Brazil's São Paulo water utility Sabesp (Bovespa: SBSP3, NYSE: SBS) has called three tenders valued at a total 9.73mn reais (US$6.18mn) for sanitation work.
Budgeted at 6.71mn reais, the first involves a 15-month project in the city of Hortolândia.
The winning contractor will deploy collector pipelines and sewerage connections in neighborhoods Maria de Lourdes, Santa Clara do Lago, Mirante Sumaré, Campos Verde, Parque Perôn, Parque São Miguel and São Sebastião.
Interested companies or consortiums must submit proposals on August 5, according to information published on the company website.
Set at 1.63mn reais, the second tender involves work to take place in the town of Itupeva. The four-month job entails installing collector pipelines and outfalls for the municipal sewerage system.
Offers are due to be opened on July 29.
Finally, Sabesp launched a 1.39mn-real tender for sewerage system work in the city of Monte Alto. The initiative also includes finishing up waterworks in four other municipalities.
Participants must have experience building wastewater pumping stations, treatment plants and pipelines at least 150mm in width.
The bid submission deadline for the 18-month project is August 10.