Brazil's São Paulo utility Sabesp (Bovespa: SBSP3, NYSE: SBS) has called three tenders valued at a total 9.3mn reais (US$5.91mn) for work to improve the state's water supply and sewerage.
Budgeted at 4.35mn reais, the first tender entails carrying out an eight-month project to expand the water supply system in São Bernardo do Campo, located just southeast of state capital São Paulo.
The initiative includes work such as building a potable water plant, installing domestic household connections and distribution pipelines, and urbanization work.
Proposals must be submitted on May 10, according to a Sabesp tender notice.
The utility also called a 2.55mn-real tender for the installation of a wastewater treatment plant in the town of Lavrinhas. The project is expected to take 18 months.
Offers are due to be opened May 16.
Finally, Sabesp launched a 2.40mn-real tender to develop an executive project for the installation of a wastewater pumping station in the ABC region southeast of the state capital.
Interested firms or consortiums with a maximum of two companies should submit bids on May 26.
The awardee will have 17 months to develop the plan.