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Central Coast Stadium

… Full stadium audio upgrade

Central Coast Stadium is situated on the Central Coast Highway in Gosford adjacent to the Brian McGowan Bridge and has played host to many events including international Rugby, National A-League Football, National Rugby League, boxing, motor cross, rock concerts and various community events.

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William Inglis Complex

… The P.A. People Installed Systems team provide IPTV and audio reticulation

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Sydney's Warwick Farm is the new home of the William Inglis $140 million facility. The P.A. People Installed Systems team were tasked with providing Audio, Lighting and site wide IPTV systems for the site. 

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The Queensland State Velodrome is currently nearing completion and will host the Track Cycling competition for the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games. The P.A. People was asked by WATPAC Construction to supply the front of house, back of house and fire paging audio systems for the facility. As well as housing the cycling track the building also houses mixed use sports courts, a public gym, private gym, function room and various facilities for the contestants and event officials. There is also office space for the centre.

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Sydney Olympic Park Aquatic Centre

… new audio solution

The Olympic Park Aquatic Centre provides facilities for competition level athletes and meets the recreational needs of the wider community. The venue hosted various events for the Sydney 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games and continues to host large international events, national and community competitions. The P.A. People first assisted the centre with their AV system requirements for the 2000 Olympics and have completed a number of upgrades to the various systems in the building over the last 17 years including this latest upgrade.

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… The P.A. People installs the new Bradman Noble Stand.

Since the mid-nineteenth century, Sydneysiders have used the current site of the Sydney Cricket Ground for sporting contests ranging from rugby to cycling. In 1875, the ground was placed in control of the New South Wales Cricket Association and the dominance of this most genteel of sports was stamped on the site forever. By 1882, the SCG included two grandstands, including the namesake of the current 1980s era Brewongle Stand.

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