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Company Overview Dirt Art November 2014 3

Table of Contents
1 Dirt Art........................................................................................................ 7
2 Services ..................................................................................................... 9
2.1 Consulting .......................................................................................................... 9
2.1.1 Concept Development ............................................................................. 9
2.1.2 Feasibility Studies ........................................................................................ 9
2.1.3 Trail master Planning .................................................................................. 9
2.1.4 Public Consultation .................................................................................. 10
2.1.5 Trail auditing and assessment ................................................................. 10
2.1.6 Volunteer and Staff Training Workshops ................................................ 10
2.2 Design .............................................................................................................. 11
2.2.1 Trail Design ................................................................................................. 11
2.2.2 Pump Track and Dirt Jump Facility Design ............................................ 11
2.2.3 Landscape Architecture ......................................................................... 11
2.3 Construction .................................................................................................... 11
2.3.1 Trail Construction ...................................................................................... 11
2.3.2 Dirt Jump and Pump Track Construction............................................... 12
2.3.3 Skills Park Construction ............................................................................. 12
2.3.4 Trail Feature Design and Construction ................................................... 12
2.4 Maintenance and upgrade .......................................................................... 13
2.4.1 Trail Maintenance..................................................................................... 13
2.4.2 Trail Maintenance Programs ................................................................... 13
2.5 Destination Marketing .................................................................................... 13
2.6 Event Management ....................................................................................... 13
3 Human Resources- Management Team ............................................. 15
3.1 Management Team ....................................................................................... 15
3.2 Team Leaders/Excavator Operators ............................................................ 18
4 Why Dirt Art? ........................................................................................... 20
4.1 Market leading human and equipment resourcing................................... 20
4.2 A diverse project history of world-class development ............................... 20
4.3 An unrivalled understanding of the international market place .............. 20
4.4 An unwavering dedication to developing inspiring trails .......................... 21
5 Equipment Resources ............................................................................ 23
5.1 Construction resources .................................................................................. 23
5.1.1 Overview ................................................................................................... 23
5.1.2 Vehicles ..................................................................................................... 23
5.1.3 Excavators ................................................................................................. 24
5.1.4 Motorised Equipment- large ................................................................... 24
5.1.5 Motorised equipment- small ................................................................... 25
5.1.6 Storage ...................................................................................................... 26
5.1.7 Fire suppression ......................................................................................... 26
5.1.8 Safety and first aid .................................................................................... 26
5.2 Resources- Design and consulting ................................................................ 27
5.2.1 Office Resources ...................................................................................... 27
5.2.2 Specialist Resources ................................................................................. 27

.2 Projects ................................................. 29 7 Project Highlights ........... 31 7.................................................................................................................................................1 Overview ...................................... 31 7................................................................................ 32 .......................Company Overview Dirt Art November 2014 4 6 Insurance ..................................................

Australia 7023 Phone.au . 18 Driftwood Drive Opossum Bay Tasmania.dirtart. Simon French ACN.au Web.com. info@dirtart.com.Company Overview Dirt Art November 2014 5 Dirt Art Pty Ltd. 16379107815 Address. 164835054 ABN. Director. www. 1300 TRAILS (1300 872457) Email.

Company Overview Dirt Art November 2014 6 1. Dirt Art .

built and managed over 1000km of trails across over 100 different projects to suit mountain bike. touring. coupled with an absolute commitment to delivery of a world- class suite of services has firmly established Dirt Art’s position as a true world-leader in the recreational trail industry. strategic planning. . design and construction. walking. Dirt Art has seven years of experience working for a range of private and government clients on a wide variety of projects across Australia and New Zealand. management. designed. To date Dirt Art has consulted on. and equestrian users.Company Overview Dirt Art November 2014 7 1 Dirt Art Dirt Art is an industry-leading Australasian company specialising in all facets of recreational trail and mountain bike facility consultancy. This experience.

