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31 Jul 2020 Fiskville Motosport Precinct Design Consultancy

iEDM, with Ernst & Young, were engaged by Motorsport Australia (MSA) to develp a business case for a motorsport precinct in Fiskville, Victoria. The project is supported by Sports & Recreation Victoria and the local adjoining Shire Councils. The integrated motorsport precinct includes: • Touring car and motorcycle track; • Go Kart circuit; • Motorcross facility; • Driver training and development facilities; • Drag racing track; and • Major event facilities. The client brief was to develop a modern, multivariate motorsport precinct that would enhance the profle and development of the sport in Victoria and Australia. Through the integrated design of highly accessible facilities, iEDM developed a concept & functional brief for MSA that incorporated stakeholder expectations along with operational resilience. The business case looked to develop a former Country Fire Association site, with a variety of existing facilities and site constraints. iEDM’s scope of works included: • Conceptual design and masterplan of entire facility; • Stakeholder consultation; • Explore 4 design options to inform business case development; • Functional brief and production of Concept Design Report; and • Production of detailed order of costs report.  ...

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31 Jul 2020 Adelaide International Tennis

The Adelaide International was held in January 2020, a 7-day tournament which replaced the existing 3 day, World Tennis Challenge. iEDM were engaged by Tennis Australia to design and project manage the very first event under the new roof at War Memorial Drive, the first time this event was held in Adelaide. The event site is on a tight footprint located on the edge of the CBD, on a busy thoroughfare. The tournament, unlike previous in the past, utilised not one, but three neighbouring venues, all with staggered hand over dates due to current and coinciding events during both bump in and during the event. This required high level planning and strong stakeholder communication. iEDM were responsible for integrating the following services: Workshop and liaise with all internal departments of TA to develop an overlay Design and create an event plan Site and construction management Stakeholder management Infrastructure budget development and management Risk and Safety management Delivery planning and scheduling With the construction of the new roof over War Memorial Drive courts finishing just days before the commencement of our bump in, there were various challenges faced during this time. Designing a centre court and other precincts in never used before spaces without having...

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18 Jun 2018 Real Madrid World of Football

The Real Madrid World of Football is a state of the art, digital and physical interactive football exhibition which premiered at Melbourne Museum, in June 2018. The exhibition is due to travel the world, visiting 15 cities over 5 years. Real Madrid is one of the World’s most popular sporting teams and valuable sporting brands. The exhibition features memorabilia and exciting interactive experiences to engage visitors. iEDM was engaged by iEC Exhibitions! to design, procure and deliver a 1500 square metre temporary structure which resembled the Bernabau – the Real Madrid home stadium. After an exhaustive international tender for the procurement of the structure, it was determined that the best way forward was to deliver the first event locally, through Australian stock to establish the pros and cons of running a project in a temporary structure. iEDM was then commissioned to deliver the structure and event overlay for the first exhibition, which was to be held on the forecourt of Melbourne Museum, in front of the Royal Exhibition Building. The forecourt of the Melbourne Museum is a large suspended slab over the top of an underground car park. The size of the structure proposed was far greater than any previous structure built on the site. We were...

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20 Dec 2017 Newcastle 500 Supercars

The inaugural Newcastle 500 was held in November 2017 and was hailed a major success for the Sport and the City. iEDM were engaged by Supercars Australia to provide all site identification, feasibility, design, engineering and project management services for the project, which included substantial civil / enabling works as well as the overlay and event planning. The Newcastle Event site was located on the edge of the CBD, encompassed many businesses, around 3,000 residents, 3 public beaches, parklands and various other public areas. Logistically, these projects require a very high level of planning, stakeholder communication and design. Initially, the civil works were only to include minimal works required to make the streets safe for Supercars racing. However, it was soon realised that the project could achieve a tremendous legacy to the area of Newcastle East if we could conduct significant streetscape and services upgrades into the area at the same time. The services in Newcastle East were dilapidated and some water mains close to 100 years old. The project was able to deliver upgrades to water, stormwater, electrical infrastructure, as well as new footpaths, roads, smart infrastructure and landscaping. iEDM had only 12 months to design, plan and deliver around $25M of major CBD...

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14 Dec 2015 South Sydney Rabbitohs

Since 2013, iEDM has been delivering game day Event Project Management for the South Sydney District Rugby League Football Club Ltd as part of their regional NRL match played at Barlow Park, Cairns. Initially a joint venture between the QLD State Government and the South Sydney Rabbitohs to drive domestic tourism to Cairns, the relocation of the Rabbitohs home game to Cairns has become an annual event. The relocation to Cairns also helps drive the Rabbitohs Membership and is seen as a significant benefit to the football club. Barlow Park itself is an athletics complex owned by the Cairns Regional Council hired by the Rabbitohs as a clean venue.  iEDM convert Barlow Park into a 17,000 pax venue capable of hosting a broadcast National Rugby League game to either Channel 9 or Foxtel. The venue is overlayed with a 3,000 temporary seat grandstand and other temporary catering and patron amenities. In addition to this iEDM was also responsible for: Game Day Event Management; Ushering; Crowd Management; Traffic Management; Temporary reticulation of electrical and water requirements; Workplace Health and Safety; and, Emergency and Security Provisions.  ...

