Paris 2024 is pioneering the use of the new event delivery model for the 2024 Games.
From infrastructure to services, the model aims to leverage existing experience as much as possible in the delivery of the Games. This model has two objectives: excellence in delivery, capitalising on existing expertise while limiting the OCOG’s operational costs and creating sustainable opportunities for the sports and events sector.
The OCOG is overseeing delivery while engaging external providers for support, helping the Games benefit from a greater range of innovation and efficiency. An event platform was established where interested stakeholders could view opportunities and needs related to the Games organisation. This provides transparency for bidders and a way for Paris 2024 to assess the most optimal delivery option.
Three venues, Yves du Manoir in Colombes for field hockey, Golf National in Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines, and the Paris La Défense Arena for swimming races, were chosen to pilot the delivery model with external stakeholders and providers. Through these pilots, the OCOG decided on two approaches to delivery: a delivery model based on the involvement of several delivery entities overseen by Paris 2024, and a delivery model handled in-house by Paris 2024 for complex events where there is limited expertise available on the market.
Source: Paris 2024 Organising Committee for the Olympic and Paralympic Games