Rigging

Rigging

We provide specialized rigging services for events across the globe.

Rigging

Professionalism & safety

You've got the big vision. We've got the technicians to put every moving piece into place.

Not sure if you need ½-ton or 1-ton hoists? Is 12”x 12” box truss sufficient or will you need to go to 20.5 “x 20.5”? Will the weight of the points be within your venue's specifications? Our stage rigging experts can make those calculations for you.

All of our riggers are highly trained with a proven track record in a wide spectrum of venues across the country and around the world. We initially specialized in touring rock concerts, with clients such as Earth, Wind & Fire; Pink Floyd; and The Grateful Dead. As other events began to require the specialized rigging techniques common to those needed in the music industry, we expanded to trade shows, corporate and special events, and expositions. Today we provide a full range of specialized rigging services on a global scale.

We're recognized by the Entertainment Technician Certification Program (ETCP) Employer Recognition Program, meaning our ETCP Certified Technicians have passed rigorous, competency-based examinations and are committed to safety. We've long had the mission to provide the highest quality rigging services possible, setting many of the best practices used today. The result of our commitment has significantly reduced the risk associated with rigging activities, setting a safer work standard across the entire industry.

Rigging Services

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