Posted on April 1, 2017
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|Date||April 1, 2017|
|Author||Eli Dvorkin, Maria Doulis, Jonathan Bowles|
This report finds significant problems with NYC’s process for managing capital construction projects for libraries and cultural institutions, with the median capital project taking more than four years and costing roughly twice as much as a new office building. The study, a collaboration between CUF and the Citizens Budget Commission, puts forth recommendations for creating a more cost-efficient capital construction process for libraries, cultural groups and other nonprofit organizations.