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Olympic Delivery Authority unveils its learning legacy framework

Client the Olympic Delivery Authority (ODA) has today announced its learning legacy framework programme in a bid to maintain and replicate the high standards set by the London 2012 project.

The scheme centres on a website that outlines the programme and provides case studies and reports across 10 Learning Legacy themes. Over 250 papers have been put together by the ODA and its supply chain, in addition to including independent research by industry bodies and academics.

The website is also linked to the associated industry organisations which are supporting the active dissemination of the Learning Legacy framework, with details of relevant seminars, events and workshops they are running to advise and educate future construction projects.

ODA chairman John Armitt said the learning legacy framework is the “embodiment” of a new benchmark that has been created in delivering Europe’s largest construction project to the ultimate deadline and within budget.

10 Learning Legacy Themes:

  1. Design and engineering innovation
  2. Equality, inclusion, employment and skills
  3. Health and safety
  4. Masterplanning and town planning
  5. Procurement and supply chain management
  6. Project and programme management
  7. Sustainability
  8. Systems and technology
  9. Transport
  10. Archaeology

 

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