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HOW ARE WE DIFFERENT?


We integrate as part of your team

We are not a production company or just an event management company, n o r a r e w e a t r a d i t i o n a l c o n s u l t a n c y c o m p a n y.

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WHAT IS KTS?

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The KTS model is one of client advoc acy, support and advice.

We will provide exper ienced specialist staff as seconded member s for your core team as required. We pr i d e o ur s e lve s o n e m p owe r in g o u r cl i en t s w i t h s p eci a l i s t k n ow l ed g e , a d v i ce an d know how. F r o m t he init ia l p l a n n i n g s t a g es r i g h t t h r o u g h t o d el i ver y a n d c ompl e t io n, o ur fo c us is t o e ns ur e b es t v a l u e a n d co s t cer t a i n t y. We ca n p r ov i d e a sc al a ble s o lut io n wit h e m b e d d ed s t a f f , t u r n key s o l u t i o n s o r a co m b i n a t i o n .

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WHY USE KTS?

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Often between 15-30% Saving*

We have a t r a c k r e c or d t ha t de monst r at es t h at we can save ou r clien ts sign ifican t amou n t s on the i r pr oj e c t e d budg e t s. T he se sav i ng's var y*, bu t h ave often b een b etween 1 5 % to 3 0 %.

We create better value for our c lient s w it hout j eo pa rdi zi n g th e final pr oduc t .
We do t his by under sta n di n g h ow t o lever age your appoint ed sup p l i er s a n d a dv i se wher e you c an buy bet t er value in th e m ar ket plac e . We wo r k tr a nspa r e nt ly w i t h you t hr oug h ou t th e p rocess an d we en cou r age you r fu ll involvemen t

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Purpose

VALUES

PASSION

GOAL

The core purpose of KTS is to make a measurable difference to the value, cost, deliver y and execution of our clients projects.

Our core values are integrity, innovation, collaboration and knowledge transfer. We create an environment that enables our clients to be empowered throughout the project phases.

To ensure that our clients are provided with the necessar y knowledge and exper tise to execute their goals in an informed and intelligent manner. To mentor and transfer knowledge to the next generation of local professionals to provide a lasting legacy.

To provide ser vices that combine to produce the best project and cost management in our industr y.

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RFP Development & Strategy

Budget & Cost Management

Technical Planning, Design & Management

Specialist Staffing (Regional & International Sourcing)

Overlay & Infrastructure Planning

Security & Protocol Planning

Procurement & Commercial

Project Delivery Management

Media Planning and Management

Project Management & Operations Logistics & Transport Value Engineering

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OUR EXPERIENCE

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Our highly experienced and dedicated local and international team, together with our strategic partners, combine passionate drive
and great attention to detail with precise technical ability and commercial acumen. We also have a fundamental understanding of local culture, protocol and procedures, and a very reliable proven support network , both regionally and internationally. With direct access to leading specialists within the large scale events and project management sectors, we can provide tailored and scalable solutions to suit any requirement.

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STATE VISIT OF QUEEN ELIZABETH 11 ABU DHABI 2010

Engaged as the Project Director for the State visit of Queen Elizabeth II to Abu Dhabi in 2010. Full project management including design, planning, logistics, supplier management, protocol, logistics, security planning, transpor tation planning, traffic and crowd planning for a series of 8 events in conjunction with UAE Federal Government. *Photography courtesy of HQ Creative LLC

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Ground Breaking Ceremony for The Louvre Abu Dhabi Technical Direction and production management for the Staging of event with French President Nicolas Sarkozy and Abu Dhabi's Crown Prince Sheikh Mohammed Bin Zayed Al-Nahayan at the ceremony mar king the star t of construction on the Louvre museum in Abu Dhabi. *Photography courtesy of HQ Creative LLC

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Qasr Al Hosn Festival Full management of live broadcast and media operations for the Qasr Al Hosn Festival. Including the management of the live broadcast of the Qasr Al Hosn Parade. Management of a daily live site broadcast, the creation of post produced documentar y of the Festival, management of the photographic requirements and the production of multi cam shoot of the Live Show, “The Stor y of the For t� produced by Franco Dragone. KT S G L O B AL CREDEN TIALS 10.13


Abu Dhabi Art 2011

Project and production management of the deliver y of Abu Dhabi Ar t 2011 for TDIC , Infrastructure, catering, technical ser vices, transpor t and traffic management, protocol, site branding and daily operation.

