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Sanepar, the water utility in Brazil's Paraná state, has launched three tenders valued at a total of 26.8mn reais (US$7.9mn) to improve waterworks services in the municipalities of Telêmaco Borba, Terra Boa and Luiziana, according to the bidding documents.
Priced at 23.8mn reais, the largest contract calls for improvements, expansion and overall maintenance of potable water supply and sewerage systems, as well as road paving works, in the city of Telêmaco Borba. It is located approximately 249km northwest of state capital Curitiba.
Clarifications on the 24-month contract can be requested until December 12 and offers are due December 20, the tender notice states.
Sanepar also launched a 1.57mn-real tender for an 18-month contract to expand the potable water supply system in the town of Terra Boa, some 484km northwest of Curitiba.
Interested parties may request tender clarifications until December 12 and proposals are due by December 20, according to the procurement notice.
Finally, the utility also called a 1.39mn-real tender aimed at expanding the potable water supply system in the town of Luiziana which is about 329km west of the state capital.
Clarifications can be requested until December 8 and bids for the 12-month contract must be made by December 16.
Bidders for all three tenders will need to prove they have capital equivalent to at least 10% of the bid submitted. The winners will be chosen based on the lowest prices offered.