The Brazilian state's water utility is seeking bidders for an estimated US$58mn contract to build a dam in Vitória da Conquista municipality.
Bolivia is ramping up spending on water infrastructure in its biggest cities after severe drought and water rationing forced the government to sack key water officials.
São Paulo utility Sabesp has launched three tenders to carry out work on water and sewerage infrastructure in municipalities surrounding the state's namesake capital.
The agreement is designed to encourage the participation of members of national construction chamber CMIC in water infrastructure projects in the Mexican state.
Authorities plan to use the loan to expand water and sanitation infrastructure in the country's northern provinces, as part of the Plan Belgrano development program.
The new consulting consortiums are in line to carry out concession planning works in the states of Pernambuco and Sergipe.
Projects in the areas of highways, schools, bridges and potable water infrastructure are among those in 2017-21 plan, the central government says.
Plans for the construction of a biodigestion and an incineration plant to process the solid waste produced in Mexico's capital city were announced by the local government last year.