Brazil's Copasa launches 3 waterworks tenders

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Wednesday, October 15, 2014

Brazil's Minas Gerais state water utility Copasa has called three tenders worth a total of 54.2mn reais (US$22.2mn) to improve water supply and sewerage services.

The largest, priced at 28.4mn reais, involves expanding the sewer system in the city of Três Corações. Work should take 36 months, according to a bid notice.

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Technical visits can be scheduled on October 31 and proposals are due November 7. Bidders must have a minimum capital of 2.84mn reais.

The utility also launched a 16.2mn-real tender for a 20-month project to expand the sewer system in Nova Serrana city. Technical visits can be scheduled on November 7 and offers are due November 14. A minimum capital of 1.62mn reais needed, the procurement document said.

Finally, Copasa called an 9.58mn-real tender to install and maintain water supply systems in the northern district of state capital Belo Horizonte, with pipelines less than 200mm wide. Technical visits can be scheduled on October 31 and proposals for the 20-month project are due November 7.

Bidders much prove a minimum capital of 958,000 reais, the tender notice said.