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Oman 2015 UCI world road championship Bid Submission Engaged by the Oman Government to assist them with their Pitch Submission for the UCI wor ld championships in 2015, the role for this submission was to create the over lay plan and submission budget. KT S G L O B AL CREDEN TIALS 10.13


Doha 2020 Bid Committee - Jawna Youth Activation

This Activation formed a crucial piece of the legacy bid that underpinned the Doha 2020 bid for the Olympic Games. Engaged as the production director to manage and deliver a series of events, directly targeting the youth of Qatar to engage in spor ting activities. KT S G L O B AL CREDEN TIALS 10.13


OMAN FASHION WEEK 2011

Production Director of the first Muscat Fashion Week for the Muscat Municipality, the regions first fashion week dedicated to showcasing regional designers and fashion. Management of the build and technical elements. KT S G L O B AL CREDEN TIALS 10.13


Dubai 41st National Day

Production director of the Dubai’s 41st national day celebrations, project managed a Temporar y 3000 seat arena, all technical and site infrastructure both to the staging of the event and live broadcast of the event. KT S G L O B AL CREDEN TIALS 10.13


Samsung Diamond League Doha 2012

Project and production management of the post show concer t for the Samsung Diamond League event. This included the design and installation of technical ser vices for both the concer t and the field of play, logistics management and execution. KT S G L O B AL CREDEN TIALS 10.13


HC T – Edu c ation wit h out Bor d e rs

Engaged as the production director for the opening ceremony for Education without border s 2011. This included full budget management, technical design and deliver y of this Live broadcast event, with 2000 attendee's including VVIP and VIP’s. *Photography courtesy of HQ Creative LLC

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London 2012 Olympic & Paralympic Games Overlay supply lead for venues
and infrastructure. This depar tment had responsibility for the deliver y
of all LOCOG temporar y overlay
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of designers, engineers, cost and project managers who had principle responsibility for overlay procurement and supply. In addition our experience and knowledge of commercial and technical overlay supply was utilized by all aspects of the depar tment for exper t advice. KT S G L O B AL CREDEN TIALS 10.13


ALTANTA OLYMPIC GAMES Provision of ser vices for South African Olympic Committee and Official Team Travel and Hospitality provider Spor ts world Group PLC. Creation of hospitality and media facilities for Command HQ including lecture theatre for athlete presentations, live links to South Africa, hospitality and Athlete communal facilities. Venue par tially existing facility supplemented by temporar y structure. KT S G L O B AL CREDEN TIALS 10.13


ROYAL ASCOT

Lighting, Power, Climate Control, TV cabling and hospitality TV systems for official hospitality villages, including multi – storey temporar y structures. KT S G L O B AL CREDEN TIALS 10.13


Qatar Olympic House

Overall Management of the deliver y of Qatar’s first Olympic House, for the London 2012 Games, including budgetar y control, supplier management, logistics, PR and media, catering, comms and protocol. KT S G L O B AL CREDEN TIALS 10.13


RUGBY WORLD CUP Provision of various ser vices to a variety of stakeholder s including Sponsor s Hospitality Villages, Media Manager s, Broadcaster s, Caterers and Organiser. Ser vices across multiple venues and countries included temporar y power systems, TV and broadcast suppor t, generator s and power distribution, climate control and lighting. KT S G L O B AL CREDEN TIALS 10.13


The Australian Lion King Launch

Full Event and technical management of the media launch, with the cast from London’s west end show flown in. The event was staged at The Sofitel Hotel Melbourne, in conjunction with bi-annual Accor General Manager s meeting for the southern hemisphere as Accor Hotel group and Qantas were the major sponsors of Lion King. KT S G L O B AL CREDEN TIALS 10.13


