Renaisi is delighted to be part of the joint venture led by Balfour Beatty that has been selected by the Olympic Park Legacy Company (OPLC) to operate the ArcelorMittal Orbit and to provide Estates and Facilities Management (EFM) services for the venues, infrastructure and Parkland after the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
The new joint venture – led by Balfour Beatty Workplace and including The Landscape Group, Groundwork London, Renaisi, Greenwich Leisure Limited, ditto, Green and Fortune, and Flamingo – was established to deliver the highest EFM standards and visitor experience expected in a world class Park and also importantly to make a significant and sustainable contribution to the socio-economic and environmental legacy priorities of the Olympic Park Legacy Company.
Renaisi’s role in the joint venture, in partnership with Groundwork London and Balfour Beatty Workplace will be to maximise the opportunities for local residents and businesses to secure jobs, apprenticeships and other opportunities in the Park and helping to deliver lasting sustainable benefits for local communities.
Clive Tritton, Chief executive of Renaisi said: “We are absolutely delighted to be part of an alliance that is genuinely committed to securing the best possible outcomes for local people through the delivery of this contract. Renaisi’s social purpose is to improve the lives of people in deprived neighbourhoods and since 2005 we have been actively supporting the host boroughs and partner agencies to make sure that local communities benefit from the opportunities and investment that the Games bring. We are now looking forward to making this a reality”.
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