Rio 2016 congratulates Manaus for temporary service completed before the deadline

With the deadline for the day 25 July the capital is the first to deliver to Rio 2016 all the signs and the Olympic Complex signaling stickers.
15/07/2016 16h52 - Updated 15/07/2016 16h52
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In its final stage of implementation schedule of temporary services for the Olympics, the Secretariat of Culture of Amazonas again puts Manaus ahead of the other Olympic venues of football matches. With the deadline for the day 25 July related to visual communication, the capital of Amazonas is the first to deliver to Rio 2016 all the signs and the Olympic Complex signaling stickers, encompassing the Arena da Amazônia and the Amazon Convention Centers Vasco Vasques and Sambadrome.

Total, were produced over a thousand plaques and 100% orientation signage is already installed. According to the architect of the Department of the Olympics Organizing Committee Operations facilities, Daniela Ferraz, Manaus was congratulated by Rio 2016 for being the first office outside of Rio de Janeiro to deliver all signaling and orientation of the rooms before the deadline. "We are all happy with this one more important step", states.

According to the State Secretary of Culture, Robério Braga, the positive results are the fruit of the firm decision of the Governor Jose Melo to ensure the Olympic Games in Manaus, determining a priority action the fulfillment of the schedule of temporary services, established by the International Olympic Committee (WATCH).

Sambadrome – Expected to be delivered on 17 July, according to the IOC schedule, the Government of Amazonas, through the Secretary of State for Culture, also ends the delivery, in this Saturday (16), Convention Center Gilberto Mestrinho - Sambadrome, which will act as headquarters of the transportation and transmission of cars, logistics team, cleaning and security, hopper and broadcast complex.

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