Ospedale Papa Giovanni XXIII: Fixed-Price or Public-Private Partnership? Harvard Case Solution & Analysis

An expert at real estate procurement was preparing his notes for an upcoming strategic meeting with the management team of the Regional Council of Lombardy (RCL), which is the governing body of one of the 20 areas in Italy during September 2014. The RCL wanted to examine the procurement procedure for two of its most significant projects: the building of Ospedale Papa Giovanni XXIII, a fresh cutting-edge, high-technology public hospital; and the building of a parking area in the surroundings of the hospital.

When the hospital was under construction, a number of extent changes had been introduced and a leading problem emerged. Building had concluded at the end of 2012-€156 million over budget. The surrounding parking area was also subject to some problems, but with economic and reputational impacts that are comparatively minor. RCL started performing post-project reviews with the aim of improving future job procurement operation two years after the completion of construction. Jury Gualandris is affiliated with University College Dublin.

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