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Levels of Intervention The renovation and partial dismantling work of Building E cover four primary elements of works that will be complemented by further secondary elements of architectural renovation works and the renovation/upgrading of technical installations. (...) The solar shading will also be renovated / replaced. The further secondary elements of architectural renovation work to Building E correspond to an area of approximately 60,000 m2 and mainly consist of: Conferencing Facilities Building E contains eleven conference rooms, the main four circular Conference Rooms each with a capacity in excess of 600 seats are: • Salle XVII which was fully renovated by the United Arab Emirates in 2016; • Salle XVIII which will be fully renovated as part of the SHP project is approximately 862 m2 and has a capacity of 641 seats, it will be renovated as a “preserved heritage room” to preserve the original interior scheme used in the construction of all the original large conference rooms. (...) Consequently, the Renovation of the Building E includes the replacement and/or renovation of most of the mechanical, electrical and plumbing systems.
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Score: 1003464.4 - https://www.ungeneva.org/sites...%20website-%20March%202020.pdf
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WTO | About the organization - Renovation and extension of the WTO building WORLD TRADE ORGANIZATION Home   |  About WTO   |  News & events   |  Trade topics   |  WTO membership   |  Documents & resources   |  External relations Contact us   |  Site map   |  A-Z   |  Search español   français home the wto the wto building renovation THE WTO: BUILDING Renovation and extension of the WTO building In August 2008, the WTO embarked on a project to renovate and extend the Centre William Rappard (CWR). (...) Disclaimer The content of these pages may not be transmitted or reproduced without the prior written permission of the Chairman of the Renovation Task Force, WTO 154 rue de Lausanne, CH-1211 Genève 21. (...) VIDEOS  back to top News    Justification for the project    Organization of the project The first phase (2008 — end 2011) includes renovating the CWR (including transforming the General Council Room and increasing its capacity).
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Score: 1002879.2 - https://www.wto.org/english/thewto_e/cwr_e/renovation_e.htm
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The renovation, which extends over an area of 170,000 square meters, will include major modifications and upgrades to the UN’s historic buildings. (...) Renovation works to the section AC and building D are well underway and is already moving from demolition and strip out, to renewal and refurbishment. Already towards the end of the year, the first parts of the Palais will be returned after renovation allowing for other parts of the historic buildings to be renovated.
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Score: 1000229.6 - https://www.ungeneva.org/zh/palais-des-nations/shp
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The Capital Master Plan (“CMP”) is a large-scale, long-term renovation of the United Nations Headquarters Complex in New York, mandated by the General Assembly. (...) The Albano building has been renovated at a cost of USD24 million to bring the working conditions up to “the required standard”. Despite the renovations, a number of issues with the Albano building remain (see Gatti et al.). 8.
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Score: 999061.6 - www.un.org/en/internalj...es/undt/orders/ny-2013-130.pdf
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The Renovation Plan | United Nations Economic Commission for Africa Skip to main content Trending COVID-19 recovery - Building models for climate resilience and a green recovery UN Secretary-General's message on Africa Day 2022 Commerce and Industry Permanent Secretaries from Zambia and Zimbabwe with development partners push for implementation of the common agro industrial park Green, Social, and Sustainable bonds to serve Africa’s sustainable investment needs Vera Songwe wins African Banker Icon of the Year, as women steal the spotlight at the African Banker Awards Search form × English Français Toggle navigation Menu Home About Us Overview Commission Terms of Reference and Rules of Procedure Executive Secretary Former Executive Secretaries Opportunities Vacancies Fellowship Procurement Expression of Interest Internship Programmes Our Experts Blogs Our Work Data and statistics African Institute for Economic Development and Planning (IDEP) Gender equality and the empowerment of women Macroeconomics and governance Poverty, Inequality and Social Policy Private sector development and finance Regional integration and trade Subregional activities for development Technology, climate change and natural resource management Strategic Directions Advocate Build Design Formulate Support Subregional Offices Central Africa Eastern Africa North Africa Southern Africa West Africa Knowledge Gateway Publications Africa UN Knowledge Hub for COVID-19 ECA Repository ASKIA Federated Search Engine ECA Research Guide Thematic Portals Data & Statistics Events Upcoming Events Main events Statutory Events Other Events Past Events Calendar of Conferences, Meetings and Events Media Centre Contacts You are here Home » The Renovation Plan The Renovation Plan Home Africa Hall The Origin The Mandate The History The Renovation Plan Share this: facebook twitter email print The need to rejuvenate the Africa Hall building was identified by the Member States in 2008, on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the Economic Commission for Africa (ECA). (...) The 70th session of the UN General Assembly approved the renovation Project, entrusting ECA of the implementation. The cost of the Project is estimated at 56.9 Million USD. The renovation Project is Currently under implementation and it is expected to be completed by 2024.
