Brazil's São Paulo state utility Sabesp (Bovespa: SBSP3, NYSE: SBS) has called three consultancy tenders valued at a total 28.1mn reais (US$17.7mn) for water and sanitation works in the southeastern state.
Priced at 18.1mn reais, the first is for a 28-month project to provide technical services for Sabesp's environmental restoration program in the Baixada Santista coastal region near Santos city.
Interested companies and consortiums of up to four companies should submit proposals on July 26, according to information published on the company website.
The work falls under Sabesp's Onda Limpa (Clean Wave) environmental cleanup program.
The second tender is budgeted at 5.62mn reais and involves developing plans to replace water supply networks as part of the utility's loss reduction program. Work will take place in various municipalities, including the metropolitan region of state capital São Paulo.
Offers are due to be opened on August 9. Consortiums with up to three companies are eligible, according to bid documents published on the Sabesp website.
The work has a deadline of just over 15 months.
Lastly, Sabesp launched a tender for a 20-month project to perform conceptual studies and develop a basic plan to restore the Baixo Cotia wastewater treatment plant in the city of Cotia, some 34km west of São Paulo city.
The tender is priced at 4.37mn reais. Interested companies or two-company consortiums have until August 2 to submit bids.