Brazil's Bahia state water and sewerage utility Embasa has called three tenders worth a total 26.7mn reais (US$17.1mn) for waterworks in cities throughout the northeastern state.
The first tender, set at 12.4mn reais, involves the two-year maintenance, operation and performance of commercial services for water supply and sanitation systems in the metropolitan region of Alagoinhas.
Bids must be submitted on May 19, according information published on the company website.
Embasa also called a two-year maintenance tender, budgeted at 10.8mn reais, to perform the same services on an integrated water supply system for nine municipalities.
Proposals must be presented on May 20, according to an Embasa tender notice.
Finally, the company published a 3.45mn-real tender to expand the water supply system in the Águas Claras neighborhood of state capital Salvador.
Work involves building an 8,700m3 concrete reservoir and connecting it to the region's existing water pump and supply system. The awardee will also install pipelines along Luiz Eduardo Magalhães avenue.
Bids should be submitted on May 20 and the project has a six-month completion deadline, according to a tender notice published on the company website.