WIMBLEDON

Design and installation of Official Hospitality Village technical ser vices. Lighting, Power, Climate control and Hospitality TV system. Synchronised generators provided 24/7 backed up power for 2.5 weeks continuous r unning. Provision of TV’s to hospitality, media and broadcast facilities. KT S G L O B AL CREDEN TIALS 10.13


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Rider Levett Bucknall (RLB) can trace its roots back to the 18th centur y and in 2010 they celebrated 225 years in operation. Reflecting on their histor y and past success is impor tant but they also look to the future to deepen their offerings in cost consultancy, project management and advisor y ser vices, taking leadership in their field and share their exper tise across the world.

3,000 plus staff, in over 100 offices worldwide enables them to have a truly Global Reach .
 With offices spanning across the Americas, Asia, Europe, the Middle East, Africa and Oceania, RLB offers a local presence to its clients. They are committed to the quality of ser vices and pride themselves in dedication to customer care and leading edge ser vice provision.

RLB has had a local presence in the Middle East for over 30 years ser ving clients via offices in Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Doha, Muscat and Riyadh

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Partnering with KTS Global is a natural fit to offering a true client advocate and support proposition to customers in the region. Their core values and goals align with ours for a combined enthusiasm to make a measurable difference to value, cost and deliver y for clients whether special projects, major events or construction in nature. David Higgins, Partner, RLB

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Contract management Payment reconciliation Final account agreement

Risk review and management Value engineering Project management Due diligence and monitoring

Cost benchmarking Contract advice Procurement strategies Supply chain and commodity advice

S ERV I CES

Project feasibility studies Cost estimating Budget preparation Cost management

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REGIONAL EXPERIENCE OVERVIEW Zayed National Museum, Abu Dhabi

Kensington Krystal, Dubai

Lusail City, Doha

Burj Rafal, Riyadh

Elite Tower, Dubai

Nakheel Harbor and Tower, Dubai

Asian Games 2006, Doha

Masdar City, Abu Dhabi

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King Abdullah Sports City, Jeddah

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Master plan cost estimating and budget preparation advice was provided for this multi spor ts stadium development for client, Saudi Aramco. Main FIFA compliant stadium for up to 100,000 spectator s, a wor ld class athletics stadium, multi purpose arena, KASC spor ts complex, women’s spor ts complex, aquatics centre, velodrome, mosque and emblem tower. KT S G L O B AL CREDEN TIALS 10.13


ASIAN GAMES 2006 DOHA

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This was the fir st time the Asian Games were hosted in the region and showcases 39 events and hosting 9,500 athletes from across the region. Conceptual design estimates were provided for their temporar y over lay to all competition and non competition venues. KT S G L O B AL CREDEN TIALS 10.13


ZAYED MUSEUM

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The Zayed National Museum is a tribute to His Highness Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan to celebrate and honour his vision and legacy. Inspired by the feathers of a falcon, cutting-edge design, materials and constr uction methods have been employed. ​​ RLB is providing pre contract cost estimating, budget and procurement advice. KT S G L O B AL CREDEN TIALS 10.13


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INTERNATIONAL EXPERIENCE OVERVIEW Beijing 2008 Olympic & Paralympic Games

2014 Commonwealth Games, Glasgow

London 2012 Olympic & Paralympic Games

Athens 2004 Olympic & Paralympic Games

2007 Pan American Games, Rio

Sydney 2000, Olympic & Paralympic Games

The Royal Parks London 2012 Olympic Programme

Olympic and Commonwealth Games Bids

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Beijing 2008 Olympic & Paralympic Games

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RLB provided cost estimates and budget preparation advice to the Beijing Organising Committee for the Olympic and Paralympic Games in suppor t of their winning Olympic City bid. In addition, cost management suppor t to the National Indoor Arena and the Hong Kong equestrian venue. KT S G L O B AL CREDEN TIALS 10.13


