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Brazil's Rio Grande do Sul water utility Corsan has called three tenders totaling 11.8mn reais (US$7.05mn) for maintenance work such as removing and resurfacing pavement, repairing storm conduits, earthworks and masonry work in 18 municipalities.
Budgeted at 4.33mn reais, the first tender involves work in the city of Canoas. Proposals should be submitted on October 3, according to a Corsan procurement notice
The second one, set at 4.31mn reais, contemplates similar work in 15 municipalities, including Dois Irmãos, Ivotí, Campo Bom, Sapiranga and Taquara.
Offers must be submitted on October 3. For more information, go to this link
Finally, the utility called a 3.15mn-real tender for maintenance work in Gravataí city and the town of Glorinha.
Bids are due on October 6. For more information, go to this link
All three projects have 12-month deadlines.