Just two months before city staff penned a report saying that “Deferred recapitalization for the [Khyber] building is estimated to be $4,150,945,” a consultant hired to assess the building pegged the costs of stabilizing the building at just under $2 million.
The city staff report to council, dated March 26, 2013, contained this infographic about the Khyber:
But in a report dated January 2013, Capital Management Engineering Limited assessed the present-day condition of the building and recommended expenditures for building renovation and energy savings, summed up in this chart:
The Capital Management Engineering Limited is detailed, giving cash flow and expenditure projections for the Khyber for a period of 25 years.
So far as I can determine, the report was never given to council and has never before been released to the public. You can read the Khyber renovation report here.