Sabesp tender watch: São Paulo metropolitan waterworks

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Tuesday, September 23, 2014

State water utility Sabesp launched three tenders worth a total of 69.9mn reais (US$29.0mn) to improve waterworks in Brazil's São Paulo metropolitan area.

Priced at 62.4mn reais, the largest tender involves work to maintain and expand potable water supply and sewer systems in São Paulo's Pirituba municipality and the city of Franco da Rocha.

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Interested parties must submit offers by October 2, according to the procurement notice.

Sabesp also called a 5mn-real tender to install household sewer connections just south of state capital. Offers are also due October 2.

Finally, the utility launched a 2.57mn-real tender to install 12 booster pumps in the city's southern region. Work will be carried out in the municipalities of Santo Amaro and Interlagos and other areas near the Guarapiranga and Billings reservoirs.

Proposals must be submitted by October 3, the company's bid document said.