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Apresentação do Gerenciador do Parque Olímpico Londrino, Jon Pettifer.

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    • www.macegroup.com
    • Presentation Overview 1 About the Mace Group 2 London 2012, an overview - Site Preparation - Olympic Park Venues - Infrastructure - Strategic Themes 3 The Event 4 Legacy Transformation Programme 5 Summary 6 Questions www.macegroup.com 2
    • 1 About the Mace Group 3
    • About the Mace Group • Founded in 1990 to find better ways of working • Global business: across 51 countries • Multi-disciplinary programme, project management and construction firm • 13 businesses, working in 17 sectors • 21 services span the entire property lifecycle • Unique integrated service offer • 152 awards • 2,800 people • £710m turnover in 2009 • Projected turnover in excess of £850m in 2010 Global Sports Projects……. www.macegroup.com 4
    • Where we work www.macegroup.com 5
    • Selection of Mace projects www.macegroup.com 6
    • Terminal 5, London’s Heathrow Airport www.macegroup.com 7
    • New Street Station, Birmingham www.macegroup.com 8
    • Jumeirah Beach Residences, Dubai www.macegroup.com 9
    • London Eye www.macegroup.com 10
    • The Shard of Glass, London Bridge www.macegroup.com 11
    • Sochi 2014 Winter Olympic Games, Russia www.macegroup.com 12
    • 2 London 2012, an overview
    • London's Olympic Games Bid Philosophy  To stage an inspirational Olympic and Paralympic Games for the athletes, the Olympic Family and the viewing public  To deliver the Olympic Park and all venues on time, to specification, and providing for a sustainable legacy  To maximise the economic, social, health and environmental benefits of the Games for the UK, particularly through regeneration and sustainable development in East London  To achieve a sustained improvement in UK sport before, during and after the Games, in both elite performance - particularly in Olympic and Paralympic sports - and grassroots participation www.macegroup.com 14
    • Overall Olympic Timeframe (+2) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 Olympic Games
    • Overall Olympic Timeframe (+2) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 City submits an Expression of Interest to the IOC IOC grants “Candidate City” The Bid Stage Host City / Contract with the IOC Strategy Land Acquisition Design and Tendering Construction Test Events Olympic Games Deconstruction Strategy Legacy Conversion Functional Planning Model Venue Exercise Venue Operations Planning Overlay
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    • London 2012 Organisational Structure IOC BOA 2006 LOCOG GLA Olympic Board Olympic Delivery LOCOG Authority GOVT Delivery Partner Supply Chain Designers & Contractors www.macegroup.com 20
    • Timeline of the Olympic Park 2007 Site preparation 2008/11 Build infrastructure 2008/11 Build venues 2011/12 Test events 2012 Olympic/Paralympic Games 2012/13 Deconstruction / Transformation 2013 - 2025 Legacy www.macegroup.com 21
    • Delivery Partner CLM contracted as Delivery Partner to provide programme and project management services:  Design  Procure  Risk  Project Controls  Change  Cost  Schedule  Reporting  Assurance  Sustainability www.macegroup.com 22
    • Baseline was established  Agrees the scope and status  Identifies budgets and phasing  Apportions responsibilities  Clarifies current risks and opportunities  Shows current outline schedule www.macegroup.com 23
    • Delivery Gateway Schedule  Use gateway process to ensure projects progress is controlled  Allocate spend to each gateway www.macegroup.com 24
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    • The Programme www.macegroup.com 26
    • Olympic Delivery Dashboard www.macegroup.com 27
    • Site Preparation 28
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    •  Demolition 220 buildings Demolition  Reclaiming over 90% of materials www.macegroup.com 33
    • Soil Remediation www.macegroup.com 34
    • Waterways 8 km of water to be cleared up, river walls widened. www.macegroup.com 35
    • Biodiversity Long term programme of removing invasive species Major programme of species relocation 4,000 newts and 100 common toads relocated Created new refuges at Waterworks Nature Reserve www.macegroup.com 36
    • Archaeology UK’s Largest Archaeological Dig 140 trenches dug across the 2.5 k squared Olympic Park Key finds: - 4 prehistoric skeletons - An iron age settlement - Roman coins - Roman river walls - Medieval and Neolithic Pottery www.macegroup.com 37
    • Olympic Park Venues Inspirational design Inspirational delivery Inspirational legacy 38
