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This folder provides several model contract documents used by a sample of developed and developing countries. For those considering the launch of a PBC on low volume roads, it will be helpful to review the contract from Western Bay of Plenty District, New Zealand, and the contract for rural roads in Peru. Readers should review first the respective country’s case studies and the information shown in the country matrix, both provided in this Guide, to become familiar with the contexts in which specific contracts were applied.

1. Argentina: Contract for Rehabilitation and Maintenance (see Case study and Country matrix).
Courtesy of National Directorate of Roads (DNV) of Argentina
Contact person: Gerard Liautaud, gliautaud@worldbank.org

This three-page contract is supplemented by sample performance specifications. Both documents are in Spanish.

Contract for Rehabilitation and Maintenance of Roads
Performance Specifications

2. Queensland, Australia: Road Maintenance Performance Contracts (RMPC) for Main Roads (see Case study and Country matrix).
Courtesy of Queensland Department of Main Roads

RMPC. Vol. 1. Sole Invitee (5th Edition)
Conditional Agreement – RMPC Sole Invitee
Performance Report - RMPC Sole Invitee
RMPC. Vol. 2. Open Competition (1st Edition)
RMPC. Vol. 3. Guidelines for Undertaking Routine Maintenance (4th Edition)



Additional information is available at: http://www.mainroads.qld.gov.au/MRWEB/Prod/Content.nsf/DOCINDEX/Road+Maintenance+Performance
+Contracts?OpenDocument

3. Western Bay of Plenty District, New Zealand: Performance-based Road Maintenance Contract for Low Volume Roads (see Case study and Country matrix). Courtesy of Transit NZ and Western Bay of Plenty District Department of Main Roads

In 2002, Western Bay of Plenty District Council in association with Transit New Zealand launched a PBC to maintain low volume roads. The contract was designed to obtain better service delivery value through a single contract for road maintenance, renewal and capital expenditure, covering the 122 km of state highway and 1,040km of local authority roads in the Western Bay of Plenty district. It included specified levels of service with pre-determined response times. A set of operational, management and key performance measures were established to monitor compliance. The contract was let for ten years to a contracting alliance of Opus Consultants, McBreen Jenkins and Works Infrastructure.

Conditions of Contract
Maintenance Specification
Data Collection Contract
Bay Roads Governance and Management Structure
Appendices (Performance Measures, etc.)

Additional information is available at: http://www.wbopdc.govt.nz/Projects/RoadingProject/default.htm

4. Peru: Service Contract for Maintenance of Rural Roads (see Case study and Country matrix). Courtesy of Provias Rural of the Ministry of Transport and Communications of Peru
Contact person: Aurelio Menendez, amenendez@worldbank.org

The first PBC document that was piloted to maintain rural roads in Peru was translated into English from its original version in Spanish. Similar contracts have been used on multiple rural road sections that have been maintained by micro-enterprises in Peru since 1996-97. That contract has been revised and improved. Its most recent version (2nd edition) is enclosed and is accompanied by Performance Specifications. The two latter documents are in Spanish.

Service Contract for Maintenance of Rural Roads (1st edition)
Service Contract for Maintenance of Rural Roads (2nd edition)
Performance Standards


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