Brazil's transport infrastructure department (DNIT) has called tenders worth a total 18.6mn reais (US$11.5mn) to restore and maintain roads in the states of Paraná and Minas Gerais.
The first tender, budged at 9.73mn reais, is for work on a 71.5km section of federal highway BR-163 in the southern state of Paraná.
Offers are due to be opened April 28, according to a DNIT tender notice.
DNIT also called a 3.90mn-real tender for the restoration and maintenance of another stretch of federal highway BR-163. Extending 38.9km, the work contemplates a stretch between kilometers 245 and 284.
Interested companies must submit offers by April 25, according to DNIT bid documents.
Finally, DNIT launched a 4.99mn-real tender to carry out work on a 38.8km stretch of federal highway BR-369 in the southeastern state of Minas Gerais.
The bid submission date is April 29, according to specifications set out in the tender.