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With the majority of the construction work complete at the London 2012 Olympic site, the landscapers are moving in, but there are still a few jobs to be completed with the assistance of access equipment, including the construction of the futuristic steel sculpture, The ArcelorMittal Orbit
The 80000-seater flagship venue for the 2012 London Olympics has been completed three months early and -2% under budget.
Portable roadway rental company Lion Trackhire provided a temporary track for a 1200 t crawler crane working at London’s 2012 Olympic Village site earlier this year.
The last piece of turf for the London 2012 Olympic Stadium's field of play has been laid in a special ceremony marking completion of construction on the flagship venue.
Aggreko has won the contract to provide temporary power to the 2012 London Olympics and the Paralympic Games. The project is valued at approximately £37 million.
Pictured are two Dinolift aerial platforms rented by Finland’s Pekkaniska working on the construction of the new skating stadium for the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics in Russia.
A new webcam unveiled by the ODA shows work underway to install the timber cycling track of the London 2012 Velodrome.
New images show water beginning to flow at the new London 2012 white water canoe centre.
Indian anti-corruption watchdog accuses builders of inflated prices and poor quality
Russian deputy prime minister Dmitry Kozak confirmed during a visit to the 2014 Winter Olympic Games venue of Sochi that preparations are fully on-track.
New images of the London 2012 Velodrome show the huge roof now covered with the timber ceiling in place.
Work has begun on the London 2012 Olympic Stadium's "field of play" on the second anniversary of the start of construction on the Stadium.
New video footage shows construction and testing of the London 2012 Aquatics Centre.
New aerial images show the 2012 Olympic Stadium's lighting towers lifted into place 60 m above the field of play
A UNEP report criticises Russia for failing to monitor the effects of several construction projects for the 2014 Winter Olympics on the region's wildlife.
A new bridge has been lifted into place at the Eton College Rowing Centre at Dorney Lake near Windsor ahead of the London 2012 Olympic Games.
A new link to London’s Olympic Park has been completed on schedule in just 28 days using a pre-constructed concrete box section, tunnelling techniques and hydraulic rams.