Brazil's Paraná state water utility Sanepar has called waterworks tenders worth a total 9.94mn reais (US$6.2mn) in the southern state.
The first project, set at 7.96mn reais, entails carrying out temporary service suspensions and reconnecting water systems as necessary over a 24-month period.
The work is divided into three sections corresponding to the northern, southern and eastern metropolitan districts of state capital Curitiba. The work is budgeted at 2.58mn reais, 3.09mn reais, and 2.29mn reais respectively.
Bids must be submitted on April 27, according to a Sanepar tender notice.
The utility also called a 1mn-real tender to expand the sewerage system in the Jardim Pantanal neighborhood in southern Curitiba.
Interested parties can request clarifications until April 18 and bids must be submitted April 28. The awardee will have 12 months to complete work, according to Sanepar bid documents.
Finally, Sanepar launched a 979,000-real tender for sewerage system improvements in cities Curitiba, São José dos Pinhais, Pinhais and Piraquara.
Interested parties must have experience implementing at least 5,600m of sewerage pipeline with a minimum diameter of DN 150 and 160m of pipeline in a non-destructive manner.
Proposals must be submitted on April 29, according to Sanepar's procurement notice