Our stage engineering services cover the entire scope of your stage requirements. As well as providing our own equipment, Safe Stage specialise in the design, inspection and installation of bespoke solutions for your staging and suspension needs. Regardless of the scale of the venue, our team can undertake the supply and testing of your systems, fixtures and fittings.
We supply the full range of stage engineering equipment, and no job is too small or too big. From the initial consultation through to working on site, we provide you with the capability to install in any condition or space no matter how accessible. All our works are guaranteed and certificated upon completion to give you total peace of mind and reliance on our safety procedures.
Safe Stage Services offers complete stage engineering solutions, from drapery truss and track systems to full management and engineering services. Our team of knowledgeable and highly skilled managers and engineers bring together decades of experience with the industry to provide you with the best standards in engineering design, manufacturing and installation.
Acoustic Solutions are available to control the amount of reverberation within your venue. This is achieved using drapes, shells, banners and baffles to control and enhance the acoustics of your space. There is no venue too big or small for our team to fit out with the best solutions to enhance the acoustics of your venue, so performances have the maximum impact on your audience.
We work closely with the LOLER and LEEA guidelines and insurance stipulations to provide the safest service possible. Offering pre and post-installation inspections for any stage equipment, including load testing and ensuring overhead suspended equipment is mounted safely.
- Theatre and Stage Drapes
- Window Blinds and Curtain Systems
- Stage and Curtain Tracks
- Scenery Fitting
- Motorised Systems & Powered Flying
- Manual Systems
- Rigging Equipment
- Variable Acoustic Treatment
- Portable Staging
- Stage Lifts
- Fire and Smoke Curtain Systems