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São Paulo state water utility Sabesp launched a 65.5mn-real (US$20.9mn) consultancy tender calling for the management of waterworks services in the state.
The contract involves providing technical engineering services for the overall supervision of potable water supply and sewerage system projects in the metropolitan region of state capital São Paulo for a period of 36 months, the company said in a procurement notice.
Interested companies and consortiums with up to three parties can request tender clarifications until May 22 and proposals should be handed in by May 29.
Bidders must have at least 2.18mn reais in capital and no subcontracting will be allowed, the notice said.
The project is part of the utility's waterworks investment plan of 13.9bn reais for the São Paulo state until 2021, with 7.1bn reais for potable water supply and 6.8bn reais for sewage collection and treatment works.
Serving 367 cities and towns in the state, Sabesp is the largest water utility in Brazil.