The dipoles required in the Insertion Regions (IRs) of the LHC, where the beams are brought to the collision points, have field and aperture requirements close to those of the RHIC arc dipole magnets. Thus the superconducting coils developed for those magnets can be used in a cost-effective dipole design that satisfies CERN's requirements. The Accelerator Project for an Upgrade of the LHC (APUL) built two spare IR dipoles to increase the reliability of the spare magnets presently at CERN. APUL received CD 0 approval (Mission Need) on November 19, 2008 and CD 1 approval (Alternative Selection and Cost Range) on September 30, 2010. CD 2/3 approval ("start of construction") was received on July 29, 2011. CD 4 (completion) was approved March 27, 2014. The Total Project Cost is $11,440,000. APUL was completed on schedule and under budget, with a larger scope (two magnets instead of one) than initially approved. APUL received the DOE Secretary's Honor Award for the Project on April 7, 2015.