The annual Australian Motorcycle Grand Prix is held on Phillip Island in the month of October over three days with motor racing events running between 8.00am and 5.30pm each day. The Event comprises of separate Grand Prix for MotoGP, Moto2 and Moto3 motorcycle classes.
The scaffolding and temporary infrastructure scope of works includes the supply on hire, delivery to site, erection, maintenance and subsequent removal of grandstands totalling 7,608 seats.
Works included the covered Gardner Straight Grandstand Sections A, B and C with 1284 seats and an additional 396 in 2018 for Section D, Bass Straight Grandstand with 1284 seats, Siberia Grand Stand with 1556 seats, Lukey Heights Grandstand with 1456 seats, Stoner Pavilion with 690 seats, Doohan Pavilion with 702 seats, Motorcycle Club North and South with 298 seats and the Gardner Viewing platform with 23 seats. Other works included shelters for grandstands Gardener Straight Grandstand Section D and Doohan Pavilion, platforms and ramps for disabled access, a 2.4m high television platform and bike display scaffolding and access ramps. Seating was a combination of Premium in the Gardener Straight Grandstand and Doohan Pavilion, and Pakar seating systems everywhere else.
Temporary infrastructure was erected over period of five weeks before the event opened and dismantled in two weeks at the conclusion using a team of 12 personnel. Plant and equipment utilised includes telehandlers and scissor lifts.