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United Nations Renovations: Original Scope Reduced and Project Over Budget, but Lessons Learned Could Improve Future Projects
Thomas Melito (au); David Wise (au)
In December 2006, the United Nations (UN) approved a $1.88 billion plan to modernize its headquarters by 2014 (the Capital Master Plan; CMP), including renovating five buildings. In a separate effort, the UN is considering options to address its future needs for office space. As the UNäó»s largest financial contributor, the U.S. has a significant interest in these projects. This report examined (1) the extent to which the CMP is on schedule and achieving its originally planned scope of work within budget; (2) the UNäó»s application of lessons learned from the CMP to other UN capital projects; and (3) how the UN determines and plans to address future office space needs at its headquarters. Includes recommendations. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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