From its very beginning, Stageline has put much effort in being as eco-friendly as possible.

For us, tomorrow is today. Aware as we are of the troubling issues that our societies are confronted with, we can no longer wait to make the choices that have to be made or to set an example as a responsible firm. Here are a few steps we have taken to be more eco-friendly.

Energy efficient LEED Production Facility

Stageline has 3 production facilities. One of its Buildings is a state-of-the-art LEED® certified facility integrating the latest environmental technologies with an energy saving of 70 % compared to a conventional building.

In 2008, Stageline inaugurated the industrial building as the most energy efficient in Quebec and the second most energy efficient in Canada. To this day, it ranks among the highest LEED certified building in energy savings.

The facility integrates a number of components and systems that allow for a reduction in consumption to name a few: geothermia, solar thermal collectors, radiant floors. The structure is constructed with a high proportion of recycled steel.

Operation of the building does not require the use of combustibles. The building’s systems therefore do not emit greenhouse gases, which is extremely rare for an industrial building in North America. Another way of thinking the eco-friendly way.

Product and reduced carbon footprint

A Stageline mobile stage is a trailer with pre-assembled structures with minimal loading or unloading. It needs no external energy source for set up and tear down. Compared to constructed and conventional staging , they rank first in energy savings.

For all models from the SL Series only 1 single pick up or truck is necessary for transportation as the mobile stage offers sufficient interior capacity to carry all stage components. For the SAM450 and 575, depending on the configuration, one additional trailer used as cross-over is used to carry larger covered wings. Even with the large SAM750, all trailers are used both as a road trailer and staging cross-over and loading docks.

No cranes are required (except for SAM750) and only for a 4 hour call in and out. Green-house gaz emissions are thus reduced to a minimum during transportation, set up and tear down.

Site Protection

  • No site preparation like grading or hauling materials.
  • No soil disturbance by transport equipment, heavy ballasting and anchoring
  • No need to anchor and small ballast is used only for large covered wings on the SAM models and FOH.
  • No costly restoration of the site after the event.

Product and Sustainabilty

  • We have a track record of more than 35 years of designing robust stages built to last.
  • Exceptional lifecycle of 20 to 25 years and more.
  • Stageline stages are 75% recyclable.


Go to Commitment