Sixteen people died and 23 people were injured in the second landslide in three weeks to hit the country.
Some of the country's most strategic waterworks are still pending completion and in some cases, their construction has experienced significant delays.
The Santa Catarina state water utility has launched a tender for works in state capital Florianópolis.
People who lost their homes have began protesting for water services as floodwaters receded from the country's most severe rain season in 50 years, even as state water company Sedapal moved ahead with construction of reservoirs and pipelines.
Provincial government will spend US$10mn to modify and repair access roads to two villages that are currently cut off because of flooding.
Brazilian water utility Sabesp has called an electronic tender for waterworks engineering services in the Baixada Santista region.
The initiative's goal is to recover 70% of the surface of the Fúquene lake.
The floods have left many people in the Chubut province without access to water since Thursday last week.
A study from a local NGO shows that the economic and social benefits of achieving universal waterworks coverage would significantly outweigh costs.
Recent flooding disasters in Argentina, Colombia and Peru prompted the Chilean authorities to create a special floods prevention plan.