London 2012 Olympic Park map
ICE London worked with Ordnance Survey and the Olympic Delivery Authority to create a map of the Olympic Park. The map plots the main venues, utilities, road and rail links but also explains how engineers overcame the challenges of managing waste, transport, energy and water resources on the site.
Explore the London 2012 Olympic Park and learn about the different aspects of civil engineering by clicking on the map below and visiting the topics in the left-hand menu.
Simon Wright, Director of Infrastructure, Utilities & Public Realm at the Olympic Delivery Authority:
“To produce such a detailed and visual map of the Olympic Park – Europe’s largest construction site - is a significant achievement in itself. It is also a testament to the engineering feats of those who have breathed life into the spectacular venues and infrastructure on the 500-acre site. But perhaps more importantly, it is set to become a vital tool which can be used to educate and inform the next generation of civil engineers by inspiring them to study courses in Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths.”
*Images provided courtesy of the Olympic Delivery Authority