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02 Dec 2015 Townsville 400 V8 Supercars Event

In 2009, the Townsville 400 won the Event of the Year Award at the annual V8 Supercar Gala Awards Ceremony. With over 168,000 people attending the three day event in its first year, the precinct and venue has been an enormous success. iEDM was responsible for the Event Overlay Design and Delivery and worked tirelessly in close consultation with key stakeholders to ensure the success of the event. iEDM are currently contracted as Engineering Project Manager to deliver services for this event. iEDM’s core responsibilities for the Townsville 400 are as follows: Masterplanning of Event Overlay; Event Construction and Project Management; Seating Layouts, Corporate Layouts and Merchandising Layouts; Construction Programming; Stakeholder Consultation and Management; Approvals; Traffic Management on behalf of Townsville City Council; Venue Management of Precinct during Event; Risk Management; Provision of over 80 detailed drawings for construction and operations of the precinct; Provision of Safety Officers and Industrial Relations Management; Circuit Design and Certification to CAMS (FIA) Standards. ...

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02 Dec 2015 Sydney 500 V8 Supercar Event

iEDM was engaged by V8 Supercars and the Homebush Motor Racing Authority (a NSW Government Agency) to deliver the inaugural 2009 V8 Supercar Event at Sydney Olympic Park. With a tight design and construction timeframe and approximately $20 Million of capital infrastructure to deliver, this project was a logistical Mount Everest. The 2010 event won the Event of the Year Award at the 2010 Annual V8 Supercars Gala Awards Ceremony. Closing down one of Australia’s largest event centres, the site of the 2000 Sydney Olympics, required a great deal of consultation and liaison with all stakeholders within the busy precinct. Work for the initial event included: Masterplanning of Event Overlay; Event Construction and Project Management; Civil Works Design and Project Management; Capital Works Design and Project Management; Seating Layouts, Corporate Layouts and Merchandising Layouts; Design of complex footing arrangement for new double storey Pit Building Complex; Construction Programming; Stakeholder Consultation and Management; Venue Management of Precinct during Event; Risk Management; Provision of over 80 detailed drawings for construction and operations of the precinct; and, Provision of Safety Officers and Industrial Relations Management. iEDM, in consultation with V8 Supercars and five times V8 Championship winner, Mark Skaife, were tasked with the design and documentation of the circuit itself to FIA standards. These standards must meet the approval...

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02 Dec 2015 Reid Park Multi Event Precinct Manual

Reid Park is an event precinct in Townsville which was built in 2009 and jointly funded by all levels of Government. The precinct is located just outside the CBD and hosts the annual V8 Supercar race in July and various concerts and other local events. In order to assist the Townsville City Council with marketing the precinct to event promoters, iEDM prepared a manual for use of the site. The manual practically sets rules and the parameters of the site as well as highlights the multi-event use and features. The manual also gives two pre-approved concert layouts to the promoters including approximate crowd capacities....

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02 Dec 2015 Pukekohe Park Raceway Upgrades

iEDM was approached by V8SC to assist with the development of a strategy to take the temporary infrastructure from the Hamilton Street Circuit to create a cost effective upgrade to the Pukekohe Park Raceway. The upgrades were to provide: Safety imrovements; Racing improvements; Rejuvinate the pit and paddock area to make a more functional space; New race control, administration and officials building; and Viewing and accessibility improvements. With a limited budget and a tight timeframe, iEDM needed to take very tight control of the deliverables and the overall project. In order to gain the Government funding approval, iEDM guaranteed the price of the project and worked with all stakeholders to make the project a success. Working with our clients and our specialist sub-consultants, we were able to develop a design which created a fresh aesthetic and exciting racing on a circuit where heritage also needed to be retained. iEDM placed a team in Auckland for the duration of the detailed design and delivery stage. Our team procured all items and acted as construction managers. The most pleasing and successful element of the upgrades was the addition of two new corners on the back straight. High speeds along the existing back straight, combined with a fixed runoff meant that we needed...

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02 Dec 2015 Manuka Oval Semi-Permanent Seating

iEDM was engaged by the ACT Department of Sports and Recreation in two stages to: Provide a feasibility report and cost planning into the Government purchasing temporary seating for Manuka oval and then to be used at various State supported events; and, Project management services to procure and construct approximately 1,500 temporary seats at Manuka Oval. The Government’s objective was to firstly create more seating at Manuka Oval to support a recent commitment to host three or more Greater Western Sydney AFL Home Games. Secondly, by using temporary seating, the Government wished to make seating available in between AFL matches to various event promoters to reduce the costs of hosting events in the ACT....

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