EllisDon Infrastructure Services and Technology (EDIST) announced its new ongoing collaboration with the Canadian Paralympic Committee (CPC) in support of the recent Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games.

The CPC team organized the participation of 128 Canadian athletes, against the backdrop of a very challenging 18 months of preparation. Building on our successful operation of the Athletes Village for the 2015 PanAm/ParaPanAm Games in Toronto, the EDIST team was in Tokyo working with the CPC, as they took on the challenge of operating the facility where our Canadian Paralympians are residing.

EllisDon’s involvement included concierge support, games scheduling, FF&E database management space planning, inventory management as well as village space pre/post occupancy inspection services. The vision of this collaboration is around a longer-term engagement, as the Winter Paralympic Games in Beijing (March 2022) are just around the corner, and future games are already in planning. 

In a press release, EllisDon said it was thrilled to hear back from the team on site that operations were running victoriously and look forward to seeing many of our Canadian athletes medal over the coming weeks.

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