, DNIT is responsible for the construction, maintenance, and operation of the federal traffic system which includes highways, railways and waterways.