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London 2012 seeks access control system and support

29 November 2007

The Olympic Delivery Authority (ODA) is procuring a service provider to complete the detailed design, construction and ongoing maintenance of an Access Control System for the Olympic Park.

Aerial view of work underway on the Olympic stadium site in Stratford

The Access Control System (ACS) shall be networked and housed in access portals with appropriate token and other access technologies controlling gates, turnstiles, barriers and door locks. All personnel including staff and visitors will be required to enter the site through the portals.

The ACS is required to be operational from Q4 2008 through, and during, legacy transformation, with potential for use during Games time subject to the needs of the London Organising Committee of the Olympic Games and Paralympic Games Ltd.

The deadline for the receipt of expressions of interest is 5.00pm on Friday 4 January 2008.

For full details see the prequalification questionnaire (PQQ) documentation via the London 2012 eTendering website

etenders.london2012.com


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