Games Briefing 2008

Venue: Central London

Location: London, United Kingdom

Event Date/Time: Mar 12, 2008
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Description

The Games Briefing is your unique chance to hear from the key stakeholders in Games construction, including key decision makers within the ODA and leading 2012 contractors. Discover where the profit opportunities lie for SMEs and suppliers, how to master the procurement framework and ensure you become part of the supply chain. Benefit from crucial information on:

Upcoming 2012 opportunities: the latest contracts to be awarded and the programme for major project delivery
Procurement: how the bidding process of tier one contractors and e-tendering will operate
Supply chain: how the ODA and project teams will manage the supply chain
Staging the games : LOCOG’s plan for putting on the Games show and the opportunities for the construction industry
Legacy: discover how the masterplan is advancing and the long-term regeneration work available
At this early stage, speakers confirmed include:

John Armitt, Chairman, ODA
Howard Shiplee, Director of Construction, ODA
Morag Stuart, Head of Procurement, ODA

With tier one contractors in place and venue designs finalised, work is intensifying on the Olympic Park ready for construction to get this summer. 2012 opens construction opportunities like never seen before in the UK, with over 50,000 contracts available throughout the Games supply chain. With tier one contractors contractually bound to use a wider supply chain, the ODA are attempting to ensure smaller firms benefit from wealth of work on the mega-project. Will your company be one of them?

A must attend event for the whole construction sector

Over 2000 delegates have attended our previous Games Briefing conferences, from architects, engineers, consultants and contractors to suppliers, manufacturers and clients. With £30 billion expected to be spent on the Games and Lower Lea Valley regeneration, can you afford to miss out on the industry’s leading information and networking forum?

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