Brazil's Paraná state water utility Sanepar has launched tenders worth a total 9.45mn reais (US$5.89mn) to expand sewerage systems in Curitiba, Piraquara, and Ponta Grossa as well as the water treatment system in Cornélio Procópio.
Set at 3.56mn reais, the first tender involves a 24-month project to expand the sewerage system in the metropolitan region of state capital Curitiba.
Bids must be submitted on September 20. For more information, in Portuguese, go to this link
Sanepar also called a 2.95mn-real tender for potable water and sewerage work, which is divided into three parts.
Set at 959,000 reais, part I involves expanding the sewerage system in Piraquara city's Guarituba
Redondo neighborhood. The work is expected to take nine months.
Part II, budgeted at 1.4mn reais, will also take place in Piraquara's neighborhoods of Vila Fuck, Marumbi and Olaria. The work will take 10 months.
Priced at 594,000 reais, part III contemplates expanding treatment capacity of the water supply system in the city of Cornélio Procópio. The project has a seven-month deadline.
Proposals must be submitted on September 19. For more information, go to this link
Finally, Sanepar called a tender valued at 2.94mn reais to expand the capacity of the Verde wastewater treatment plant, part of the Ponta Grosso municipal sewerage system.
Proposals should be submitted September 20 and the awardee will have 12 months to complete work.
Further information is available here