Brazil's transport infrastructure department (DNIT) has launched three tenders worth a total 22.7mn reais (US$13.5mn) for roadworks in the states of Rio Grande do Sul, Minas Gerais and Goias.
The first tender, budgeted at 10.5mn reais, involves building a 3.75km urban crossing for the town of Seberi in the southern state of Rio Grande do Sul. Work must be completed within 12 months.
Interested companies can request clarifications until January 7 and proposals are scheduled to be opened January 18, according to a procurement notice published on the DNIT website.
DNIT also called a 6.6mn-real tender for maintenance and restoration work on a 62.9km stretch of federal highway BR-265 in the southeastern state of Minas Gerais.
Interested parties have until January 8 to submit questions regarding the bidding rules, and offers will be opened January 18, according to specifications in DNIT's tender notice.
In the neighboring state of Goias, DNIT launched a road maintenance tender valued at 4.63mn reais. Work will be carried out on a 79.5km section of federal highway BR-364.
Clarifications can be requested until January 8 and bids will be opened January 18, according to documents published on the DNIT website.