… Our 7th year at this iconic event!
Campbell Waller, head of Event Communications for The P.A. People said: “this was another successful year, delivering the audio/comms solution for this significant event. In summary, two x 40’ semi-trailer loads of equipment, a three-week set-up, sixteen staff involved - and only one day of rain!
The Albert Park Grand Prix Circuit is built every year partially utilising public road sections around Albert Park Lake (a small man-altered lake) south of Melbourne’s main business district. In preparation for the event, work starts two months prior to the race – erecting trackside fencing, pedestrian overpasses, grandstands and other motorsport infrastructure. All infrastructure is then removed within six weeks of the final race.
…The P.A People provide iconic surfing event support!
The Qantas Assure International Beach Festival was held last November at Cronulla (Southern Sydney) and featured four days of events that celebrated the Australian Beach lifestyle. Hosted by professional surfer Sally Fitzgibbons, the festival was centred around a WSL QS6000 professional women’s surfing event and featured the Shire Mile Run, Ironwoman Invitational, Ocean Swim, a festival village, live music, fitness workouts and an open-air cinema.
... The P.A. People use Orion Network solution
The P.A. People supplied a two-way radio system for the Wings for Life World Run Held in Melbourne on the 8th of May. The solution consisted of 2 base stations and approximately 140 Motorola DP4801 Digital handheld radios for course staff & vehicles, including zone managers, bike crews, catcher car, support vehicles, coaches and for staff at refreshment stations along the course. The system also included 4 Motorola DM4601 Digital Mobile radios and 2 Clear-Com V-stations directly connected to the Orion radio network which in turn was augmented with a mobile site to ensure effective coverage.
… The P.A. People runs event comms for this iconic event!
A field of 80,000 runners waiting to start the 2016 Sun-Herald City2Surf were queued in Park, College and Macquarie streets waiting for their start time. The P.A. People once again supplied and installed the start line PA system to allow the Fairfax special events team to coordinate the massive undertaking of getting the event underway safely and on time. The PA ran along College St down to Macquarie St between Oxford and Philip Streets. The components covered Park St and into William St.
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