Leading Australian Property company Lendlease will make sure all competition venues for next year’s Gold Coast Commonwealth Games are delivered to standard.
GOLDOC Chairman Peter Beattie said he was pleased to welcome another Aussie business to the Games Family.
“Lendlease brings to the table experience in delivering projects for major sporting events including the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games, London 2012 Olympics, Sydney 2000 Olympics and a whole host of World Cup events,” Mr Beattie said.
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“Most importantly, we have the support of a business, who understands the end user, helping us to build an even bigger and better Games for all to enjoy”.
— Peter Beattie (@SmartState1) August 15, 2017
The company will project manage 15 venues across South East Queensland, Townsville and Cairns.
Lendlease Building Chief Executive Officer Dale Connor said it was an exciting opportunity to contribute to Australia’s sporting efforts on the world stage.
“We are a proud Australian company and welcome the opportunity to support our nation as it hosts athletes from all backgrounds to compete and excel on the world stage,” Mr Connor said.
The Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games will take place from 4 to 15 April 2018.