Sydney 2000 Olympic & Paralympic Games

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A wide range of cost management ser vices were provided on the Sydney 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. From budget estimates at bid stage, suppor ting the bid committee, through to cost estimating and cost management of a range of venues and over lay for the organising committee through to games time. KT S G L O B AL CREDEN TIALS 10.13


INTERNATIONAL EXPERIENCE OVERVIEW Prestige Ticketing Pavilion, London 2012

Hong Kong Pavilion, Shanghai Expo 2010

Wembley National Stadium, London

National Indoor Stadium, Beijing

Windsor Park Stadium, Belfast

Eden Park Stadium, Auckland

Ian Thorpe Aquatics Centre, Sydney

Meadowlands Stadium, New Jersey

Coca Cola Pavilion, London 2012

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Wembley National Stadium, London

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Ian Thorpe Aquatics Centre, Sydney

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The Structure Group is a world leader in the supply of temporar y elevated decks and structures.


 The company has been forged around its leading product, the TSG Heavy Deck. This steel frame, panel system boasts a weight loading capacity of up to 20kN per sq.m and allows TSG to specialise in temporar y spor ting arenas, showrooms, grandstands and structures.

A key supplier to the London 2012 Olympic Games, they installed over 30,000 sqm of deck across 3 venues, including Greenwich Park Equestrian Arena, the largest venue outside the Olympic Park. TSG is focused on being the sustainable solution to the events and construction industries and is ISO 9001,14001,20121 compliant.


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The guys at KTS are unique in their approach. Having a sound appreciation of both supply side and client side allows them to solve problems early and cost effectively for clients. We work closely on various projects and they given us strategic advice on approach and financial cost management for Glasgow 2014 , which we have secured , and RIO 2016 for which we are quoting for ÂŁ30m of work ALLEN REVELL, CHAIRMAN THE STRUCTURE GROUP

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Project feasibility analysis Cost valuing Budget preparing Cost management

Risk review and management Value engineering Full project management Due diligence

Contract management ASTA scheduling Final account agreement

Cost benchmarking Procurement strategies Supply chain and commodity advice

FULL TURN KEY SOLUTIONS THE STRUCTURE GROUP

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TSG EXPERIENCE OVERVIEW

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Great City Games - Track and Field

Hampden Park 2014 - Stadium Conversion

London 2012 - Temporary Arenas & Grandstands THE STRUCTURE GROUP

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HAMPDEN PARK 2014

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Temporary constructed elevated decks that can convert the core use of major stadiums to facilitate alternative sporting events. Examples include motor sport, athletics, equestrian show jumping, football, tennis and more. THE STRUCTURE GROUP

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TGP Consulting is dedicated to providing straightforward management solutions for the leisure and hospitality industr y. Drawing on their extensive experience and skill base they are equipped to deliver a straightforward strategy with precise recommendations that will meet your business requirements.

From concept development to operational management, from brand management to project deliver y TGP aim to suppor t whatever your needs in the leisure & hospitality industr y. TGP strive to be the market leaders within the hospitality sector, and are renowned for developing & creating successful and innovative concepts to enable businesses and operators to fulfill their goals with creative and uncompromising management solutions.

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Quite simply Steve and Tim get it! TGP work with some of the highest profile brands in leisure, hospitality and retail, we pride ourselves ind delivering a consistently high level service to clients. Strategically and operationally the relationship adds strength, depth and added value to our overall proposition. They have been instrumental in developing a refreshingly transparent joint approach to new oppor tunities SIMON WRIGHT MANAGING PARTNER TGP

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C ASE STUDY 1: HARRODS

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Harrods’ bespoke events catering ser vice Harrods’ Bespoke Events catering brings together everything you would expect from Harrods - quality, service and creativity underpinned by a team of experienced professionals who have worked for some of the world’s most acclaimed restaurants, hotels and venues. Harrods excels at delivering a bespoke ser vice from personal shopping through to unique dining experiences. And Harrods’ Bespoke Events creates memorable occasions, while providing a personalised and elite ser vice that’s perfectly tailored to each clients requirements. Our exper t in-house chefs devise bespoke seasonal menus using the finest, freshest ingredients from Harrods’ Food Halls. Our team of fully trained ser vice employees are on hand to ensure ever ything runs smoothly, while the kudos of having the world-renowned depar tment store create your special occasion will undoubtedly impress attendees.

