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Get Ready to Compete Glasgow 2014 Progress and Procurement John Scott, Chief Executive, Glasgow 2014 Ltd Councillor Archie Graham, Executive Member for Commonwealth Games, Glasgow City Council . 2 nd December 2009. You probably know the stats…or do you?. 17 Sports.

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Get Ready to Compete Glasgow 2014 Progress and ProcurementJohn Scott, Chief Executive, Glasgow 2014 LtdCouncillor Archie Graham, Executive Member for Commonwealth Games, Glasgow City Council

2nd December 2009

you probably know the stats or do you
You probably know the stats…or do you?

17 Sports

6,500 Athletes & Officials

>20 non sport venues

4 Para Sports

>2,000 Officials

17 Competition Venues

>40 Training Venues

>1 million tickets

250 Events

…from Anguilla to Zambia

71 CGAs

1.5 billion TV audience

>Circa 100,000 media stories

>500+ TV cameras

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For the Games…

Currently operates at full capacity 10-12 times per year…maybe

The Games equivalent would be to operate it at full capacity 26 times in 12 days.

You can modify this in "View->Header/Footer"

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This is Hampden Park…. The National Stadium

a strong partnership
A Strong Partnership

Glasgow 2014 Ltd and Glasgow City Council

Glasgow 2014 Ltd, responsible for the delivery of the Games

Glasgow City Council as host City, funding partner and provider of infrastructure for the Games

the role of the oc
The Role of the OC

Delivery of the Games

Delivery of sports programme

Monitoring development of infrastructure

Ensuring venues are Games-ready

Recruitment and training of 15,000 volunteers

Staging Games ceremonies

Development of transport strategy

Development of environmental strategy

Raising in excess of £75m revenue

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Games facts

  • During the Games there will be:
  • 4200 private security guard contracts awarded
  • 500 merchandise product lines supplied
  • 44 procurement package categories
  • 250,000 uniform items supplied
  • 8km of bandages supplied
  • 3.2 tonnes of waste produced per day
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Games facts

  • During the Games there will be:
  • 1.5 million sheets of printing paper supplied
  • 750,000 bottles of water supplied
  • Over 60 scheduled daily deliveries
  • Over 1300 maintenance orders
  • 6200 front door keys issued for Athletes’ Village
  • 550km of toilet roll paper supplied
  • 500,000 pieces of fruit supplied
venues strategy
Venues Strategy
  • Upgrading and use of existing facilities (70%)
  • Strategic new facilities (30%)
  • Multi-use of venues
  • Clustering of venues to provide a compact
  • Games
  • Accessible – max 20 minutes drive from
  • Village
sports facilities
Sports Facilities
  • Extended and refurbished
  • Tollcross Pool
  • Scotstoun Leisure Centre
  • Kelvingrove Lawn Bowls Complex
  • Royal Commonwealth Pool Edinburgh
the role of glasgow city council
The Role of Glasgow City Council

Funding partner

Develop and deliver A GAMES LEGACY FOR GLASGOW

The 2014 programme, including development of infrastructure

Develop and manage Commonwealth Games Business Portal

Preparation and presentation of the city for Games time

the athletes village
The Athletes’ Village
  • Site Remediation start:
  • September 2009,
  • VHE Ltd
  • Construction Start:
  • Mid 2010
  • Village Handover to OC
  • Spring 2014
  • Legacy Development
  • 2015-2020
nisa sir chris hoy velodrome
NISA/Sir Chris Hoy Velodrome

Remediation Contract:

JM Brown

Main Contractor:

Sir Robert McAlpine Ltd

Site Start – Jan 2010

Complete – Apr 2012

Responsibility GCC/OC

Cost £116m

transport
Transport
  • M74 Completion
    • Contract let Feb 08 to Interlink
    • Consortium
    • Under Construction
    • Cost £600 million
    • Completion Feb 2012
    • East End Regeneration Route
    • Tenders May-December 2009
    • (Phase 2)
    • Site Start February 2010
    • Complete April 2012
    • Cost £65 million
other developments
Other developments

Commonwealth Apprenticeship Initiative

Community Benefits and Procurement

Glasgow Living Wage

The Commonwealth Games Business Portal

you can register now

You can register now!

www.glasgow2014.com/businessportal

2nd December 2009

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