We understand that very often you only have one opportunity of ‘getting it right’ and that is why, irrespective of our level of involvement and whatever the event we always ensure that our involvement is effectively Project Managed.
With the benefit of many years of industry experience we know that there are no ‘short cuts’. Meticulous pre-event planning is essential to the success of our involvement and ultimately to the success of your event. Without exception irrespective of our level of involvement we will strictly employ the same key protocols for each job;
- A good understanding of the overall event objectives.
- A good understanding of the venue[s] to be used.
- The production of scaled venue plans and elevations if deemed to be necessary and not already on our CAD system.
- Written confirmation of our involvement and the associated costs involved.
- The production of a complete equipment inventory.
- Scaled layouts and elevations detailing our equipment installation.
- The above documents to be cross checked as prepared.
- All equipment to undergo pre-site checks to ensure that it is fit for purpose.
- Briefing between the Project Co-ordinator and the lead technician if the co-ordinator is not going to be on site.
- Logistical planning to ensure that both the equipment and the crew arrive on site as and when required.
- On site briefing of our on-site crew by the lead technician to ensure that the details of the project are communicated to all of our team.
- On-going health and safety checks are made throughout both the build and the strike.
- The production of a written job log capturing all stages of the job for evaluation and de-brief post event.
- All documents electronically stored for ease of retrieval and future reference.
All of our team have the same desire: to deliver their particular element of the process to the best of their ability and to pass on that benefit to the next element in the sequence. They all know from experience that by following the above ‘best practices’ that individually, the entire team and ultimately the event will be successful.