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CASE STUDY 2 : HED KANDI

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Hed Kandi Concept HedKandi International is a fabulous and exclusive escape from the city taking you to the sun, sunset to sunrise. HedKandi is first class travel to destination chic, ever y time, all the time A slice of a Sunny Ibiza Villa anywhere in the world, delivering flir ty sounds with a sense of humour to grown-ups. Ever y guest is greeted by the HedKandi family, after all this is a ver y glamorous par ty and will exceed local expectation. With Uber-elegant surroundings which exudes the sophistication and sex appeal that synonymous with the brand Established in 1999 by Mark Doyle, the brand includes, music, events, bars, digital, radio and lifestyle.

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CASE STUDY 3: ASIA DE CUBA

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Asia de Cuba Concept Opened in New York in Morgan’s Hotel in 1996

Fusion of Asian and Cuban food designed for sharing while waiters “spiel” your table to guide you through your experience, an innovative menu surrounded by a dramatic scene Owned by renowned International Restaurateur Jeffrey Chodorow A constant par ty day or night of high energy and Latin tunes Now operates successful locations in London, Los Angeles and Miami beach

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Brand Representation Concept Development Pre-opening Operational Project Management RETAIL BRIEFS

Post-opening/Existing Site Operational Management Asset Management and Operational Optimisation

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Uniquely Objective Communications Planning In a world of vested interests in media, production and shiny awards, bwm+naked strips away the bias until only the right answer remains for you and the consumer.

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World Class Strategic Input

World Class CREATIVE Input

Naked Communications

BWM

Launched in London in 2000.

Originally Australia’s largest independent communications agency. Launched in 1996. Ranked within TOP 10 independent creative agencies globally. 150 staff across all disciplines. Globally awarded for integrated implementation creatively and for effectiveness. Offices in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, UAE and Qatar (2013).

Over 20 global offices. 140 staff. A reaction to the state of the media agency landscape Clients seeing little value from media specialists Customer centric business strategy lacking. Credibility through neutrality No pre-determined biased solution

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Bwm+naked will orchestrate all your effor ts internally and with all your agency par tners. Bwm+naked will collaborate and create in a fresh new way that’s much bigger than adver tising.

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The Doha 2020 Bid Concept

Bwm+naked firstly ran a process with all decision makers to shape and sharpen the strategy: Inspiring an Arabian generation to be Olympic. Bwm+naked then created the brand, the ultimate symbol of nur turing, capturing the meaning of Doha ‘the tree’ in Arabic. They then used this and paper engineering to develop all bid book items for the IOC, VIP packages for Qatari Royal Family and launched the bid itself with an integrated multi- media and event driven campaign in Qatar and to the media of the world (print, events, digital, outdoor).

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CASE STUDY 1: DOHA 2020 OLYMPIC & PARALYMPIC GAMES BID

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The Jawna Concept

Bwm+naked ran a Vulture and Big Tool process to uncover the drivers for Qatari youth to live a more active life. Using previous experience with adidas in the 2012 Olympics Bwm+naked devised a fully automated rewards based system for taking par t in activities.

Based on the values of ‘street, style and spor t’ a new movement was launched - Jawna - meaning your place - a brand that put on a series of events that youth simply had to attend and invited all new members to choose what events came next. Ultimately all the businesses of Qatar would become par tners to supply rewards that members receive

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CASE STUDY 2: JAWNA QATAR GOVT

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The TDIC Concept Bwm+naked created a communications strategy based on the thought that ‘we enrich futures.’ Taking people on a journey to 2030 with the line ‘how Abu Dhabi turns out in 20yrs time depends on what we do now.’ A full revamp of corporate ID, collateral and integrated multi media campaign was developed and implemented to invite businesses, par tners, Emiratis and global corporates to share in the rewarding journey Abu Dhabi is under taking.

