The Black Sea Arena in Georgia has officially opened its doors. A broad array of Prolyte products was used to install this modern event facility.
The Roof System PROmontaje was looking for, needed to have a heavy loading capacity paired with a large sized stage and sufficient clearance.
PROMontaje was asked to supply all technical equipment for The Premios Pepsi Music (PPM) Awards. The real challenge was to span the complete stage width of 40m with one single span.
Eventim Apollo invested in an modular platform floor from Prolyte StageDex elements to transform the sloping auditorium into a split level flat floor.
The complete Muse stage had to be supported by a giant ground support system, since the roofing of the Hallenstation did not have sufficient loading capacity.
Prolyte was requested to quote for the complete technical installation for Doornroosje, including Prolyte truss, staging and ProLyft hoists.
Prolyte distributor Controllux involved ProLyft to design a customized hoist and control system for the unique, historical Concertgebouw in Amsterdam
The 2014 ESC was organised in Copenhagen, Denmark. The organisers choose an old shipyard at Refshaleøen be the hosting venue.
With the expert knowledge of Ivo Mulder, product manager Roof Systems, all calculations were made, in order to fit the total equipment weight of 48,7 tonne of equipment in the roof structure.
Prolyte Group had already supplied stages for both venues so StageDex was the logical choice for the main stage at the Dome.
Prolyte Group supplied a custom design roof structure, dubbed the XXL Roof, to Finnish production/rental company Arkus Factory.
The objective was to create a flexible space that looked stunning and could easily be converted into a conference hall, meeting room or event stage.
Prolyte Group were commissioned by long-standing customer Rigging Services to supply a dance platform elevated to 6m in height.
Knowing the set of Linkin Park would be one of the largest and heaviest to accommodate, this was a benchmark case for the Prolyte roof.
Therefore Prolyte was asked to develop a tower that could be mounted on the ship, with the tubes and cones at the right probing length.
Prolyte Group were subsequently commissioned and all parties involved tranformed, step-by-step, the initial – pretty straightforward- design into a definitive plan.
The brief was to provide a ground-breaking catwalk fashion show production, the most unique and awe-inspiring element of which would be an underwater, mirrored catwalk.
Prolyte Group's contribution was both considerable and, being located in the roofspace, crucial to the realisation of the scheme.