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Bids invited for the Aquatics centre

Construction companies are today being invited to bid to build the Aquatics Centre that will be the gateway to the London 2012 Olympic Games and Paralympic Games.
During the Games the Zaha Hadid designed Aquatics Centre, featuring a spectacular sweeping roof, will mark the entrance to the Olympic Park from Stratford.After the Games temporary seating will be removed, leaving in legacy a 2,500 capacity swimming venue that can be boosted to 3,500 seats, and local community and school swimming facilities. The OJEU notice issued by the Olympic Delivery Authority is for construction of the Aquatics Centre and potentially further work in the surrounding zone, including a temporary water polo venue, landscaping and a permanent public plaza.

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