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CASE STUDY 3: Tourism Development &Investment Corporation, Abu Dhabi. Size :

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Designed by links legend Gary Player, the region’s first beachfront golf course has taken shape along the pristine white sands of Saadiyat Beach. Thoughtfully conceived, created and implemented within Saadiyat Island, it will soon be flanked by upscale residences, five-star hotels and international cultural offerings like no other. Saadiyat Beach, enriching the lives of residents and visitors to Abu Dhabi, today and tomorrow.

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At Bwm+naked we provide a unique fusion of radical creative thinking to help brands solve problems by communicating better. Our approach is non traditional and our friends at KTS understand that. They have the same approach and forward thinking as we do.That makes working together not only easier but also helps to get top results for clients ANTHONY DALTON MANAGING DIRECTOR BWM+NAKED

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Coming together is a beginning;

keeping together is progress; working together is success. Henry Ford

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The KTS model for the management of projects is one that aligns specialist staff that are exper ts within their respective fields with the client.
 This ensures that projects are managed well and that the costs are in line with the expected deliver y outcomes and requirements. With tangible reductions and increased value KTS ser vices are generally cost negative to any project budget.

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KTS BUSINESS MODEL KTS SPECIALIST STAFFING

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We recently used this model to manage the broadcast and Film production requirements for the Qasr Al Hosn Festival in Abu Dhabi and showed a greater than 60 % saving to the client from their initial quotes, whilst exceeding their deliver y expectations. This model was also applied post event to the Qatar House project which generated a saving of over 11%. This was recouped through the reconciliation phase of the project.

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C A S E S T U DY 1

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London 2012 Olympic & Paralympic Games

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Cost Management RLB were appointed to manage venues and infrastr ucture budgets and costs for all temporar y venues and over lay requirements from August 2007.

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This covered some

26 competition venues, athletes villages, international broadcast and press centres,training venues, transport hubs and numerous non-competition venues

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RLB committed senior cost management executives into LOCOG to provide the highest service levels possible and this resulted in the development of a strong team of event cost experts who worked closely with LOCOG management to control and reduce costs at all stages from earlyoverlay design through to removal of overlay post games.

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Feasability overlay estimates. At an early stage, with only limited venue block plans and venue accommodation requirements, RLB provided high level, but meaningful, feasibility estimates of venue temporary overlay.

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Using experienced and exper t staff who had the knowledge and experience to make cost allowances for items not detailed on drawings or venue scoping documents at this early stage of the process, thereby ensuring the early stage estimates were robust with minimal scope gaps and appropriate levels of contingency.

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Benchmarking With their extensive cost database of previous games RLB were able to benchmark the common elements of the overlay against similar projects. Again, this greatly assisted the focus of LOCOG and the design team on the more venue specific anomalies and risks.

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Overlay Cost Estimates As the scope and design information developed, RLB were able to produce progressively more detailed overlay cost estimates using their own cost planning and estimating software.This allowed them to analyse the costs
by venue, by functional area, by commodity and by quantities. The development of a cost plan at this more detailed level formed a baseline cost and scope that was then used as a basis for change management and risk management. Their understanding of venue functionality allowed them to intelligently discuss scope with the other key functional areas of Spor t,Technology, Broadcast, Press,Transport, Security,Ticketing, Catering, Cleaning and Waste in order to identify potential scope gaps within LOCOG’s other functional area budgets based around delivery priorities.

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Budget Setting Using their feasibility cost estimate and benchmark information they assisted LOCOG to set realistic budgets and targets that were signed off at Board level.

These budgets included site enabling works, temporary overlay commodities for seats, tents, cabins, toilets, power, lighting, safety systems, service connections, perimeter security fencing, CCTV , FF&E, Look and Wayfinding , Test Events, consultant fees, utility expenditure, workforce and appropriate levels of contingency

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Financial Reporting Once the baseline estimate was agreed and signed off, RLB liaised with LOCOG’s finance team to establish tailored cost reporting formats to suit LOCOG’s particular requirements and reporting protocols.

