Brazil's São Paulo water utility Sabesp (Bovespa: SBSP3, NYSE: SBS) has called three tenders valued at a total 12.8mn reais (US$8mn) for work to improve the state's sanitation services.
Budgeted at 5.37mn reais, the first one involves installing a primary potable water distribution network in the Tremembé neighborhood of northern São Paulo city.
Interested companies must submit proposals on June 28, according to information published on the company website.
Set at 5.3mn reais, the second tender also pertains to the northern district of the state capital. The project entails building a potable water system to serve the neighborhoods of Jaraguá, Alça, Jardim Paulistano, Jardim Guqrani and Jardim Elisa Maria.
Offers are due to be opened on June 24.
Finally, Sabesp launched a 2.14mn-real tender for work on the municipal sewerage system in Itaoca, located in the Vale do Ribeira region near the border with Paraná state.
Work involves replacing the town's wastewater pumping station. The bid submission deadline is June 20.
All three projects must be completed within 18 months.