Brazil's São Paulo water utility Sabesp (Bovespa: SBSP3, NYSE: SBS) has called three tenders valued at a total 21.4mn reais (US$13.9mn) to expand state potable water and sewerage systems.
The first tender involves an 11-month consultancy project in the Baixada Santista coastal region near Santos city. It is budgeted at 9.83mn reais.
The winning contractor will carry out studies and develop basic plans aimed at expanding the sewerage systems in the cities of Peruíbe and Itanhaém. The work falls under phase II of Sabesp's Onda Limpa environmental cleanup program.
Interested companies or consortiums with a maximum of two companies can submit proposals on September 12, according to information published on the company website.
Set at 8.53mn reais, Sabesp's second tender also involves studies and basic plans to expand sewerage services in the Baixada Santista region. The 11-month job involves work in the cities of São Vicente, Bertioga, and Peruíbe.
Interested parties should submit offers on September 12.
Finally, the utility launched a 3.07mn-real tender for civil works in the southernmost part of the São Paulo metropolitan region.
The awardee will build a water treatment plant, install a power input for the facility and carry out urbanization works in Parelheiros city's Vargem Grande neighborhood.
Interested parties must have experience with installing a power input and a pumping system of at least 40hp, as well as a metal or concrete reservoir with a minimum capacity of 88m3.
The bid submission deadline for the eight-month project is August 22.