Sabesp launches tender for waterworks supervision

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Thursday, November 27, 2014

São Paulo state water utility Sabesp launched a 9.7mn-real (US$3.87mn) tender to supervise the expansion and improvement of water supply systems in Baixada Santista, the company said in a procurement notice.

Companies and consortiums can request tender clarifications for the 24-month consultancy until January 8. Bids are due January 22. Technical visits must be scheduled by January 12 and carried out by January 16. Subcontracting is not allowed, the notice said.

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Baixada Santista is a metropolitan area located on the coast of São Paulo state. It has a population of 1.7mn.

Serving 13% of Brazil's population, Sabesp is the country's largest water utility and the second largest in the world by number of customers after China's Beijing Enterprises Water Group.