In June 2021, Rugby Australia (RA) appointed Intelligent Risks (IR) as its security and risk advisers for the bid to be appointed by World Rugby to host the 2027 Rugby World Cup. On 24 November, World Rugby announced Australia as the preferred candidate to host this prestigious international event. Rugby Australia is now working with World Rugby to finalise the model for 2027 – to be voted on by the World Rugby Council in May 2022.
(IR) is advising Arts Queensland on security risks and the Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED) implications of the design for the public realm surrounds of the New Performing Arts Venue (NPAV). The NPAV is under construction within the Queensland Cultural Centre Precinct in Southbank, Brisbane.
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IR has been appointed as part of the Kōtui team delivering the NZD $474 million Canterbury Multi-Use Arena (CMUA) in Christchurch, New Zealand. The Kōtui team includes BESIX-Watpac, Mott MacDonald and Populous (Architects). IR will assess security risks and will lead development of security and emergency management planning for the arena and public domain surrounds.
IR has been engaged in Aviation Security building programs across the Asia-Pacific region for fifteen years, including most recently in Indonesia, the Philippines and Thailand.