This will be the first time that this certified training program has been held outside the United States in almost two decades.
International experts representing the fields of contract management, financing and sustainable transport policy
development have been scheduled to present best practices and case studies in performance-based contracting.
The program will include a five-day program of presentations and discussions about performance-based contracts. Participants will engage in working groups with experts who are actively involved in maintenance contracting and
asset management to discuss the application of best practices under different country conditions.
Upon conclusion of the program of presentations and discussions, two days of field trips to local government
agencies, a toll authority, contractor operations, and other points of interest will follow.
All engineers and managers who are involved in highway maintenance and operation will benefit from this experience. Agencies that are seeking more effective mechanisms for privatizing maintenance programs will profit by sending key staff to learn from the experience of counterparts in the public and private sectors and from international financing institutions.
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