Brazil's São Paulo state water utility Sabesp (Bovespa: SBSP3, NYSE: SBS) has called a 35.3mn-real (US$19.1mn) tender for maintenance work on the potable water and sanitation network in the western metropolitan region of state capital São Paulo.
Work will be carried out on potable water distribution and wastewater collection pipelines and connections in 6 municipalities and two neighborhoods, according to a company tender notice.
The project also includes repairing damaged pavement.
Clarifications can be requested until January 2 and electronic bids must be made on January 4. Offers are due to be opened January 5.