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Score: 998255.5 - https://www.uneca.org/africa-hall/the-renovation-plan
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The Renovation Plan | United Nations Economic Commission for Africa Skip to main content Trending COVID-19 recovery - Building models for climate resilience and a green recovery UN Secretary-General's message on Africa Day 2022 Commerce and Industry Permanent Secretaries from Zambia and Zimbabwe with development partners push for implementation of the common agro industrial park Green, Social, and Sustainable bonds to serve Africa’s sustainable investment needs Vera Songwe wins African Banker Icon of the Year, as women steal the spotlight at the African Banker Awards Search form × English Français Toggle navigation Menu Home About Us Overview Commission Terms of Reference and Rules of Procedure Executive Secretary Former Executive Secretaries Opportunities Vacancies Fellowship Procurement Expression of Interest Internship Programmes Our Experts Blogs Our Work Data and statistics African Institute for Economic Development and Planning (IDEP) Gender equality and the empowerment of women Macroeconomics and governance Poverty, Inequality and Social Policy Private sector development and finance Regional integration and trade Subregional activities for development Technology, climate change and natural resource management Strategic Directions Advocate Build Design Formulate Support Subregional Offices Central Africa Eastern Africa North Africa Southern Africa West Africa Knowledge Gateway Publications Africa UN Knowledge Hub for COVID-19 ECA Repository ASKIA Federated Search Engine ECA Research Guide Thematic Portals Data & Statistics Events Upcoming Events Main events Statutory Events Other Events Past Events Calendar of Conferences, Meetings and Events Media Centre Contacts You are here Home » The Renovation Plan The Renovation Plan Home Africa Hall The Origin The Mandate The History The Renovation Plan Share this: facebook twitter email print The need to rejuvenate the Africa Hall building was identified by the Member States in 2008, on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the Economic Commission for Africa (ECA). (...) The 70th session of the UN General Assembly approved the renovation Project, entrusting ECA of the implementation. The cost of the Project is estimated at 56.9 Million USD. The renovation Project is Currently under implementation and it is expected to be completed by 2024.