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    • Olympic Stadium www.macegroup.com 41
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    • Aquatics www.macegroup.com 45
    • Aquatics – Legacy mode www.macegroup.com 46
    • Aquatics – March 2010 www.macegroup.com 47
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    • Velopark www.macegroup.com 49
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    • Basketball www.macegroup.com 51
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    • Handball www.macegroup.com 53
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    • IBC / MPC www.macegroup.com 55
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    • Olympic Village www.macegroup.com 57
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    • Infrastructure 61
    • Structures, Bridges & Highways www.macegroup.com 62
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    • Primary Substation www.macegroup.com 64
    • Energy Centre . www.macegroup.com 65
    • Primary Foul Sewer & Pumping Station Operational www.macegroup.com 66
    • Strategic Themes Putting people first
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    • Strategic Themes 1 Inclusive Design 2 Employment Opportunities 3 Business Opportunities 4 Community Engagement 5 Integration and Capability www.macegroup.com 69
    • Strategic Theme 1: Inclusive Design Olympic Park, venues and facilities, both for the Games and for the legacy provision which are inclusive for women and men of all cultures, faiths and ages and accessible to disabled people; Work with partners who provide an accessible transport network. Engage with diverse communities engagement in this process; and Share our expertise, best practice to inspire others www.macegroup.com 70
    • Strategic Theme 2: Employment opportunities Promote sustainable employment opportunities Workforce of at least 10–15% from the five Host Boroughs At least 7% of the workforce are people who were previously unemployed before working on London 2012 2,000 people into trainee placements 2,500 apprenticeships and work placements Increasing opportunities for women and disabled people One stop shop to a job – 0845 155 2012 www.macegroup.com 71
    • Strategic Theme 3: Business Opportunities Diversify the Supply Chain Support our Tier 1 Contractors in creating supplier diversity Proactively encourage our own supply chain to use local business e.g. use local providers for events or catering Encourage local spend www.macegroup.com 72
    • Strategic Theme 3: Business Opportunities UK Business benefits Over 1300 suppliers working for the ODA Value over £5bn 1000’s companies working in the 2012 supply chain www.macegroup.com 73
    • Strategic Theme 4: Community Engagement – Health & Safety Workshops – Archaeology Sessions – Construction Crew Programme – Supporting Local Community Groups – Fundraising & volunteering – Open days – School visits – Athlete Sponsorship Programmes
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    • Hoarding s Art H&S workshops
    • Strategic theme 5: Integration & Capability • Training & development • Reporting & monitoring across all diversity themes • Staff Climate Survey; Equal Pay Audit • Bench Marking – Diversity Works for London; disability standard • Mentoring, Work Placements, Coaching, Equality & Inclusion Training, Virtual Staff Networks • Park Health, Healthy Breakfast
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    • 3 The Event “Venues fit for Legacy Ready for Games”
    • Overall Olympic Timeframe (+2) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 City submits an Expression of Interest to the IOC IOC grants “Candidate City” The Bid Stage Host City / Contract with the IOC Strategy Land Acquisition Design and Tendering Construction Test Events Olympic Games Deconstruction Strategy Legacy Conversion Functional Planning Model Venue Exercise Venue Operations Planning Overlay
    • Event Management Strategy Functional Planning Model Venue Exercise Venue Operations Planning 85
    • Event Management Strategy Functional Planning Model Venue Exercise Venue Operations Planning • EVENT MANAGEMENT • Work in Departments • Develop detailed operations • Ticketing • Develop outline plans plans for every venue • Athlete Accreditation • Sponsorship • Test those outline plans on • Security one venue (MVE) • Running the Games • Work out how to run one venue • Transport • Broadcasting • Press • Different skills set • Organising Committee 86
    • Event Management 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 City submits an Expression of Interest to the IOC IOC grants “Candidate City” The Bid Stage Host City / Contract with the IOC Strategy Construction Land Acquisition Design and Tendering Construction Olympic Games Change Management Strategy Functional Planning Model Venue Exercise Event Management Venue Operations Planning 87