Our commitment is not only to matching the standards of our competitors. Dirt Art will be a true champion and ambassador for our client and their project. . While Dirt Art focuses on mountain bike trails and facilities our team are also highly experienced and capable in the construction and management of walking and shared-use trails. Once engaged for any project.Company Overview Dirt Art November 2014 8 Dirt Art possesses the following points of difference. Dedication… The Dirt Art team is dedicated to delivering projects of the absolute highest possible standards. dedication and experience. Dirt Art are not content with doing the bare minimum. While others will just ‘get the job done’. providing ultimate user enjoyment and minimum ongoing maintenance. Enthusiasm… The Dirt Art team is driven by the desire to create truly world-class trail infrastructure that provides the highest standards in trail dynamics. We are excellent communicators and are committed to ensuring we are easily contactable and always friendly and approachable. our team will always go above and beyond. Dirt Art trails are designed and built by elite-level riders to suit all rider abilities. ensuring that all Dirt Art projects exceed rather than meet expectations. Client service… At Dirt Art we pride ourselves on delivering the highest standards of client service. but to establishing new benchmarks. Our team is comprised solely of riders who are dedicated and passionate about their work. achieved through genuine creativity. Creativity… The design and construction of truly iconic and exciting mountain bike trails and infrastructure relies on inspired and creative design. Dirt Art pushes the boundaries of traditional design methods whilst delivering projects with the highest standards in sustainability. Dirt Art provide a superior alternative. Dirt Art will always strive for the absolute best outcome for our clients. In an industry often characterised by difficulty in contacting and communicating with contractors. from young families through to world-class athletes. Dirt Art trails ‘flow’. flow and sustainability.

having developed a wide range of planning documents for numerous large-scale.Company Overview Dirt Art November 2014 9 2 Services 2.2 Feasibility  Studies   As mountain bike trail development becomes bigger business.1. Dirt Art look at the big picture. . Utilising an approach tailor made for each site and client. multi-million dollar trail developments. 2. Economic impact modeling . With increased investment.1. Expected visitation modeling . or a multi-million dollar trail destination development.1 Concept  Development   Defining an early-stage concept is crucial to the eventual success of any project.3 Trail  master  Planning   Dirt Art are one of the few companies in the world offering a comprehensive mountain bike-specific trail master planning service. Dirt Art are market-leaders in developing and establishing a range of trail and facility concepts.1 Consulting 2. chair lift and shuttle service operations) . Commercial viability analysis . ensuring that all trail concepts will go on to exceed the objectives and expectations of our clients. Development and maintenance cost estimates . Dirt Art trail master plans provide a structured pathway towards truly world-class trail destination development. there is a growing importance in ensuring that a concept is viable in both a functionality and financial sense. and the mountain bike tourism market continues its exponential growth. developed specifically for each site and client objectives. Market profiling 2. Dirt Art are true world leaders in trail master planning. whether it be a small local-level facility. Dirt Art’s highly functional planning documents have been utilised to secure over $5m in external funding for our clients in the last year alone. Monetisation/commercialisation potential .1. Operating cost estimates (general operation. Dirt Art offers a complete feasibility analysis service including. . public and private investment in the sector will continue to grow.

2.1. Dirt Art has worked extensively with conflicting community and land manager groups. which have been successfully implemented at a range of sites across Australia. Dirt Art’s audit documents are clear. while empowering and supporting volunteers to engage in trail care and construction.5 Trail  auditing  and  assessment   Dirt Art were one of the first companies to offer a mountain bike-specific trail auditing service.4 Public  Consultation   Dirt Art has market-leading experience in public consultation strategy and implementation. trail construction. and is an expert in conflict resolution and mediation in a public and private setting.6 Volunteer  and  Staff  Training  Workshops   Dirt Art understands the importance of volunteer involvement in many trail construction projects. 2. These processes focus on retaining control over safety and quality. and provide real- world budgets for works based upon genuine practical experience. through to detailed works specification auditing and action plans.1. having worked extensively with a range of clients around Australia for the past seven years. trail maintenance. Dirt Art offers a range of auditing services from high-level difficulty grading and works prioritisation audits. concise and functional. and specialist excavator operation. but also recognises the many issues often associated with volunteer constructed and/or managed trails. .1.Company Overview Dirt Art November 2014 10 2. suitable for land management agencies in a wide variety of settings in both a private and government setting. Dirt Art has developed a number of proprietary processes to assist in the ongoing management of volunteer trail care groups and individuals. Dirt Art has proven market-specific strategies to promote inclusion and to build community stewardship around a project. These training courses include. trail auditing. and continue to lead the industry with innovative and functional auditing processes. Dirt Art offer a range of staff training programs.

