Brazil's São Paulo state water utility Sabesp (Bovespa: SBSP3, NYSE: SBS) has called three tenders totaling 14mn reais (US$8.44mn) to improve potable water supply and sewerage services throughout the state.
The first, budgeted at 8.56mn reais, is for work to improve basic sanitation service in the city of Cotia, some 34km west of state capital São Paulo.
Interested parties must have experience building a water or sewage pumping station with a minimum flow rate of 500l/s, according to information published on the company website.
Offers are due on October 3 and the project has a six-month deadline.
Set at 3.59mn reais, the second tender entails a 15-month project to implement sewer system pipelines and connections in the city of Hortolândia.
Interested companies and consortiums must submit offers on October 3.
Finally, the utility launched a 1.86mn-real consultancy tender to develop studies for a project to improve potable water supply in eastern São Paulo city's Mooca neighborhood.
Interested parties must submit bids on October 20. The awardee will have eight months to carry out the work, according to the tender.