All Olympics Articles
Preparations for Sochi 2014, the Winter Olympic Games to be held in Russia, are gaining pace with 220 of 235 projects now implemented.
London's 2012 Olympic Stadium has reached another construction milestone as the cable net roof is lifted into place, ensuring the Stadium remains on target for completion by mid-2011.
The Olympic Delivery Authority (ODA) has released new aerial images of construction work on the Olympic Park that show the "big build" on track as the project enters its "toughest year".
The organising committee of the Rio 2016 Olympics have released new video of the event's masterplan, facilities and venues.
HSS Hire is moving heavy plant equipment from its Irish business to London to capitalise on rental opportunities in the city, including the London 2012 Olympics.
The first of 11 residential plots in the 2012 Olympic Village has been structurally completed.
The first building on the London 2012 Olympic Park has been completed with EDF Energy finishing work on a new Primary Electrical Substation.
Temporary structures and events rental company De Boer has appointed Edward Gallagher, a former local government manager in east London, to lead the company’s efforts to win contracts on the London 2012 Olympics.
President and CEO of Sochi 2014, Dmitry Chernyshenko has confirmed that construction for the 2014 Winter Olympic and Paralympic Games is on schedule.
The Populous architects practice has won the contract to design the main 40000 seat stadium for the 2014 Winter Olympic Games
Newly released time-lapse video from the London 2012 ODA shows construction of the huge land bridge that forms the main "Gateway to the Games".
Venues for the 2014 World Cup will also be used during the Olympics
Russian rental company Ltech has opened its fifth depot in Kazan, Russia, in time for the 2013 Universiade.
The London 2012 Olympic's International Broadcast Centre's 4500 tonne steel structure has been completed