2. .2 Pump  Track  and  Dirt  Jump  Facility  Design   Dirt Art has an in-house team comprising of a CAD designer and landscape architect. Dirt Art offers a complete design service ranging from early-stage concept development through to 2D and 3D design models and ‘fly through’ videos.3 Construction 2.1 Trail  Design   A trail can only ever be as good as its design. while offering maximum sensitivity to the local environment. 2. both with significant experience in the design of functional. While focusing on the mountain bike market. or world-level competition. construction ready drawings. complex landscape designs Dirt Art have the resources to deliver a truly industry-leading service. offering a full service of machine and hand-built construction services. 2. While many companies see trail design as a simple and easily performed process. Dirt Art work extensively to attain the very best out of every landscape.2 Design 2. unique and exciting pump tracks and dirt jump facilities. Dirt Art also have extensive experience constructing walking and shared-use trail infrastructure. suitable for quotation and/or tender purposes. whether for beginner level recreation. developing a successful trail or mountain bike facility relies on inspired and creative design. Dirt Art are able to offer detailed.3 Landscape  Architecture   Dirt Art offers a full range of in-house landscape architecture services. From early-stage concept design through to detailed. and finishing with extensive time on the ground searching for optimal trail construction corridors. which takes full advantage of a sites attributes and environment. 2.2.3. lead by a qualified landscape architect with significant industry-specific industry- specific experience.Company Overview Dirt Art November 2014 11 2.1 Trail  Construction   Dirt Art are at the forefront of trail construction. The development of successful dirt jump and pump track facilities requires inspired and creative design. which must also understand the unique dynamics and riding flow of this type of facility. Dirt Art design trails that inspire.2. Dirt Art utilises a scientific approach beginning with detailed desktop analysis and concept development.

Dirt Art offers a range of pre-fabricated trail features available for installation in any setting. advanced-level singletrack. construct and install a wide range of timber and steel trail features including. working across all areas of the trail industry. which offer a diverse range of riding opportunities. including advanced stone masonary techniques. which requires extensive experience and a high-level of in-house riding skill. 2. Dirt Art have the experience and capability to design. Dirt Art also have significant experience across a range of hand-built trail projects. Dirt Art have extensive experience developing skills facilities for a range of purposes. construction and installation.2 Dirt  Jump  and  Pump  Track  Construction     Successful pump track and dirt jump construction is a true ‘art form’. wall rides and related trail features. large-scale trail construction projects around the world. flow trails through to tight and technical. and as such do not offer standard stock designs. Dirt Art believe in innovative and creative design and construction. Dirt Art has developed an array of different functional. 2. in any setting. bold and exciting. ranging from smooth. The Dirt Art construction team utilises an array of innovative construction processes. in an environment free from the typical trail-side dangers such as trees and rocks. drop-offs.3. in both timber and steel framed construction.3 Skills  Park  Construction   Mountain bike skills parks provide avenues for safe and structured skill progression. . Dirt Art are widely renowned for innovative trail construction. 2. offering an eclectic mix of riding line options. Dirt Art jump and pump track facilities are big.4 Trail  Feature  Design  and  Construction   Dirt Art offers a full range of trail feature design.Company Overview Dirt Art November 2014 12 Dirt Art offer a large team of trained machine operators capable of resourcing multiple concurrent.3.3. Dirt Art are market leader in the construction of innovative and unique facilities. and exciting trail features at a range of facilities around Australia. including school mountain bike facilities. allowing for the efficient delivery of world-class trail infrastructure.

