Southeastern Brazil's São Paulo state water utility Sabesp (Bovespa: SBSP3, NYSE: SBS) has launched three consultancy tenders worth a total of 8.22mn reais (US$3.67mn) that involve developing executive projects for waterworks throughout the state.
Budgeted at 3mn reais, the largest tender involves preparing work to expand the company's water supply network in the western metropolitan region of state capital São Paulo.
Companies interested in the 24-month job may request bid clarifications until August 12 and proposals are due August 19, according to the utility's bid notice.
Sabesp also started a 2.82mn-real tender for a 12-month project to prepare water supply network expansion and wastewater pumping station work in the coastal cities of Caraguatatuba and São Sebastião.
Interested companies and consortiums have until August 5 to request clarifications and August 12 to submit offers, the tender notice said.
Finally, the utility called a 2.4mn-real tender to prepare sewer system work in areas the company does not cover in the city of Suzano, located some 34km east of the state capital.
Bid clarifications for the 12-month project are due August 13 and offers are due August 20, according to the procurement notice.