Brazil's Paraná state water utility Sanepar has called tenders worth a total 12.4mn reais (US$6.69mn) to improve water and sewerage service throughout the state, according to company procurement notices.
Budgeted at 8.91mn reais, the first entails maintenance on water supply and sewerage systems. Work includes paving and repairing pipelines and building connections.
Offers for the 36-month contract are due January 25. For more information, in Portuguese, go to this link
Sanepar also launched a 3.10mn-real tender to expand and repair its Padilha Sul wastewater treatment plant, which is part of the sewerage system of state capital Curitiba.
Bids must be submitted on January 20 and the project completion deadline is 17 months.
More information is available here
Finally, the utility called a 432,600-real consultancy tender to develop basic plans for an automated management system and the expansion of Cascaval city's potable water distribution network. The project has a 13-month deadline.
Proposals must be presented by January 24. Further information is available here