and have the proven experience to implement a range of successful. and can provide a range of collaborative marketing and promotional opportunities with all key media outlets in both print and digital forms. Dirt Art offers a range of event services. 2.Company Overview Dirt Art November 2014 13 Dirt Art has an in-house catalogue of features pre-engineered for use. event management and event delivery. across the full spectrum of mountain bike event formats. 2. gravity enduro. including race village design. 2.4. including. Dirt Art has worked as and with private promoters. downhill.6 Event Management Dirt Art have extensive event management experience. and competitive mountain bike trail tourism market. it is becoming increasing important to engage effective.1 Trail  Maintenance   Dirt Art offers a full range of trail maintenance and upgrade services. and has also contracted to Mountain Bike Australia and Cycling Australia assisting with the organisation and delivery of national and world-level events. Dirt Art have worked extensively with media providers across Australasia. targeted marketing strategies to ensure your target audience is aware of and engaged with the experience you are promoting. cross country marathon and stage race formats.4 Maintenance and upgrade 2.2 Trail  Maintenance  Programs   Dirt Art offers structured maintenance services and programs ranging from a basic maintenance service through to structured complete facility management and maintenance programs. . cost-effective marketing strategies to suit a variety of clients and projects. general event consultancy. 2. cross country. Dirt Art understand the trail destination market. or can custom design and engineer certify custom trail features to suit a clients needs. including realignment and re-profiling.5 Destination Marketing In a fast-growing. race course design.4. These services are offered across both hand and machine built processes.

Company Overview Dirt Art November 2014 14 2.Management Team . Human Resources.

As a project manager. and continues to this day to support the exponential growth of the mountain bike trail industry in Australia. and events.building an invaluable level of experience in world-leading mountain bike practices. Heading up one of Australia’s earliest and now largest professional trail companies. With a hands on history of developing numerous large scale trail projects Simon has developed a unique and refined skill-set across all areas of trail consultancy.Company Overview Dirt Art November 2014 15 3 Human Resources. tourism. Simon understands what truly constitutes a world-class trail experience. construction and management.Simon French Qualifications Bachelor of Nursing Excavator License Bob Cat/Skid Steer License Chainsaw Operate and Service License Mountain Bike Australia National Level Commissaire Overview Simon is a stalwart of the Australian mountain bike industry.1 Management Team Director. Forming Dirt Art in 2008 allowed the pursuit of Simon’s true passion.Management Team 3. Simon regularly travels the world seeking out iconic riding experiences. With a true global perspective. design. retail. the development unique. exciting. and innovative mountain bike experience. Simon has played a leading role in the ongoing development of the industry in Australia. . As an extremely passionate rider. and backed by highly skilled Dirt Art teams Simon frequently delivers multiple. having worked across a range of areas including. concurrent trail projects spread across the world.

Luke manages Dirt Art’s general operations. Luke has a bachelor of environmental science. with an Honours in mountain bike management. who loves epic back country mountain bike journeys. Damian has an extensive history in concept and master planning across a range of mountain bike-specific and broad landscape planning areas. Damian is an avid trail rider.Company Overview Dirt Art November 2014 16 General Manager.Damian Stones Qualifications Bachelor of Landscape Architecture Wheels. Tracks and Rollers License Construction white card Overview Damian has been involved in the mountain bike industry in New Zealand since the early 90’s. and consulting. while also playing a role across project management. Luke has an all-mountain riding background. and has spearheaded a number of mountain bike developments across the South Island. An avid rider. finishing his government tenure as a state manager with Sport and Recreation Tasmania.Luke Chiu Qualifications Bachelor of Environmental Science (with Honours) Construction white card Overview Luke has a long history in government sport and recreation management roles. providing experience that is invaluable in the trail industry. Operations Manager (NZ)/Landscape Architect. As a qualified landscape architect. .

with extensive experience across a range of world-wide projects. playing a diverse roll across a number of areas including. accounting and consulting. with an interest in all disciplines of the sport. With a Masters of Business (MBA) degree from UTAS. Lauren has travelled the world riding a range of iconic trails. Office Manager. Lauren has the skills and experience to support Dirt Art’s fast paced and constantly evolving project workload. Having travelled the world extensively to ride. Hall has a broad perspective of what constitutes a world-class trail. .James Hall Qualifications Graphic Design Construction White Card Overview Hall is an accomplished designer of pump tracks and dirt jump park facilities. logistics. Hall is a keen rider. project management. A passionate rider herself.Company Overview Dirt Art November 2014 17 CAD Design Manager.Lauren French Qualifications Masters of Business Administration (UTAS) Bachelor of Nursing Overview Lauren is the driving force behind Dirt Art’s office management.

