2013 Report details for project: TEL AVIV: Embassy Upgrade

Project name TEL AVIV: Embassy Upgrade - there is only one report for this project
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Organisation FCO (D13) - see all reports for this organisation
Report year 2013 (data is from September 2012)
Category Infrastructure - see all reports for this category
Description: This project is to upgrade the structure of the Embassy offices in Tel Aviv to give an increase in the protection against seismic activity and to reconfigure the offices internally to achieve a more efficient and open plan layout. To renew the mechanical and electrical systems with energy efficient characteristics including a new centralised air handling system with a heat recovery system. To relocate the currently outhoused Consular / Visa section within the Embassy.
DCA (RAG) Green
DCA text:
Start date 2009-10-28
End date 2013-11-01
Schedule text Occupation of the Embassy from the decant accommodation delayed by 3 months to ensure the testing and commissioning was to the correct standards.
Baseline £3.82m
Forecast £2.62m
Variance -31.41%
Variance text: Predicted variance reflects potential saving derived from GMP agreement with contractor. Final account remains under discussion.
Whole Life Cost £22.00m
WLCost text:
Sourcefile FCO_2013.csv

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