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  1. Update on London 2012 Anne Thompson, Sector Leader – Sport, Northwest Regional Development Agency

  2. Agenda today • Where are we at? • Who is buying what ? • What are the timelines? • What support is available?

  3. London 2012 Business opportunities Olympic Delivery Authority (ODA) • £6bn spend • 2,000 direct contracts • 50,000 supply chain opportunities • Construction and Corporate • Now through 2011 London Organising Committee of the Olympic Games & Paralympic Games (LOCOG) • 5,000 direct contracts • 25,000 supply chain opportunities • ‘Putting on the show’ • Ramp up from 2010

  4. What is being brought? • Venue design, construction, fit-out & overlay • Starts with architectural drawings & ends with complete event site • Project management, engineering, health & safety, cost control, materials selections, security planning, construction delivery & fit-out, materials, building services, construction management, control systems, surfacing, transport • Event delivery • Focus on Games-time delivery although planning & procurement will start earlier • Legal services, project finance & insurance services, event management, education, marketing, media & PR, waste management, temporary overlay, catering, ticketing, security • Legacy • Post event which transfers the event site into ‘fit for purpose’ site for its planned future use • Facilities management, dismantling of temporary facilities, landscaping, construction services, conferencing & exhibition facilities, sport legacy (sport equipment, consultancy etc) - Wider activities organised to engage and celebrate the event

  5. Where are we at? • Venue design, construction, fit-out & overlay • Construction started on all major venues • Flow down into supply chains • 75 out of 96 major T1 construction contracts let • 73 out of 92 major services & corporate contracts let • LOCOG procurement schedule published (£700m) • LOCOG – procurement started - £80m to date • Event delivery • Launched London 2012 Food Vision • Launched ODA: London 2012 Transport Plan • City Operations – currently being established • Torch Relay – initial discussions about vision and route • Live Sites - 20 big screens operating at locations across the UK

  6. ODA - Range of Procurements Transport Rail DLR Underground Highways Off Olympic ParkWeymouth & Portland Broxbourne Eton Dorney Greenwich Woolwich Training Venues RAB Other London Venues Other UK Venues Corporate (ODA) Audit Service Financial Consultancy Occupational Health Project Insurance Film Production IT Design CompeteFor Print Etc. Olympic Park PLUG Enabling Works Utilities Olympic Stadium Aquatics Centre & Water Polo VeloPark Structures, Bridges & Highways IBC/MPC/Multi-Storey Car Park Logistics Visitor’s Centre Basketball Fencing Hockey Eton Manor Handball Landscaping & Public Realm Olympic Village (by others)

  7. Major Tier 1 Contracts

  8. ODA future procurement opportunities

  9. Forecast CompeteFor opportunities

  10. LOCOG – 8 sourcing categories • Artists Performance & Events • Security • Services • Soft Facilities Management & Catering • Sports • Technology • Transport & Logistics • Venues & Hard Facility Management

  11. Major Events Production Security Equipment (Bag scanners, Hand-held metal detectors, Walkthrough metal detectors, CCTV) Security Contractors Graphic Design Services Translation Services Public Relations Services Sustainability Schemes Advisory Services (Transport) Storage (Warehouses) IT Master Re-seller Unix Servers Building Control Services Hockey Pitches Bus & Coach Operations Sustainability Schemes Advisory Services (Transport) Storage (Warehouses) Equestrian Surface Gymnastics Equipment Athletics Equipment & Flooring Archery Equipment LOCOG – future procurements (Nov - Dec 09)

  12. Photographic & Video Photographic & Filming Equipment Catering & Food Services Cleaning & Waste (Jan-Mar 2010) Clothing & Uniforms Signage & Flags Soft Facilities Mgt Luggage & Cases Plants & Flowers Volunteer Recruitment Office Accessories, Supplies & Services Material Handling Machinery & Equipment Non-Motorised Vehicles Traffic Management Advisory Services Volunteer Recruitment Office Accessories, Supplies & Services Framework for New Media providers up to Games Time Material Handling Machinery & Equipment Non-Motorised Vehicles Traffic Management Advisory Services Gym Fitness Equipment Canoe Equipment Swimming Pool Equipment Support Boats for Sailing Future procurements – Jan – Mar 2010

  13. Future procurements – Apr - Jun 2010 • Programme QA Consultancy • Operational Readiness • Support • Information Services • Mail Delivery • Driver Scheduling & Rostering • Passenger Motor Vehicles • Rowing Equipment • Sailing Equipment • Cycling Equipment

  14. Procurement support for London 2012

  15. Where are we at? • Legacy - social, physical and economic regeneration • Shaping the Legacy Olympic Park • www.legacy-now.co.uk/ • Raising industry standards • Event Management - BS 8901 - Sustainable Event Management • Sustainability - Sustainable Sourcing Code • Sporting Legacy • Maximising leveraging to encourage healthier lifestyles and an increase in participation in sport

  16. What support is available? • London 2012 website • London 2012 Business Network • CompeteFor • CompeteFor Resource Centre • Regional support • Business Support – Business Link Northwest • Events – www.businesseventsfor2012.com • Information – www.nwbeinspired.com

  17. CompeteFor: Supplier and Buyer process Northwest Business Network NWDA & BLNW activities Buyer Engagement Team and contractual obligation to participate Buyer www.london2012.com/business Supplier Buyer Registration Supplier Registration Build Profile Input Opportunities Datingagency • Single registration for multiple opportunities • Wide range of contracts of different sizes • Business Support from Business Link • Transparency on who is winning what • Free and easy to use • Opportunity to extend and diversify supply chain • New & Innovative Suppliers • Supports CSR objectives • Enables procurement best practise • Helps comply with Section 106 Agreements

  18. ODA Supply Chain Parts and Labour Printing ITEquipment Olympic Park Catering Security Plant Hire Temporary Accommodation Aquatics Centre MC Swimming Pool MC Bricklaying Subcontractor Specialist sub-contractors Working Clothes Tools Brick Merchant Distribution Company Venue hire Marketing Brick Manufacturer Quarry Training, transportation, entertainment, publishing, consultancy, HR and more....