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Score: 998255.5 - https://www.uneca.org/node/4882
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The Renovation Plan | Nations Unies Commission économique pour l'Afrique Aller au contenu principal Trending Message du Secrétaire général de l’ONU à l’occasion de la Journée de l’Afrique 2022 Des obligations vertes, sociales et durables pour répondre aux besoins d'investissement durable de l'Afrique Message du Secrétaire Général à l’occasion de la journée mondiale de l’environnement La CEA et les partenaires soutiennent le développement du marché interbancaire en Zambie Vera Songwe remporte le Prix African Banker Icon de l’année, alors que les femmes attirent l’attention aux African Banker Awards Formulaire de recherche × English Français Toggle navigation Menu Accueil À propos À propos Mandat et Règlement intérieur Secrétaire exécutive Anciens secrétaires exécutifs Opportunités Postes vacants Bourses Approvisionnement Expression d'intérêt Programmes de stages Nos experts Blogues Domaines d’activités Développement du secteur privé et des finances Données et statistiques Égalité des sexes et autonomisation des femmes Institut africain de développement économique et de planification (IDEP) Intégration Régionale et Commerce Macroéconomie et gouvernance Pauvreté, inégalités et politiques sociales Technologie, changements climatiques et gestion des ressources naturelles Bureaux régionaux Afrique centrale Afrique de l’Est Afrique du Nord Afrique australe Afrique de l’Ouest Portail du savoir Publications Dépôt institutionnel des connaissances Moteur de recherche fédéré ASKIA Événements Événements Calendrier des conférences, réunions et manifestations Médias Contacts Vous êtes ici Home » The Renovation Plan The Renovation Plan Home Africa Hall The Origin The Mandate The History The Renovation Plan Share this: facebook twitter email print The need to rejuvenate the Africa Hall building was identified by the Member States in 2008, on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the Economic Commission for Africa (ECA). (...) The 70th session of the UN General Assembly approved the renovation Project, entrusting ECA of the implementation. The cost of the Project is estimated at 56.9 Million USD. The renovation Project is Currently under implementation and it is expected to be completed by 2024.
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Score: 995458.8 - https://www.uneca.org/fr/node/4882
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I have the honor to speak on behalf of the African Group on agenda item 135: Proposed program budget for 2020, Progress in the Renovation of Africa Hall and the Construction of New Office Facilities at the Economic Commission for Africa (ECA) in Addis Ababa. (...) The Group attaches greatimportance to the Renovation Project of the historic Africa Hall as it holds symbolic significance as a historic African landmark. (...) In this regard, the Group looks forward to further progress pertaining to implementation of the renovation of the Africa Hall at the ECA and hopes that the lessons learned and the experience of setting benchmarksfor projects of this nature wouldbe replicated for other UN facilities on the continent.
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Score: 992415.6 - https://www.un.org/en/ga/fifth...ECA_Botswana(AfricanGroup).pdf
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Las fuentes de energía renovable abundan y las encontramos en cualquier entorno. (...) La generación de energías renovables  produce muchas menos emisiones  que la quema de combustibles fósiles. (...) Para obtener más información sobre las fuentes de energías renovables, visite los siguientes sitios web: Agencia Internacional de Energías RenovablesRenovables Organismo Internacional de la Energía |  Renovables Grupo Intergubernamental de Expertos sobre el Cambio Climático |  Fuentes de energías renovables Programa Medioambiental de la ONU |  Hoja de ruta para un futuro sin emisiones de carbono Energía sostenible para todos |  Energías renovables       Related SDG Goals Elizabeth Mrema: Protección de la biodiversidad mundial En agosto de 2022, el mundo se reunirá en Kunming (China) para adoptar un nuevo marco de protección de la biodiversidad mundial denominado Visión 2050 bajo el lema “Vivir en armonía con la naturaleza.”  
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Score: 987815.8 - https://www.un.org/es/climatechange/what-is-renewable-energy
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Las fuentes de energía renovable abundan y las encontramos en cualquier entorno. (...) La generación de energías renovables  produce muchas menos emisiones  que la quema de combustibles fósiles. (...) Para obtener más información sobre las fuentes de energías renovables, visite los siguientes sitios web: Agencia Internacional de Energías RenovablesRenovables Organismo Internacional de la Energía |  Renovables Grupo Intergubernamental de Expertos sobre el Cambio Climático |  Fuentes de energías renovables Programa Medioambiental de la ONU |  Hoja de ruta para un futuro sin emisiones de carbono Energía sostenible para todos |  Energías renovables       Related SDG Goals Elizabeth Mrema: Protección de la biodiversidad mundial En agosto de 2022, el mundo se reunirá en Kunming (China) para adoptar un nuevo marco de protección de la biodiversidad mundial denominado Visión 2050 bajo el lema “Vivir en armonía con la naturaleza.”  
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Score: 987815.8 - https://www.un.org/es/node/178832
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