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London 2012: The Business Benefit of the Games Coming to London. Sir John Armitt Olympic Delivery Authority. The Olympic Games - the world’s biggest event. 205 countries 5,000 Olympic Family 17,800 athletes & team officials 22,000 media 8 million tickets sold.

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london 2012 the business benefit of the games coming to london

London 2012: The Business Benefitof the Games Coming to London

Sir John ArmittOlympic Delivery Authority

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The Olympic Games - the world’s biggest event

  • 205 countries
  • 5,000 Olympic Family
  • 17,800 athletes & team officials
  • 22,000 media
  • 8 million tickets sold

The Paralympic Games - two weeks later

  • 147 countries
  • 1,000 Paralympic Family
  • 4,000 athletes & team officials
  • 4,000 media
  • 2 million tickets sold

100,000 workforce including volunteers 4 billion global

audience

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IOC

BOA

LOCOG

Infrastructure

Design & Construction

Transport

Olympic

Board

GLA

Olympic

Delivery

Authority

GOVT

LOCOG

London 2012 Delivery Structure

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ODA

Delivery Partner

Delivery Structure

Contract

Management

T1C

T1C

T1C

T1C

T1C

T2C

T2C

T2C

T2C

T2C

funding
Funding

Infrastructure

Lottery £ 2bn

Government £ 7bn

Games

Events sponsorship £1.5bn

Tickets £ .5bn

infrastructure
Infrastructure

Base Cost £5.3bn

Contingency £2.7bn

£8 bn

stadia
Stadia

Existing

Temporary

Permanent/Temporary

Permanent

contracts
Contracts

NEC 3 - Option C

Target Price- Design & Build

Fixed Price - Option A

Term Services Contract

Payments -18 Days

tenders
Tenders

Balanced Score Card

Cost

Programme

Design

Safety

Employment

Sustainability

Diversity

disputes
Disputes

Disputes Panel

Arbitration

transport challenges
Transport Challenges

Provide safe, secure and reliable transport for all client groups

Keep London and the UK moving: manage load vs. capacity

Co-ordinate all modes of transport everywhere

Integrate transport, security and Games operations

Leave a legacy and facilitate the regeneration of East London

success factors
Success Factors

Cross party political support

A fixed deadline

Early attention to Governance structures

A sensible budget

Clear client leadership

Rigorous approach to programme control and change management

Strong assurance and risk management

legacy
Legacy

Physical

Social & Economic

Employment

Training

Sustainability

Sport/activity levels

Business opportunities

Knowledge

learning legacy
Learning Legacy

http://learninglegacy.london2012.com/

Through the Learning Legacy project, the Olympic Delivery Authority is sharing the knowledge and the lessons learned from the construction of the Olympic Park, to help raise the bar within the sector and act as a showcase for UK plc.

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2012

LOCOG took over the Olympic Park on the 10th January 2012

ICT installations

Camera installations

Ceremony rehearsals

Sponsor pavilions

Catering / back of house

Signage, venue overlay

Complete landscaping

Spectator facilities

Test events