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Olympic Delivery Authority
The Big Build: Completion Milestones to 27 July 2011
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of the t London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games and the legacy beyond.
The second 10 were the first phase of construction – ‘The Big Build: Foundations’. They focused on putting in place the foundations of the main venues and infrastructure in the Olympic Park. These were followed
l by the next phase – ‘The Big Build: Structures’.
All these milestones have now been delivered.
t The project remains on track and within budget. TThis document sets out 10 new milestones that the aone year from the Opening Ceremony of the
London 2012 Olympic Games.
The construction of the venues and infrastructure for the London 2012 Games is funded by the National Lottery through the Olympic Lottery Distributor, the Department for Culture, Media and Sport, the Mayor of London and the London Development Agency.
On the cover: a view from inside the Olympic Stadium
Foreword Page 5
Aerial view of the Olympic Park, June 2010 Page 6
Part one: Previous milestones Page 8
Milestones to the Beijing 2008 Games – Demolish, Dig, Design Milestones to 27 July 2009 – The Big Build: Foundations Milestones to 27 July 2010 – The Big Build: Structures
Part two: Milestones to 27 July 2011 Page 11
Milestone 01: Construction of the Olympic Stadium will be complete Page 12 and the venue ready to be handed over.
Milestone 02: Construction of the Aquatics Centre will be complete Page 14 and the venue ready to be handed over.
Milestone 03: Construction of the Velodrome will be complete and Page 16 the venue ready to be handed over.
Milestone 04: Construction of the International Broadcast Centre/ Page 18 Main Press Centre (IBC/MPC) will be complete and ready for
occupation by the Olympic Broadcasting Service and the London 2012 Organising Committee.
Milestone 05: Construction of the Handball and Basketball Arenas Page 20 will be complete and the venues ready to be handed over.
Milestone 06: Construction of the Lee Valley White Water Centre Page 22 will be complete and the venue handed over to Lee Valley Regional
Milestone 07: Construction work on Eton Manor and Royal Artillery Page 24 Barracks will be underway and on track to be completed as planned
in spring 2012.
Milestone 08: The external structure of the Olympic Village will Page 26 be finished with the internal fit out complete in most of the blocks.
Milestone 09: Construction of all permanent bridges will be complete. Page 28 All utilities will be operational. Landscaping will be well advanced
across the Park.
Milestone 10: Construction work at Stratford Regional Station will Page 32 be complete, with Londoners already benefiting from hundreds
of millions of pounds of additional investment across London’s transport system.
Priority themes Page 36
Design and accessibility; Employment and skills; Equality and inclusion; Health, safety and security; Legacy; Sustainability
The Big Build: Completion – Olympic Delivery Authority 3
Workers finish cladding the northern face of the Energy Centre
27 July 2010 marks two years to go to the Opening Ceremony of the London 2012 Olympic Games. Over the past 12 months, the Olympic Park has changed dramatically. With the structures of the main sporting venues complete, you can now get a real feel for the layout of the Park and the compact nature of the site.
We would like to pay tribute to our world-class contractors and workforce who have, once again, helped us to hit all our milestones. There have been many challenges over the past year – not least the very difficult winter – but they have risen to them all.
John Armitt Chairman
Olympic Delivery Authority
We are now entering our final year of the ‘big build’ – the construction of
the main venues and infrastructure on the Park – and we are setting ourselves 10 challenging completion milestones for the coming year.
As an organisation, the Olympic Delivery Authority said in 2006 that it would complete the main construction work by summer 2011, so the major venues are ready to be handed over. We are on track to do this, but we are not complacent: this remains the most challenging phase of the project. Health and safety must remain our highest priority.
We are doing all this in what is obviously a difficult economic environment. Our programme is helping to create thousands of jobs up and down the country, as well as filling order books for UK plc.
David Higgins Chief Executive
Olympic Delivery Authority
As the Games get closer, the eyes of the world will increasingly turn to London. As the venues are completed, people will see for themselves the exciting stage for the Games in 2012 and the lasting legacy for London and the UK that will be left as a result.
After the ‘big build’
Although the main venues and infrastructure are on track to be completed a year before the London 2012 Games, there will still be some limited work on the Olympic Park in the final year, as was always planned.
For example, the Olympic Village has always had a later completion date in autumn 2011.
With the main construction finished across the site, we will be able to open up and begin work on the fringes of the Park. For example, the site of the warm-up track in the south of the Park is currently the location of a logistics hub and concrete batching plant. Eton Manor in the north of the Park will be completed in spring 2012.
An artist’s impression of the inside of the Water Polo Arena during the Games
In the final year, works will also be underway on some of the temporary facilities, including the Water Polo Arena, located next to the Aquatics Centre, the catering facilities in the International Broadcast Centre/Main Press Centre, and the Shooting venue in Woolwich Arsenal.
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