    • Games Preparation 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 City submits an Expression of Interest to the IOC IOC grants “Candidate City” The Bid Stage Host City / Contract with the IOC Strategy Land Acquisition Design and Tendering Construction Test Events Olympic Games Strategy Functional Planning Model Venue Exercise Venue Operations Planning Overlay 88
    • Games Preparation • Sports events to test the planning • Local sports event • National sports event • International sports event • Temporary buildings • Cameras • Catering • Retails units • Equipment • Sports equipment • Opening ceremony equipment Test Events • VERY FAST Project Management features Rapid decision making Risk analysis Team building Leadership Overlay Motivation Empowerment 89
    • The Olympic and Paralympic Games 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 City submits an Expression of Interest to the IOC IOC grants “Candidate City” The Bid Stage Host City / Contract with the IOC Strategy Land Acquisition Design and Tendering Construction Test Events Olympic Games Strategy Functional Planning Model Venue Exercise Venue Operations Planning Overlay 90
    • The Olympic and Paralympic Games Running the Games •The biggest peace time Project Management Exercise in the WORLD Project Management features Rapid decision making Organisation skills Olympic Games Leadership Motivation Empowerment Public Relations The world is watching you!! 91
    • After the Games 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 City submits an Expression of Interest to the IOC IOC grants “Candidate City” The Bid Stage Host City / Contract with the IOC Strategy Land Acquisition Design and Tendering Construction Test Events Olympic Games Deconstruction Strategy Legacy Conversion Functional Planning Model Venue Exercise Venue Operations Planning Overlay 92
    • After the Games • Just when you thought you had finished…. Deconstruction Legacy Conversion 93
    • 4 Legacy Transformation Programme 94
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    • 5 Summary 97
    • UK Project Delivery Overview  Highly regulated (town planning, building regulations)  Strict health and safety regime  Strict Environmental & Sustainability Standards  Compact and difficult city centre sites  Need to construct with local environment constraints  World class designers  Stunning projects  Overall, a great UK track record, time after time 98
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    • “We have been greatly impressed by the good progress that London 2012 has made since our visit last year. Seeing the transformation that has taken place in the Lower Lea Valley is nothing short of astounding,” IOC Chairman Denis Oswald Achievements: Delivering to schedule – currently 3 months ahead IOC scores the performance as 99.8% Significant savings made to maintain the current budget (circa $1.4bn+) 101
    • Creating a World-Class Delivery Platform Very clear about roles & responsibilities from day 1 Venues, transport, utilities, infrastructure, security, event organisation Be clear about the sports needs – venues, facilities, sizes, capacities, layout Needs will change over time – clear change management Manage the stakeholders from day 1. Who is influential? Who can have influence? Be realistic about what newly-formed bodies can achieve Be very clear about milestones and deadlines Understand what bodies like the IF’s, NOC’s and of course the IOC want / need Put proven world-class systems in place quickly. Don’t reinvent the wheel !!! Structuring how the projects are divided and their procurement is paramount 102
    • Creating a World-Class Delivery Platform Develop the overall time schedule as soon as possible World-class processes and systems to be put in place Project to project interfaces are managed very well Development of logistics, proposals & implementation Keep the city / region operating as near to normal Giving clarity to the construction teams and the opportunity to perform Clear projects definition and briefing Shaping and moulding of the various delivery teams Overall co-ordination and control Get risk identification & management systems in place early Set up effective & appropriate reporting systems 103
    • Olympic Games are huge Very complicated 9 years to prepare goes very quickly Complex Difficult Very rewarding Pride Olympic Games is Project Management at it’s best 104
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    • Thank you.