I've spent the morning familiarising myself with my new surroundings inside the International Broadcast Centre, where we and all the Rights Holding Broadcasters are sited.
For the next month, the IBC will be the biggest broadcasting centre in the world.
Come with me as we take a whistlestop tour round the BBC offices....
Go through the main reception and turn left and you'll get to the Radio Five Live production area. It's fairly quiet at the moment but once the Games start the Five Live team will be churning out hours of radio commentary and analysis every day.
On the news side we've got our own offices, separate from the sport operation. My job for the day is to help build the radio studio, which is currently in a dozen flight cases scattered around the place. It should be up and running by the end of the day.
The TV team will output the BBC's Olympic coverage from a dedicated gallery, while a room full of VT editors will be cutting and packaging up the pictures.
There are endless racks of technical gubbins -- what they do is anyone's guess.
Just outside there's a live camera position overlooking the main Olympic stadium. From here we'll be able to report live into programmes or bring guests up for interviews.
Most impressive of all is the main TV technical area. This where the official pictures from every Olympic event arrive, before being piped around the building and uplinked via satellite to TV stations around the world.
If there's a power cut we're in BIG trouble.