‘Red Flags Missed’


At site of the National Children’s Hospital on the campus of St James’s Hospital in Dublin; graph from a PwC report on the hospital’s overspend

More as they get it.

Children’s hospital report says final cost will exceed €1.73bn (The Irish Times)


Graph: Gavan Reilly

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4 thoughts on “‘Red Flags Missed’

  1. eoin

    I’m really looking forward to learning the identity of the person pr persons [surname, first name] responsible for the over-run. You might recall that this was a major bone of contention at the height of the rumpus in January, and Leo was ultimately forced to accept the report would have to name people. At least we mightn’t feel so bad at the €450,000 cost of the PwC report if we know who [surname, first name] was responsible.

  2. GiggidyGoo

    So, a Hospital that is to be the most expensive on the Planet Earth, has a estimated cost that was ‘never adequate’. The cost will exceed the €1.7bn. That’s € 1700,000,000.
    Leprechaun economics. FG Style. And of course, Actavo involved. The important ingredient for FG Government contracts. The great bake-off.

  3. Cian

    If that graph is from the PwC report, then PwC should not get paid one cent. And the author should be hung, drawn and quartered… for starters.

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