Company Overview Dirt Art November 2014 18 3. As a trail builder Rennie has extensive experience across a wide variety of large-scale projects including Atherton (North Queensland) and Hollybank (Tasmania) Mountain Bike Parks.2 Team Leaders/Excavator Operators Team Leader/Excavator Operator. needs little introduction. Rennie spent the majority of his formative years racing around the globe riding and racing some of the world’s best trails. including stone masonry.Jon Sidney Qualifications Excavator operation Chainsaw operation First aid Construction White Card Overview Sidney has lead some of Dirt Art’s largest and most highly-regarded projects. as an accomplished international downhill athlete with a World Cup Championship and numerous junior world titles to his name. with an interest in downhill and all-mountain riding. .Nathan Rennie Qualifications Excavator operation Chainsaw operation First aid Construction White Card Overview Rennie. at a wide range of project locations around Australia. Sidney is a highly skilled machine operator and has significant hand-building trail experience. Sidney is a passionate rider. Team Leader/Excavator Operator.

with extensive experience across a number of Dirt Art projects. An incredibly dedicated worker. Bronson is a keen rider. Team Leader/Excavator Operator. Turner has a background in marathon and 24hr cross country racing. Turner is a valuable member of the Dirt Art Team. with a true passion for trails.Clinton Turner Qualifications Excavator operation Chainsaw operation First aid Construction White Card Overview Turner is a longstanding member of the Dirt Art Team. and remains an avid mountain bike rider and racer. whose passion is in downhill and gravity cross country riding.Company Overview Dirt Art November 2014 19 Team Leader/Excavator Operator. from small-scale urban pump tracks through to large trail network developments.Justin Bronson Qualifications Excavator operation Chainsaw operation First aid Construction White Card Overview Bronson is a highly skilled machine operator. . having delivered projects right across Australia.

Champrey (Switzerland). Dirt Art have recruited the best in the industry. relevant understanding of what truly constitutes a ‘world-class’ trail. Dirt Art offers a diverse and highly-skilled team. Silverstar (British Columbia). all of which has been extensively tested and chosen as the very best for the specialised needs of the trail construction industry. The Dirt Art management team typically travel to at least two new international riding destinations every year. Vermont (USA). Mont Saint Anne (Canada). Coast Gravity Park (British Columbia). Kamloops (British Columbia). Moab (USA). Whistler (British Columbia). Oregan (USA). Les Gets (France). (France).Company Overview Dirt Art November 2014 20 4 Why Dirt Art? 4. This diverse experience has provided the Dirt Art team with the experience and expertise to deliver genuinely world- class trails at any project location. 4. . Sunpeaks (British Columbia).1 Market leading human and equipment resourcing The development of world-class trails requires a world-class team. 4. Aosta (Italy). Dirt Art management staff have ridden and or raced across Australia and New Zealand and have extensive experience riding the following major international destinations. and provide unrivalled levels of staff training and support. skilled and motivated in the industry. Vail (USA). or rely on our extensive network of quality hire providers around Australasia. ensuring our staff are the most experienced. Where we do not have the right tool for the job our team will either purchase it. and access to the very best equipment and machinery.2 A diverse project history of world-class development Dirt Art has delivered trail projects across more diverse landscapes than any other Australasian trail company. California (USA). concurrent trail projects around the world. Chatel. working in conditions ranging from West Australian ‘pea gravel’. Dirt Art have spent the past seven years amassing a significant pool of in- house equipment and machinery. ensuring that the company has an up-to-date.3 An unrivalled understanding of the international market place The Dirt Art team has over 20 years experience travelling the world riding and racing many of the world’s most iconic mountain bike trails and destinations. through to fragile Victorian Alpine soils. Dirt Art have the in-house equipment and machinery to deliver multiple. Squamish (British Columbia). Morzine (France). Dirt Art has extensive experience delivering a range of projects between South West Western Australia and Tropical North Queensland. Motolino Mountain (Italy). Val Di Sol (Italy). Steamboat Springs (USA). with experience across all areas of the trail industry.

