A Stageline mobile stage is a trailer with pre-assembled structures that require no loading or unloading. It needs no external energy source for set up and takedown. Compared to conventionally built stages, they rank first in energy savings.
Only 1 single truck (except for SAM750) is necessary for transportation as the mobile stage offers sufficient interior capacity to carry all stage components. Green-house gas emissions are reduced to a minimum during this transportation phase.
No cranes or lifts are required to handle heavy structures (except for SAM750) and green house gas emissions are again reduced.
Stageline mobile stages are durable recyclable products that do not interfere with the environments in which they are used.
Stageline mobile stages are manufactured from its LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) certified facility built in 2008 considering:
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.
Stageline inaugurated the industrial building as the most energy efficient in Quebec and the second most energy efficient in Canada.
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.