Our Services include of planninga festival, ceremony, competition, party, concert, or convention. Event planning includes budgeting, establishing dates and alternate dates, selecting and reserving the event site, acquiring permits (alcohol permits, insurance licenses, etc), and coordinating transportation and parking. It also includes some or all of the following, depending on the event: developing a theme or motif for the event, arranging for speakers and alternate speakers, coordinating location support (such as electricity and other utilities), arranging decor, tables, chairs, tents, event support and security, catering, police, fire, portable toilets, parking, signage, emergency plans, health care professionals and aid stations, and cleanup.

Event Production

At this stage of the process, we�re combining all our experience and expertise as your production partner to create the show. We�re executing the detailed lighting, rigging, audio, video and staging plans. It�s almost time for your vision to become reality.


Lighting creates an ambiance that influences the mood of the entire show. We understand the power of lighting. We know how to use different instruments and special effects to illuminate your message and messengers. Big arena or intimate space, lighting is a key element of your event and we will help you shine.


You want your audience to hear � and feel � the beat of your message, whether it�s delivered in a speech by the CEO or played by the London Symphony. We understand volume and clarity, the need for delays and processing and all the other elements that enable your message to penetrate the din of every day life.


A picture is worth a thousand words. After you�ve spent thousands of dollars for the perfect video to tell your story, you don�t want to see fuzzy, distorted images on the giant screens; neither do we. We use the latest, high resolution video projectors, processing, playback and cameras to present critical images to your audience. And, for live events, we�ll make sure we�ve planned a redundant system to prevent your video from becoming radio.


Climbing on the catwalks high above the floor, securing all the lighting, audio and video equipment to the rigging is not a job for amateurs. With tons of equipment overhead, it is much better to be doubly sure than sorry. We check and recheck our rigging � and use backups � to ensure everyone�s safety.

Power Distribution

A power failure during your event is not an option. We know before we set up what our power needs will be. If the venue can�t support our requirements, we�ll bring generators.

Staging and Scenic

Sometimes, a bare stage is very effective. More often than not, your event will include set pieces � soft and hard pieces, fabric, custom carpentry, even digital scenery to reinforce your message. Remember, we use state-of-the art imaging software to help you see the impact of the set design� before you order a half mile of mauve lam� fabric.


If you want to do your event in a cow pasture, we�ll get you a stage and a roof. If the pasture�s two miles from the nearest electrical outlet, we�ll get you a generator. We can even find you a few cows. There�re no obstacles too big for us.

What We Do

An event architect is an event manager that becomes involved at the early initiation stages of the event. Especially for larger public events, at the initiation stage, the event architect needs to make crucial choices and decisions related to the creative concept and design of the event. In depth technical design knowledge and full understanding of how to communicate a company's message across a public are needed in order to make the event effective.

If you have a budget responsibilities at this early stage they may be termed an event or production Managers services are :

  • Site surveying
  • Client service
  • Brief clarification
  • Budget drafting
  • Cash flow management
  • Supply chain identification
  • Procurement
  • Scheduling
  • Site design
  • Technical design
  • Health & safety
  • First aid services
  • Environmental and ecological management
  • Risk management

And he becomes involved closer to the event will often have a more limited brief. The key disciplines closer to the event are:

  • Health & safety including crowd management
  • Logistics and vehicle selection
  • Rigging
  • Sound
  • Light
  • Video
  • Detailed scheduling and agenda planning
  • Security