£300m scheme will involve removal of all temporary venues and reconfiguration of 30 bridges

Capita Symonds has won a multi-million pound job to act as the designer on the two-year scheme to transform the London Olympic park after the Games this summer.

The consultant will work alongside BAM Nuttall, the contractor on the Olympic park legacy transformation project, to provide the overarching design for what will become the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park after the Games.

The £300m scheme, which will be project managed by Mace, will involve the removal of all the temporary venues, the reconfiguration of 30 bridges and 9km of road, the reconfiguration of the velopark and BMX circuit and the reinstatement of 12 football pitches on Hackney Marches.

Jonathan Goring, managing director of Capita Symonds, said: “The Games are one thing, but legacy is what it’s all about in terms of the site.

“We will be working alongside BAM Nuttall.

“We have worked with it for many years but this will be, without doubt, one of the most exciting projects we have ever done together.”

BAM will control and secure the park for the transformation, with contractors engaged in rebuilding venues reporting to it.

The north part of the park is due to open in the summer of 2013 and the south part in spring 2014.