Cost reports were also able to be tailored to suit the requirements of different third par ty stakeholders and funders. A key part of our cost reporting was to produce monthly cost reports that included the current estimate compared against the budget, identify changes in the month, identify key risks and opportunities and report on expenditure to date.This discipline of cost reporting enabled corrective action and key decisions to be made based upon an up to date and accurate cost status.

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Change Management As soon as the baseline cost estimate was established, another key action was to create and implement an effective change management process. Again senior RLB executives liaised closely with LOCOG to set up the change management process to identify and value design development and scope change. This formed a critical part of controlling costs from an early stage by enabling LOCOG to make informed choices and reduced scope creep as the venue overlay design progressed.

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Value Engineering

RLB were involved at the heart of a number of key value engineering initiatives... Including venue rationalisation, model venue exercises, venue specific value engineering and operational planning. Some of these initiatives, especially venue rationalization, helped to save the Olympic Delivery Authority (ODA) significant costs , for example through moving sports into existing venues thereby saving the ODA the cost of a new or temporary venue.

Their event knowledge and supplier knowledge also introduced more cost effective solutions to some particular venue design challenges.

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For example, the use of a temporary

'Field of Play' solution at the Equestrian venue saved cost on more traditional cut and fill options and minimized the impact upon the environment.

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Risk Management RLB developed the financial risk management process using three point estimating and simulation techniques to calculate a realistic and specific project contingency requirement. This process identifies the financial risk in order of priority and magnitude and helps focus the project management teams on the key issues requiring resolution.

Supply Chain Assessment Through our involvement at many other major international spor ts events over the past two decades, we have gained considerable knowledge of the event supply chain.

Our industry and market knowledge assisted LOCOG to identify and assess competent and capable suppliers and contractors to tender for and deliver their temporary overlay requirements. KT S G L O B AL CREDEN TIALS 10.13


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Commodity Procurement RLB worked alongside LOCOG’s in-house procurement team to support them with overlay knowledge and tender documentation.

Producing the preliminary requirement for the Invitation to Tender. (This details all of the site requirements, management of the project, site obligations and restrictions).

Advice on contractual terms and conditions.

Checking scope of tenders against the venue requirement. Identifying scope gaps within tender documents. Preparing comparable Pre Tender Estimates.

Producing pricing templates and rate card schedules.

Analysis of tender returns.

This input proved vital in helping LOCOG procure robust contracts that could be effectively controlled during site installation. KT S G L O B AL CREDEN TIALS 10.13


Contract Management Once contracts were awarded RLB supplied Contract Managers seconded into LOCOG to administer the supplier contracts and control and monitor the suppliers and contractors during design development, off-site manufacture, installation, operational maintenance and removal.

A key par t of this is ensuring compliance with contract terms and scope and controlling variations.

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Financial Close Lastly, RLB and the Overlay Contract Management Team were responsible for agreeing final accounts with suppliers and contractors ensuring that only authorised costs were paid and that LOCOG achieved value for money.

Successful financial close of some 250+ venue overlay contracts totalling more than ÂŁ600m was effectively achieved prior to December 2012, only three and a half months after the closing of the games.

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Successful financial close of some 250+ venue overlay contracts

totalling more than ÂŁ600m was effectively achieved prior to December 2012, only three and a half months after the closing of the games.

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CO N TAC T US

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T I M J AC O B S Managing Pa rtn e r

Tim has over 20 years experience in the live events industry during that time he has been instrumental in delivering many high profile projects for a wide variety of clients. He excels in a high pressure environment and is used to delivering to tight timelines and fixed budgets. A great problem solver who is able to respond and react fast.

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S te v e K i l b y Managing Pa rtn e r

Steve's background is in Overlay with 28 years experience in events and major projects he has encountered, and dealt with, most things. His experience spans hands on operational roles, sales and business development through to senior executive management positions. Steve has a unique combination of technical experience and commercial expertise. He is forward thinking with a long term strategic outlook and is able to identify the best approach in complex environments.

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