Brazil's São Paulo state water utility Sabesp (Bovespa: SBSP3, NYSE: SBS) has launched three consultancy tenders worth a total of 15.6mn reais (US$7.86mn) to improve basic sanitation service in the southeastern state.
Priced at 9.77mn reais, the first involves technical supervision for projects under phase III of the company's Tietê river sanitation project.
Groups interested in the 15-month project may request bid clarifications until March 5 and offers are due March 12.
The company also started a 3.45mn-real tender to develop basic plans aimed at increasing the water supply network in São Paulo city's Vila Romana, Vila Mariana and Vila Formosa neighborhoods.
The work falls under Sabesp's water loss program being carried out in cooperation with Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA).
Tender clarifications for the 23-month project are due March 12 and offers are due March 18, the tender notice said.
Finally, Sabesp called a 2.40mn-real tender for technical supervision of works involving concrete and its components for waterproofing projects in the company's north, northeast and southeast business districts.
Interested parties have until March 1 to request clarifications and March 11 to submit proposals. The initiative is set to last 30 months.
Consortiums, as well as companies, are eligible for all three tenders.