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Olympic contracts for sports facilities and seating

19 November 2008

Bids are invited to build the Eton Manor Sports complex and for providing seating structures for 33,000 spectators for the London 2012 Olympic Games .

The Olympic Delivery Authority (ODA) has issued a contract notice for the design and construction of the Eton Manor Sports Complex for the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The works to be carried out at the Eton Manor site, together with some of the other venues and facilities elsewhere, both on or off the Olympic Park, are to be procured via a series of works packages, of which this is one.

The works to the Eton Manor Sports Complex comprise the design, construction, and potentially the post-Games conversion of the permanent building and may also include the design and construction of all, or part of an adjacent stadium. During the Games, it is envisaged that the building will be used to provide support accommodation to the various venues and facilities on the Eton Manor site, whilst the adjacent Stadium (to the extent, if any, included within this procurement) is currently intended to host Paralympic Archery.

After the Games the intention is for the building to provide a fully accessible permanent Indoor tennis centre together with accommodation, and the adjacent stadium (to the extent, if any, included within this procurement) to provide a hockey venue.

For further information refer to the pre-Qualification questionnaire and the ‘Eton Manor Sports Complex design and build contract explanatory booklet' via the eTendering website and the deadline for expressions of interest and completed PQQ submissions is 12pm BST on 22 December 2008 via the eTendering website.

Seating contract
The Olympic Delivery Authority (ODA) has issued a contract notice to establish a seating installation framework of a maximum of three companies for the London 2012 Olympic Games and Paralympic Games. The scope of works comprises the design, installation and dismantling of temporary seating and associated structures including staircases, vomitories, gangways and handrails and may also include the removal and reuse of the temporary seating and associated structures. There will also be a limited number of permanent seats and associated structures.

It is currently predicted the ODA’s requirement will be approximately 33,000 seats across approximately five venues. Of this total number, approximately 3,000 seats will be permanent. The potential number of seats may range from 1,000 to 12,000 seats per venue.

For further information refer to the pre-qualification questionnaire via the eTendering website. The deadline for expressions of interest and completed PQQ submissions is 12pm BST on 24 December 2008 via the eTendering website.


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