In traditional road construction and maintenance contracts, works are executed by contractors under the control and direction of the client (owner) and paid on the basis of unit prices for a schedule of work outputs (in terms of measured quantities). The results are, in many cases, less-than-optimal because the contractor is incentivized to carry out the maximum amount of works in order to maximize turnover and profits. Under performance-based contracts, contractors have a strong financial incentive to be both efficient and effective through intelligently designed interventions that optimize work outputs to ensure that pre-defined key performance indicators ( in terms of level of service) are achieved and maintained over the contract period.
In this globally recognized IRF executive seminar, international practitioner-experts in highway operations and maintenance, road asset management, public procurement and contract management, public private partnerships (PPPs), and sustainable development will present best practices and case studies in performance-based contracting to preserve road assets. The seminar agenda includes a five-day program of presentations and discussions about performance-based contracts and a two-day program of technical site visits. The seminar includes in-depth coverage of the World Bank’s OPBRC including the Standard Procurement Documents (SPDs) and maintenance specifications.
IRF’s Executive Seminars are specifically developed to meet the needs of today’s highway managers. Whether you are a representative of a highway agency, a member of a financing institution, a consultant or a contractor, IRF seminars will give you the necessary tools to make improvements in your organization. Our mission is to facilitate progress whenever and wherever we can by organizing constructive events, furnishing needed information and assisting with the training and transfer of best practices and technologies around the world.
As part of a global effort to foster awareness of Sustainable Infrastructure Development, international lending organizations and donor agencies such as the World Bank currently provide loans and technical assistance to support programs that assist highway agencies to improve sector governance, seek value for money in public spending on roads, and boost sector knowledge and skills. IRF Executive Seminars aim to support this objective.
IRF Global is now recognized as an approved training provider by the Chartered Institution of Highways and Transportation (CIHT), a respected professional body that provides transportation professionals with recognition, support and business insights to accelerate their careers and influence the future of the sector.
- Learn how PBCs can play a key role in preserving your most valuable assets
- Develop a Business Case for PBCs
- Define and Measure Risk under PBCs
- Successfully manage the Client-contractor Relationship
- Learn the key implementation success factors
- Get exposed to global and regional PBC best practices
- Discover solutions to road delivery and maintenance problems faced in your country
- Receive IRF Certification
- Road & Transport Agencies Executives
- Engineers and Managers involved in Highway Maintenance
- Private Consultants & Contractors
- International Financial Institutions
- Engineering Firms
- Toll Operators
- Service Providers
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Dr. Asif Faiz | Advisor, Asian Development Bank & World Bank
Dr. Asif Faiz is a former World Bank Highways Adviser and Infrastructure Sector Manager with some 40 years of experience in designing, managing and implementing transport development policies, programs and projects in more than 40 developing countries. After retiring from the World Bank in 2008, he has consulted as a technical and policy advisor for the World Bank Group- public investment programs and projects covering motorways, airports, highway improvement and maintenance programs, rural roads, and transport services in more than 20 countries. He managed the World Bank’s infrastructure program in Latin America in 1990s, under which area-wide performance-based road maintenance contracts were implemented in Argentina and Uruguay. He helped initiate similar maintenance contracts in Georgia and hybrid PBMCs in Tonga. Dr. Faiz owns and operates Faiz and Associates LLC, an advisory consultancy in international development, transport, urban planning and fragile states.
Janusz Sobieniak | PBC Consultant, ADB & The World Bank
Janusz Sobieniak is a professional engineer and transport sector specialist with more than 30 years of experience the fields of national/regional planning, project preparation, project management, asset management and institutional strengthening in the road and civil aviation sectors. He has led multi-disciplinary teams in successfully planning and implementing improvements to transport infrastructure and services across the Americas, Africa, Europe, Asia and the Pacific. His focus is assisting national and local transport administrations to strengthen their business processes and adopt international best practices in infrastructure planning, design, procurement, project management and maintenance. He has worked with the World Bank, Asian Development Bank, European Bank of Reconstruction and Development, European Union and Canadian, UK and US bilateral development agencies and is familiar with donor policies and procedures.