Brazil's São Paulo state water utility Sabesp (Bovespa: SBSP3, NYSE: SBS) has launched three consultancy tenders worth a total 6.52mn reais (US$3.60mn) to improve potable water supply and sewerage services throughout the state.
Priced at 4.19mn reais, the first entails preparing the executive project for the construction of wastewater pumping stations and collector pipelines in the cities of Arujá and Itaquaquecetuba, just east of state capital São Paulo.
Interested companies or consortiums must submit bids on January 24. The project is set to last 18 months.
Sabesp also launched a 1.30mn-real tender to develop executive projects to improve water distribution and sanitation networks in the eastern São Paulo metropolitan region.
Proposals are due on January 16 and the work has a 24-month deadline.
Finally, the utility called a 1.03mn tender aimed at revising and updating the company's rates structure for general services.
Offers for the 18-month project are due on January 9.