GC Commonwealth Games Facilities

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Chapter

Welcome

Presentation Name

04/04/13

Towards 2018

Presented by Ian Whitehead

May 2013

Towards 2018


Vision


To stage a great Games in a great city leaving great memories and great benefits for all
.


Mission


To
conduct an athlete focussed Games with excellent competition in a fun and friendly
environment with long lasting benefits for the Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia and the
Commonwealth.


Towards 2018

Objectives



To
attract the best athletes to compete in a technically excellent, world class, fun
and friendly Commonwealth Games
.



To launch the Commonwealth Games into a new decade with an inspiring,
memorable and landmark event
.



To help our partners make the most of the opportunities presented by the
Commonwealth
Games.

Towards 2018

Objectives



To
engage and harness the enthusiasm of our
communities.



To
contribute to economic growth by working with our partners to promote
Queensland
tourism,
trade and
investment.



To
present the Games in a creative way that will encourage comprehensive and
positive exposure and support.


Towards 2018

Achievements 2012



Legislation


Minister


Chairman and Board


CEO
and Executive Management


Commonwealth Games Village
site


Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games Corporation (GOLDOC)



Government support


Offices


Board sub
-
committees

Towards 2018

2013


2014



Continue
planning phase


Finalise sports
program


Venues


Transport


Marketing


Marketing


Workforce planning


56 functional areas


Sponsorship/Sales launch


Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games


Games
-
wide organisational structure and high level
planning

Foundation

(to Dec 2012)


Strategic plans for all Functional Areas (FA)

Strategic Planning

(2013 to end 2014)


Validate earlier planning assumptions


Conduct model venue exercise

Operational Planning

(2015 to mid 2016)


Shift from planning to building mode and commence
implementation

Mobilise


(mid 2016 to mid 2017)


Final test of Main Operations Centre


Teams progressively move out to Games venues

Readiness

(mid 2017 to Games)


Venue hand back and legacy works


Reconciliation, audit and dissolution

Legacy

(post Games to 2019)

Scope and Scale

A simple overview of the size and scale of the Commonwealth Games based
on previous Games data:



6,500 athletes and team officials


17
Sports


fully inclusive programme


15 Para sport events


17 Competition
venues



30 Training venues



250 medals


Over 1,000 technical
officials

Scope and Scale


>
500 TV cameras


>1,000 hours of live broadcast coverage


>1.5 billion global TV audience


>100,000 media stories


>3,000 journalists/photographers


>50 sponsors and official providers


>4 million public transport trips (in addition to normal passenger numbers)


>86 million website page views

Scope and Scale


GOLDOC
currently employs 22 staff.


By 2018 GOLDOC will employ around 1000 staff


More than 30,000 contractors will work in venues and operations during ‘Games
time’


15,000 volunteers

Functional Areas


Accommodation


Accreditation


Arts Festivals


Brand Protection


Broadcasting


Catering


Ceremonies


City Operations


Cleaning & Waste
Mgmt


Command and Control


Community Relations


Competition Management


Doping Control


Education


Environment


Executive Office


Finance


Financial Management




Financial Planning


Games Family Services


Games Overlay


General Marketing


Government Relations


Image and Look


Knowledge Management


Legal

Functional Areas



Licensing and Merchandising


Logistics


Medical


Office Management


Press Operations


Procurement


Project Management


Public Relations


Queens Baton Relay


Rate Card


Recruitment


Risk Management


Security


Site Management


Special Events


Spectator Services


Sponsorship


Sport


Sport Entries


Sport Operations


Sport Publications


Sport Services


Technology


Technology Communication
Services


Ticketing


Transport


Uniforms


Value in Kind


Venue Communications


Venue Development


Venue Management


Venue Operations


Villages


Volunteers


Workforce


Impact


Estimated economic benefit $2billion



There
will be in excess of $500m spent on sport and transport infrastructure


GC2018 will
fast track many
initiatives



The
tourism, construction and events industries are diverse and labour intensive.
To meet the demand there will be employment and skill development, work
experience and learning
opportunities



Estimated
30,000 full time equivalent jobs



Benefits


International exposure


Community facilities


Economic injection


Business know
-
how


Moment in time

Sports Program

The
current sports program consists of the 17 sports nominated in the Candidature City File






CORE SPORTS (10)

Athletics

Aquatics (Swimming/Diving)

Badminton


Boxing

Hockey


Lawn
Bowls

Netball

Rugby

Sevens

Squash

Weightlifting

OPTIONAL SPORTS (7)

Basketball

Cycling

Gymnastics

Shooting


Table Tennis

Triathlon

Wrestling

PARA
-
SPORTS (4)

Athletics

Aquatics (Swimming)

Lawn Bowls

Powerlifting

Infrastructure Review

Competition
Venues


Development
Update

Competition
venues currently remain as those nominated in the Candidature City File


Sport

Competition Venue

Sport

Competition

Venue

Athletics

Carrara Stadium

Netball

Gold Coast Convention

and
Exhibition Centre

Aquatics

Gold Coast Aquatic

Centre

Rugby Sevens

Robina Stadium

Badminton

Carrara Sport and Leisure

Centre

Shooting

Belmont

Shooting Complex

Basketball

Cairns

Convention Centre (Preliminaries)

Townsville Entertainment and Convention Centre (Preliminaries)

Gold Coast

Sports Arena (Finals)

Squash

Runaway Bay Sports Centre

Boxing

Oxenford Studios

Table Tennis

Oxenford Studios

Cycling

Mer
v

Craig Sporting Complex (Road Race / Time Trial),

Queensland State Velodrome (Track),
Hinze

Dam (Mountain Bike)

Triathlon

Southport Broadwater Parklands
(South)

Gymnastics

Gold Coast Sports Arena

Weightlifting

Runaway Bay Sports

Centre

Hockey

Gold

Coast Hockey Centre

Wresting

Coomera Sport and Leisure Centre

Lawn Bowls

Broadbeach Bowls Club

Gold
Coast Aquatic Centre


State Government and Gold Coast City Council joint agreement to accelerate
aquatic centre redevelopment



Completed in time for Pan Pacific Swimming Championships
-

August 2014



Project management administered by Department of State Development,
Infrastructure and Planning



16 month construction timeframe. Commencing February 2013



Employment: 350 full time equivalent


Carrara
Master Plan

Gold Coast City Council in process of developing a master plan for the Carrara
Precinct, identified as a major elite and community sport and recreation hub.


Master plan will identify:


Carrara Sport and Leisure Centre


Gold Coast Sports Arena


Track and Field Warm up and facilities


Permanent community infrastructure


Parking


Amenities and ancillary infrastructure


Flood mitigation design and infrastructure


Final master
plan report due March 2013



Gold Coast 2018
Commonwealth Games


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