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Route To 2012 Daniel Epstein Presentation 10.06.09

  1. 1. Sustainability at the Olympic Delivery Authority Think London Panel Event June 2009 Dan Epstein – Head of Sustainable Development & Design
  2. 2. Who we are IOC BOA LOCOG GLA Olympic Board Olympic Delivery LOCOG Authority Govt. CLM Delivery Partner 3 30.4.2009
  3. 3. Lea Valley Park Central Central Olympic Park London London 4 30.4.2009
  4. 4. Progress on London 2012 5 30.4.2009
  5. 5. The Olympic Park – 2.5km2 (618 acres) – £9.3bn budget – 3 year construction programme – 30 new bridges – 190 buildings demolished – 600,000t contaminated soil washed – 0.1 av. accident frequency – 7.7m spectators – 15,000 athletes – 20,000 accredited media 6 30.4.2009
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  15. 15. Sustainable Development Strategy - A Holistic Approach Environmental Sustainability – Carbon – Water – Waste – Materials – Biodiversity – Environmental impacts Socio-economic Sustainability – Supporting Communities – Transport and mobility – Access – Employment and business – Health and well-being – Inclusion 16 30.4.2009
  16. 16. Delivering sustainability through the project: Bid commitments Commitments and challenges and strategies Design and specification Project specifications and design reviews Procurement Contract requirements Code of Construction Practice Construction Environment and Sustainability Management System Auditing and Reporting 17 30.4.2009
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  19. 19. Aquatics Centre – Games-time exterior – aerial view 20 30.4.2009
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  21. 21. Energy Strategy MEAN - Delivered by Venue Teams: Reduction on Part L for MEAN… all Legacy Buildings; Energy efficiency LEAN - Delivered by the Energy Efficient LEAN… conversion Centre Contractor (CCHP); MEAN (CHP) GREEN - Delivered by the Energy Renewable energy GREEN… Centre Contractor (Biomass), Wind Turbine Contractor and Venues; £ / CO2 emission savings 22 30.4.2009
  22. 22. Energy Centre •20% CO2 savings contractually agreed; •30% CO2 savings by reasonable endeavours to 2013/14; •3MWth energy from biomass •Gasification technology using wood chip •16 km of pipe and wire 23 30.4.2009
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  24. 24. London 2012 Carbon Footprint Spectators 33% Venues 49% Operations 6% Transport Infrastructure 25 30.4.2009 12%
  25. 25. Embodied Energy Trade associations and WRAP - Lean design and construction - Recycled aggregate - Carbon emissions in concrete - Sustainable transport 26 30.4.2009
  26. 26. Challenges 1. Costs are an issue but ODA constantly driving VfM 2. Strategic approach to SD across programme 3. Commitment by venues is essential (BREEAM) coupled with pragmatism 4. Critical to get strategy into construction tenders and contracts 5. Strong and robust assurance system vital 6. Partnership with other stakeholders is vital to deliver greenest games ever 27 30.4.2009
  27. 27. Thank you The official Emblem of the London Organising Committee of the Olympic Games 28 Paralympic Games Ltd is protected by copyright. © London Organising Committee and 30.4.2009 of the Olympic Games and Paralympic Games Ltd 2007. All rights reserved.

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