hard-working. with proven experience in developing better quality trails.4 An unwavering dedication to developing inspiring trails Dirt Art is staffed entirely with passionate mountain bike riders. more efficiently than any other Australasian trail company. current and comprehensive understanding of the international trail destination marketplace provides Dirt Art with skills and experience required to develop genuinely competitive mountain bike trail destinations. dedicated and efficient.Company Overview Dirt Art November 2014 21 A first-hand. who are genuinely motivated to develop unique and engaging trail infrastructure. . Dirt Art’s operations team is highly-skilled. 4. Every member of the Dirt Art team is a valuable part of Dirt Art’s vision to create inspiring trail destinations around the world.

Company Overview Dirt Art November 2014 22 6. Equipment Resources .

Company Overview Dirt Art November 2014 23 5 Equipment Resources 5. and will make an additional $100k+ investment in additional construction equipment. During 2015 Dirt Art have clear purchasing plans in place to add a further 4-5 excavators to our fleet. with six excavators and a range of other large and small-scale construction equipment and machinery.1.1.1 Overview   Dirt Art has the largest pool of construction resources of any Australian trail company.2 Vehicles     Make Model Year Ford Ranger Wildtrak 2014 Mazda BT50 2012 Volkswagen Amarok 2013 Ford Ranger 2009 Toyota FJ Cruiser 2013 King trailers Twin axle machinery 2011 trailer King trailers Twin axle machinery 2013 trailer King trailers Twin axle machinery 2013 trailer King trailers Single axle trailer 2012 King trailers Single axle trailer 2013 King trailers 1200mm quad bike 2011 tipper trailer King trailers 1400mm quad bike 2013 tipper trailer     . from small-scale local facilities through to multi-million dollar trail centres.1 Construction resources 5. Dirt Art own three shipping containers. Dirt Art has the resources and logisitics experience required to deliver projects right across Australia. 5. which are located around Australia to service current trail projects.

4 Motorised  Equipment-­‐  large     Make Model Year Honda TRX ATV 2012 Honda TRX ATV 2010 Honda Power Carrier 2013 Honda Power Carrier 2011 KTM 350 Freeride 2013 lightweight trail bike KTM 350 EXC 2014 trail bike     .3 Excavators   Make Model Year Kubota U-17-3 2013 Kubota U-17-3 2012 Kubota U-17-3 2012 Kubota U-17-3 2011 Kubota U-17-3 2011 Kubota U-17-3 2010 5.1.Company Overview Dirt Art November 2014 24 5.1.

1.Company Overview Dirt Art November 2014 25 5.5 Motorised  equipment-­‐  small   Make Product Model Stihl Chainsaw Magnum Stihl Chainsaw Magnum Stihl Chainsaw Farm Boss Stihl Chainsaw Farm Boss Stihl Chainsaw Farm Boss Stihl Chainsaw Farm Boss Stihl Brushcutter Professional Stihl Brushcutter Professional Stihl Brushcutter Professional Stihl Brushcutter Professional Stihl Leaf Blower Professional Stihl Leaf Blower Professional Stihl Leaf Blower Professional Stihl Leaf Blower Professional Stihl Hedge Trimmer Professional Stihl Hedge Trimmer Professional Stihl Hedge Trimmer Professional Ryobi Generator (2kva) 2kva Ryobi Generator (2kva) 2kva Ryobi Generator (2kva) 2kva Ryobi Complete 18v tool set Various Ryobi Complete 18v tool set Various Ryobi Complete 18v tool set Various Makita Complete wired tool set Various Makita Complete wired tool set Various Makita Complete wired tool set Various Honda Water pump High volume Honda Water pump High volume 200L slip on water tank 200L slip on water tank NA and pump and pump 200L slip on water tank 200L slip on water tank NA and pump and pump   .

