​BørneRiget is a large and complex healthcare project, which demands a tight management. The project's ambition is to be a textbook example in regards to management and organization.

Steering committee

The steering committee consists of the executive vice president from the capital region of Denmark, representatives from The Ole Kirk Foundation, the director of Rigshospitalet, a project director and the director of the financial centre in the Capital Region of Denmark.

The executive vice president Denmark is the chairman of the steering committee, and responsible for ensuring that the ambitions and the goals of the project are realized in time, on budget and to a high level of quality.

Project steering committee

The project steering committee consists of the board of directors at Rigshospitalet, representatives from The Ole Kirk Foundation, and representatives from the executive level, from all the involved centres at Rigshospitalet. The Project Steering Committee also consists of the project director, the client advisor, a representative from Rigshospitalet's MED board, as well as a safety representative. The director of Rigshospitalet is the chairman of the project steering committee.

Project responsible client

The director of Rigshospitalet is responsible for the building project overall, maintains the client role in relation to the project and is responsible for the completion of the project. The director of Rigshospitalet and the project director share the task of securing, that the project is organized and securely equipped and staffed throughout the entire project, and that there is an ongoing follow-up on the contents of the project, finances, time, risk and quality.

Project organization

The project organization is run by the project director, who is responsible for the compliance of the projects ambitions and framework. The project organization will continuously be adapted to the current tasks. The project consits of employees with professional backgrounds within building, architecture, user-involvement, functional planning, technique, health-care planning and organizational steering and development. It is the project organizations responsibility, that the steering committee and the project steering committee are continuously updated, so they are capable of making decisions on an informed basis. The project organization participates in several networks and cooperations across newly built mother-child hospitals in the United States of America, Canada, Australia, Europe and Scandinavia. Based on a tender, the engineering company COWI were hired as main client advisors in February 2017.