David Comer, Managing Director of SRC, who has worked at the company for 17 years, said this important milestone is not only an opportune chance to take stock of the company’s past, but also to focus on ensuring the company’s viability and continuing success for the future.
“For more than 25 years we’ve been at the forefront of the many changes that have occurred in the events industry; to do this, we’ve had to continually evolve and adapt to the environment around us and stay ahead of our competitors in terms of services provided.
“I believe our willingness and ability to stretch our capabilities, when our clients have needed it, has been the true key to our success. We’re always up for a challenge and have the know-how and the fire-power to deliver,” said Mr Comer.
Meri Took, Founder of SRC, said he is proud of the company’s legacy, but more so of the company’s drive and ambition for the future.
“The team don’t spend much time focusing on what has been; they spend a lot of effort working out how they can do things better, what new products they can offer and how they can constantly make customers’ events more memorable,” said Mr Took.
“I think it is our constant focus on looking ahead together, with our dedicated team across the country, that makes all the difference,” concluded Mr Comer.
Hundreds of kilometres of drapes later, and with more than 10,000 events successfully rolled out, there is no sign SRC is slowing down.
Just recently, off the back of their successful build of Nefertiti’s head for Aida, SRC has been appointed as the set builders of the exciting 2016 season of Handa Opera on Sydney Harbour, which will see another major construction project completed.