Argentina's San Luis province government has called a tender to complete work on the Nogolí potable water pipeline, budgeted at 122mn pesos (US$29.1mn).
Bids are due to be opened October 5, the province said in a release.
The 658km pipeline system will channel water from the Nogolí reservoir at a rate of 100l/s, crossing through 25 towns in departments Belgrano, Ayacucho and Pueyrredón.
Work will be carried out in three phases, the first of which will wrap up in six months. The entire project is slated for completion in 12 months.
The pipeline will supply filtered water for human consumption and irrigation for up to 777,000ha.