1.6 Storage     Type Location.Current Permanent Storage Facility Hobart Permanent Storage Facility Melbourne 20 ft shipping container Hobart 20 ft shipping container Melbourne 20 ft shipping container Sydney   5.1.1.8 Safety  and  first  aid   Make Product Model ACB Personal locator beacon Compact (X 4) (epirb) Spot Personal tracking NA (X 4) beacon TBC Satelite phone TBC (X 8) Snake proof chaps TBC Optomo Advance remote area NA (X 8) first aid kits Optomo Compact first aid kit NA (X 15) Optomo Snake bite kit NA (X 15) Uniden Handheld UHF radios 5 watt (X 15) .Company Overview Dirt Art November 2014 26 5.7 Fire  suppression     Make Product Model Honda/King Trailers Slip on 1000L tank and High pressure pump (trailer mounted) Fire weather reading kit Suunto Various (X 2) Tas Fire 9l fire extinguisher NA (X 6 Tas fire 4l fire extinguisher NA X 10 Stihl 20l backpack knapsack NA (X 8) pump   5.

1 Office  Resources   Type Make/Model Desktop computer Apple Imac Desktop computer Apple Imac Desktop computer Apple Imac Desktop computer Apple Imac Laptop computer Apple Macbook Pro Laptop computer Apple Macbook Pro Laptop computer Apple Macbook Pro Laptop computer Apple Macbook Pro Tablet computer Apple iPad Tablet computer Apple iPad Tablet computer Apple iPad Tablet computer Apple iPad A3 Multifunction printer Brother A4 Multifunction printer Brother Smart phone Apple iPhone 6 Smart phone Apple iPhone 6 Smart phone Apple iPhone 5S Smart phone Apple iPhone 5S 5.Design and consulting 5.2.2.2 Resources.2 Specialist  Resources   Type Make/Model GPS handheld Garmin Monterra GPS handheld Garmin Monterra GPS handheld Garmin 62S GPS handheld Garmin 62S GPS handheld Garmin 62S GPS handheld Garmin 62S Clinometer Suunto Clinometer Suunto Clinometer Suunto Clinometer Suunto .Company Overview Dirt Art November 2014 27 5.

Company Overview Dirt Art November 2014 28     8. Insurance .

without the significant loopholes and gaps in cover that appear in many other terms provided by alternative underwriters. the level of cover and peace of mind for both Dirt Art and their clients warrants this additional expense. Unlike domestic underwriters Sterling Insurance have offered policies that provide robust indemnity and liability protection for Dirt Art and their clients. Policy type Insurer Policy value Renewal date Professional Sterling Insurance $10m 28th February 2015 Indemnity Public Liability Sterling Insurance $20m 28th February 2015 Workers CGU As required by law 15st May 2015 Compensation Motor Vehicles NTI Equipment value/ Various $20m public liability Equipment NTI Equipment value/ Various $20m public liability Personal QBE Various 28th February 2015 accident/illness (Directors) Fire Suppression TBC $1m TBC Dirt Art commit to retaining these policies for a minimum of six years following the completion of any project.Company Overview Dirt Art November 2014 29 6 Insurance Dirt Art have spent considerable time searching the insurance marketplace for policies that appropriately and comprehensively cover the activities of the business. The professional indemnity and public liability policies held have been tailor-written for the niche business activities currently undertaken by Dirt Art. While the policies provided by Sterling Insurance are significantly more expensive than those offered in the domestic insurance market. . which includes the following policies. Dirt Art holds an industry-leading insurance portfolio beyond professional indemnity and public liability.

Company Overview Dirt Art November 2014 30 8. Project Highlights .

Company Overview Dirt Art November 2014 31 7 Project Highlights 7. a complete project history can be provided as a separate document. Over the page is a brief sample of relevant projects. ranging from small community-based pump tracks through to some of Australia’s largest mountain bike developments.1 Overview Dirt Art have been involved in a wide range of projects. .

2 Projects Project Hollybank MTB Park Client Northern Tasmania Development Location North East Tasmania Project Budget $800. featuring 20km of purpose-built trails amongst an extensive network of existing trails. management and maintenance.Pump track and dirt jump design and construction . The signature trail of the development. Hollybank was an extremely challenging build due to the intensely rock terrain.Facility auditing. The finished development also included a large pump track. skills area and dirt jump facility.hand built .Trail construction.Company Overview Dirt Art November 2014 32 7. but the finished result is a testament to Dirt Art’s ability to develop unique and technically demanding machine-built trails. Project Overview Hollybank MTB Park is one of Australia’s biggest and most highly regarded mountain bike developments. ‘The Juggernaut’ is often quoted as Australia’s best mountain bike trail. .Trail construction.excavator .Trail design .000 Services delivered . renowned for it’s rocky technicality and flowing berms and jumps.

