Post-Olympics future revealed as £100m contract up for grabs

The Olympic Delivery Authority has announced that they are looking for contractors to work on the Olympic Park after the Games finish in 2012.

It has already been announced that West Ham are the preferred bidder for the Olympic Stadium, with the Premiership side to take over the 60,000-seater stadium after the 2012 Games.

CN Plus reports that two contracts are up for grabs, one for the north side and the other at the south end of the Olympic Park.

The work includes permanent venue external and internal building works, as well as road construction and bridge modifications.

The construction work on the 2012 Olympics has already created over 10,000 construction jobs, and the post-Olympic work should add to that figure and continue to employ contractors to create a legacy for the 2012 Olympic Games in London.

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