  19. CompeteFor Resource Centre http://www.londonbusinessnetwork.com/competefor/

  20. What can use CompeteFor for? You can use CompeteFor to search for: • Contracts being advertised • Contracts that have been awarded • Find out which companies have been shortlisted • Other suppliers (and/or competitors) • Search for partners • You can ‘track’ contracts as they are advertised and awarded – use the ‘My Tracked Opportunities’ function

  21. How is the Northwest doing? • 5,452 companies registered on CompeteFor (85% SMEs) • 683 companies have been referred to Business Link Northwest to receive support in preparing their company • 743 NW companies have been shortlisted for contracts through CompeteFor • 93 companies have won London 2012 work (124 contracts), incl. 42 companies supplying the ODA (3% of contracts) • 11 companies on CompeteFor have won work (33 contracts) • Attracted 3 countries to set up Pre-Games Training Camps • Launched regional cultural programme

  22. Sub-regional breakdown of London 2012 contracts (direct and in-direct) won by Northwest companies Merseyside , 10, 8% Cheshire , 24, 19% Lancashire , 21, Cheshire 17% Cumbria , 5, 4% Cumbria Greater Manchester Lancashire Merseyside Greater Manchester, 64, 52%

  23. Tensar International (Blackburn) - raising the ground level of the east and northwest sides of the Olympic Stadium Adlington Welding (Chorley) - supplying welding equipment to the company who are providing the steelwork for the Olympic Stadium AJM Venue Finders Ltd (Lancaster) – supplied function venue for event Backhouse Jones Solicitors (Clitheroe) – Provision of legal services C.H.M Chauffeuring Services (Heskin) – provision of chauffeuring services for visiting delegations DKC Consultants (Blackpool) – technical support for delivery of PGTCs Lancashire success stories

  24. Lancashire success stories • Glasdon UK Ltd (Blackpool) - provision of real estate agents & managers • Glasgows (Preston) – provision of event management services • Napthens Solicitors (Preston) – Provision of legal services • NES IT (Blackburn) – provision of consultancy services • Newground CIC (Blackburn) – provision of recruitment services • Pindar Graphics (Preston) – provision of e-commerce analysis • TAS Partnership Ltd (Preston) – provision of consultancy services

  25. A Golden decade of sport • London 2012 • Rugby League World Cup – 2013 • Commonwealth Games 2014, Glasgow • Rugby Union World Cup – 2015 • World Cup (football) bid – 2018 • World Cup Cricket - 2019

  26. International sport events • Vancouver 2010 Winter Paralympic Games (Vancouver, 12-18 February) • FIFA (Football) World Cup 2010 (South Africa, 11 June-11 July) • Commonwealth Games 2010 (New Delhi, 3-14 October) • Asian Games 2010 (Guangzhou, 12-27 November) • UEFA Euro 2012: European Football Championships 2012 (Poland/Ukraine) • FIFA (Football) World Cup 2014 (Brazil) • Sochi 2014 Winter Olympic Games (Sochi) • Rio 2016 Olympic Games and Paralympic Games (Rio)

  27. Regional Sport Events • European Tour Beach Volleyball Blackpool (Sept 2009) • Great North Swim, Windermere (Sept 2009) • Tour of Britain Cycle Race (Sept 2009) • Commonwealth Fell Running / Ultra Champs – Keswick (Sept 2009) • World Series Netball (Oct 2009) • Rugby League Grand Final (Oct 2009) • UCI World Track Cycling (Oct 2009) • European Badminton Individual Champs – Manchester (April 2010) A Strategy for Major Events in England’s Northwest (March 2004)http://www.nwda.co.uk/areas-of-work/quality-of-life/major-events.aspx

  28. How do you get involved? • Visit the CompeteFor website at: www.competefor.com • Register some basic details of your business to create a user account and access Games-related information • Complete and publish a full business profile to be matched against opportunities listed on CompeteFor that you can then apply for. • You can also search for suitable opportunities and other businesses to partner with • If you have any problems just call the Helpdesk on 0845 2177804

  29. Keeping up to date ………. • London2012 e-newsletter - Join this mailing list to receive regular news and updates from London 2012 www.london2012.com/news/e-newsletter.php • London 2012 Create e-newsletter: www.london2012.com/create • Northwest Be Inspired – Join this mailing list to receive regular information on regional activities www.nwbeinspired.com • London 2012 – Northwest Business e-newsletter – register on CompeteFor to receive monthly updates www.competefor.com

  30. ODA Suppliers Guide - http://www.london2012.com/documents/oda-publications/oda-supplierguide-eng-web.pdf London 2012 Sustainability Plan - http://www.london2012.com/documents/locog-publications/sustainability-plan-december-08.pdf London 2012 Sourcing Code - http://www.london2012.com/news/publications/pdf/sustainable-sourcing-code-sept09-partnerupdate.pdf LOCOG Diversity & Inclusion Business Charter - http://www.london2012.com/documents/business/diversity-and-inclusion-business-charter.pdf LOCOG Invitation to Tender (ITT) Part 1: General Information -http://www.london2012.com/news/publications/pdf/locog-itt-part-1pdf Useful Publications