NSW Location Moama.Trail design .000 Services delivered . NSW Project Budget $350.Pump track design and construction . Dirt Art produced a fast flowing trail network.Company Overview Dirt Art November 2014 33 Project Moama MTB Park Client Office and Environment and Heritage. .Trail construction. with a range of technical trail features.Skills park design and construction Project Overview The Moama MTB Park was a very unique project due to the extremely limited elevation available on the site (<10m).excavator . which also offered a range of natural and built-form (timber) trail features. which has proved extremely popular with local and visiting riders. The network capitalised on available slopes to create 7km of flow trails.

Trail construction.000 Services delivered .Trail design . The development also included a kid’s skills trail.excavator .Trail construction. Tasmania Project Budget $150. dispersed throughout the free-flowing. fast-paced trail network. which involved the transformation of ex-grazing paddocks into a multi-faceted mountain bike facility.Pump track and dirt jump design and construction Project Overview The Kingborough Mountain Bike Park is a unique urban development. pump track and dirt jump areas. .Company Overview Dirt Art November 2014 34 Project Kingborough MTB Park Client Kingborough Council Location Kingston.hand built . The 2km trail network features a number of natural and built-form technical trail features.

.000 Services delivered .Trail design .Trail feature design. construction and installation Project Overview The Mount Gunjin trail project was Australia’s first dedicated all mountain/gravity enduro trail network. and the birth of a new style of mountain bike riding for Western Australia. Western Australia Project Budget $150.Company Overview Dirt Art November 2014 35 Project Mount Gunjin Trail Design and Construction Client West Australian MTB Association (WAMBA) Location Kalamunda.Trail construction. The project included three descending trails. The 10km trail network has hosted a number of state and national-level gravity enduro events. A number of galvanised steel/hardwood trail features were installed throughout the trail network.excavator . with both flow and technical elements.

000 Services delivered . this project involved the design of a remote-area 40km wilderness trail network in the North East Tasmanian rain forest. including a helicopter site survey.Remote wilderness trail design .Company Overview Dirt Art November 2014 36 Project Blue Tier Wilderness Trail Design Client Northern Tasmania Development Location North East Tasmania Project Budget $40. .Development of trail master plan and construction plan Project Overview Arguably the most ambitions trail design process ever undertaken in Australia. The resulting design was a three-month process. A range of advanced design processes were involved. which resulted in one of the most unique and exciting trail designs in Australia.

which has been incorporated into a concept plan for over 100km of new trails for the area.Company Overview Dirt Art November 2014 37 Project Alpine Community Plantations Trail Master Plan Client Alpine Community Plantations Location Bright. when implemented. and epic all-mountain descents.Community consultation .000 Services delivered . the proposal offers a wide range of in- demand trail experiences. government and private-sector stakeholders. With a focus on back-country riding. .Development of trail concepts (120km) . The master plan process involved extensive public consultation.Trail auditing and assessment . Victoria Project Budget $20. with users.Development of comprehensive trail master plan Project Overview This exciting project has involved the assessment of over 50km of existing trail. The resulting plan. will undoubtedly establish Bright as one of the world’s leading mountain bike destinations.

000 Services delivered . Tasmania Project Budget $20.Development of detailed trail design (20km) .Trail auditing and assessment .Company Overview Dirt Art November 2014 38 Project Meehan Range Strategic Trail Plan Client Clarence City Council Location Clarence. including a gap analysis and proposed upgrade and trail rationalisation. a complete project history can be provided by request. including a framework for a unique volunteer management system. Please note: The above is a select sample of completed projects only. . The plan provides extensive management and development recommendations.Development of comprehensive trail master plan Project Overview This project involved the audit and assessment of over 30km of existing trails.Development of trail concepts (60km) . Utilising extensive site exploration and public consultation.Community consultation . the plan has proposed a further 60km of new trail concepts.