2017 Report details for project: The Francis Crick Institute (formerly UKCMRI)

Project name: The Francis Crick Institute (formerly UKCMRI) - there are 5 reports for this project: 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017
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Organisation: BEIS (D1198) - see all reports for this organisation
Report year: 2017 (data is from Sept 2016)
Category: Infrastructure - see all reports for this category
Description: The Francis Crick Institute is a joint venture between the UK's largest biomedical research and academic institutions: The Medical Research Council (MRC), Cancer Research UK (CRUK), the Wellcome Trust, University College London, Kings College, London and Imperial College, London. A new research Institution will be established involving the construction of a new facility located close to St Pancras station, London. This facility will accommodate 1,268 scientists when fully operational. The National Institute for Medical Research (NIMR) will be closed. The funds from the sale of the former NIMR site at Mill Hill and the former National Temperance Hospital site will be used as part of this project.
DCA (RAG): Amber
DCA text: The Department will continue to monitor and seek to mitigate risks to operation accordingly which include the British Library development and the route of Crossrail 2
Start date: 2006-10-01
End date: 2016-12-31
Schedule text: Migration of all MRC researchers to the new Crick building is complete as scheduled. Crick removed from GMPP following the Q3 report.
Baseline: £27.70m
Forecast: £24.00m
Variance: -13.00%
Variance text: Costs re-scheduled to 2017/18 budget. No cost overrun to WLC
Whole Life Cost: £752.70m
WLCost text: The Whole Life Costs represent the total construction costs including contributions from all participants.
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Sourcefile: IPA_2017.csv

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