São Paulo launches water system consultancy tender

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Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Brazil's São Paulo state water and electricity department DAEE launched a 3mn-real (US$1.2mn) tender to develop feasibility studies for a water supply system incorporating the state's Piracicaba, Capivari and Jundiaí (PCJ) river basins.

The 10-month project involves producing a report on the technical, economic and environmental viability of developing infrastructure such as mains pipelines and a pumping station for untreated water.

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Companies and consortiums should submit offers by December 9. Subcontracting is not allowed, according to procurement documents. Each bidder must have minimum capital of 150,000 reais (US$60,294) and relevant experience.

The infrastructure will support works included in a larger 504mn-real water supply initiative being planned by state water utility Sabesp to ease the impact of a severe drought.

Sabesp's project involves the interconnection of the Jaguari reservoir in the Paraíba do Sul river basin with the Atibainha reservoir in the PCJ basin.