Brazil's Paraná state water utility Sanepar has called tenders worth a total 16.2mn reais (US$10.2mn) to improve water and sanitation services in the southern state.
Priced at 14.8mn reais, the first project entails expanding modules three and four of the Tibaga potable water plant in the city of Londrina. A total of 8.05mn reais has been earmarked for the module three project and 6.75mn reais for module four.
All contenders must demonstrate experiencing in installing a water treatment plant with capacity of at least 500l/s.
Proposals must be submitted on July 8. The winning contractor will have 16 months to carry out the work, according to a procurement notice.
The utility also launched a 1.05mn-real tender to install a gas dispersion system for the Iguaçu water treatment plant in state capital Curitiba. Interested parties must have experience in installing a high-pressure chlorine gas system.
Proposals must be submitted on July 12 and the contract will last 6 months. For more information, go to this link
Finally, Sanepar called a consultancy tender valued at 377,000 reais to develop an executive project for the expansion of the sewerage system in Toledo, which will involve 72km of pipeline. Interested firms must have experience in laying at least 35km of pipeline.
Bids must be submitted July 19 and the awardee will have 8 months to complete work. For more information, go to this link