The world of event staging and construction has always been colourful and exciting, and after 25 years in the business, Staging Rentals & Construction (SRC) has today relaunched the company with a colourful and exciting look and feel, one that they believe, accurately reflects their ability to bring special events to life.
Managing Director, David Comer, said his team’s capacity to deliver on creative ideas for their clients is stronger than ever, and they’ve never been more excited about the future than they are now.
“Whether we are creating a 15 tonne replica of Nefertiti’s head at the Opera, a full scale bi-plane at the Asian Games, an iceberg that reveals a car at Bondi, or giant sized cupcakes at the Opera House, SRC has always been at the forefront – making that which seems impossible, possible.
“We’ve survived no less than three financial crises, including the bubble burst after the Sydney Olympics. We have successfully implemented an expansion across the eastern seaboard and have watched many tradeshows and events come and go.
“We are constantly experimenting with new materials and processes to get the results that our clients need; often pushing the boundaries of engineering and building techniques for temporary structures and designing solutions never before seen – it is what drives us.
“We’ve never had a better team, sharper focus or more determination to play at this game and the evolution of our brand reflects that,” said Mr Comer.
Their workshops in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane are like a wonderland for event producers, set designers and event professionals. Stacked floor-to-ceiling with the flagship staging product AllySTAGE, the largest range of drapes in Australia and hundreds of hireable items from plinths to reveals, SRC products and services contribute to hundreds of events a year.
“Our new brand represents a renewed energy and reinvestment in our company, our clients and our industry. It also reflects significant internal changes to systems and structures which we are very excited to be implementing,” concluded Mr Comer.