De Boer returned to action at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park for the Sainsbury’s Anniversary Games commemorating the opening day of London 2012.
 
The event, from 26-28 July, brought Olympic and Paralympic medallists back to the capital. Stars of the show included Mo Farah who won the 3,000 metres and six-time Olympic champion Usain Bolt, who won the 100 metres.
 
De Boer was appointed by British Athletics to construct an open-sided 1,100sqm Alu Hall to house the event’s bag search and security area for over 180,000 people over the three days.
 
The assignment marked the continuation of De Boer’s relationship with British Athletics, following the company’s pivotal role at London 2012. Then, De Boer supplied structures including the dining hall in the athletes’ village, used by 15,000 competitors each day, and the Olympic Hospitality Centre for the International Olympic Committee and the London Games’ worldwide partners and sponsors.
 
De Boer was appointed to deliver almost 50,000sqm  of temporary structures to the 2012 Games.
 
“Bringing the stadium and all its surroundings back to life one year on was an amazing experience, and the work undertaken by all involved with the event build was superb,” Cherry Alexander, British Athletics major events director, said.

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De Boer returned to action at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park for the Sainsbury’s Anniversary Games commemorating the opening day of London 2012.
 
The event, from 26-28 July, brought Olympic and Paralympic medallists back to the capital. Stars of the show included Mo Farah who won the 3,000 metres and six-time Olympic champion Usain Bolt, who won the 100 metres.
 
De Boer was appointed by British Athletics to construct an open-sided 1,100sqm Alu Hall to house the event’s bag search and security area for over 180,000 people over the three days.
 
The assignment marked the continuation of De Boer’s relationship with British Athletics, following the company’s pivotal role at London 2012. Then, De Boer supplied structures including the dining hall in the athletes’ village, used by 15,000 competitors each day, and the Olympic Hospitality Centre for the International Olympic Committee and the London Games’ worldwide partners and sponsors.
 
De Boer was appointed to deliver almost 50,000sqm  of temporary structures to the 2012 Games.
 
“Bringing the stadium and all its surroundings back to life one year on was an amazing experience, and the work undertaken by all involved with the event build was superb,” Cherry Alexander, British Athletics major events director, said.

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A recent article by Luker Rowe director Peter Tilsed has prompted Access to ask: Who are the top ten artists that everyone should know?