2015 Report details for project: Broadmoor Redevelopment Programme

Project name: Broadmoor Redevelopment Programme - there are 3 reports for this project: 2013, 2014, 2015
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Organisation: DOH (D12) - see all reports for this organisation
Report year: 2015 (data is from Sept 2014)
Category: Infrastructure - see all reports for this category
Description: Redevelop Broadmoor High Secure Hospital to replace Victorian accommodation which presents high levels of inherent risk to the safety of patients and staff and has been declared by regulators, including the Care Quality Commission, as 'not fit for modern mental health services'. The new hospital will provide a total of 234 beds (210 commissioned, 24 decant) in 10 new wards and 6 existing wards in an adjacent unit built in 2003. It will also provide two support buildings: an entrance building to control all access/egress for the site and a central building to house all ward activities and administration. The programme includes the realignment of the site boundaries and the sale of surplus land/buildings to support programme funding.
DCA (RAG): Green
DCA text: The MPA RAG rating was Green at Q2 2014. The Delivery Confidence assessment was Green on the basis that this was an extremely well run project and successful delivery appeared highly likely. There were three recommendations relating to: confirmation that conditions attached to the FBC had been satisfied; ensuring the planned additional resources were in place as quickly as possible; and, conducting a detailed review of service and technical commissioning plans following appointment of the contractor. The next Gateway review is Gate 4 (Readiness for Service) scheduled for November 2016, approximately six months before the patient moves in May/June 2017.
Start date: 2012-07-10
End date: 2020-02-11
Schedule text: As at 30th September 2014 all activities were on programme - the site generator had been relocated; the old PMVA building and the boiler house chimneys had been demolished; the top soil had been stripped; the foundations had been removed. During the period 1st October 2014 - 31st March 2015 the following (will) have taken place - water main for new Hospital; cut and fill continues; foundation piling (1 x ward block, central building and new entrance building); pre-cast concrete frame installation; off-site construction (concrete and windows); delivery of off site manufactured service riser modules to serve the bedrooms; further development of operational commissioning and transition planning programme (separate from construction programme) has been ramped up and is progressing well. All activities are on or slightly ahead of programme.
Baseline: £42.11m
Forecast: £25.92m
Variance: -38.40%
Variance text: Although the variance for 2014/15 appears to be more than 5%, the true variance should be measured against the projected figure for 2014/15 in the approved full business case (FBC), i.e. £25.391m. That being the case, the variance to 30th September 2014 was an overspend of 2% because of a change in the spend profile for the year once works actually started; the projected variance to 31st March 2015 is 1% underspend. The total projected spend remains within the approved cost of £242.4m.
Whole Life Cost: £287.42m
WLCost text: On 17th December 2013, the Department of Health approved the FBC on the basis of a capital sum which included the tender figure plus an amount for costs directly attributable to the delay in approving the FBC (beyond the original anticipated date of 25th April 2013). The build cost is significantly lower than anticipated at the outline business case (OBC) and Enabling Works FBC stage because the contractor is using off-site construction for many of the elements of the new hospital buildings.
Sourcefile: IPA_2015.csv

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