Brazil's São Paulo state water utility Sabesp (Bovespa: SBSP3, NYSE: SBS) has launched three tenders totaling 12.4mn reais (US$6.49mn) for state water projects.
The first, budgeted at 6.18mn reais, will take place in the far north of state capital São Paulo. Falling under phase II work of the company's Tietê river sanitation project, the tender is for consultancy and inspection work pertaining to technical engineering services such as construction and paving.
Interested companies and consortiums should submit offers on November 1. The project has a 36-month deadline, according to a Sabesp procurement notice.
Set at 3.50mn reais, the second tender involves a 24-month project to build pipelines and service connections for water supply and sewerage systems operated by the company's Capivari-Jundiaí regional unit.
Work will take place in the municipalities of Itatiba, Itupeva, Cabreúva, Jarinú and Morungaba.
Interested parties should submit bids on October 7.
Finally, the utility called a 2.73mn-real tender to install pipelines near the company's Rio Grande water treatment plant in the city of Santo André.
The pipelines will supply water to the Volkswagen auto factory in São Bernardo do Campo city, located a few kilometers southwest of the state capital.
Offers are due on October 14. The awardee will have five months to carry out the work, according to the tender.