Set Support for TV and Film
Structures have worked with some of the biggest names in the TV and film industry. Through our enviable reputation for providing modern, innovative designs and builds for a wide range of TV and film sets, we have been able to work with institutions of British television, including Big Brother, EastEnders and Sherlock Holmes.
Our specialist set support team have been in business for over 25 years and have built up considerable industry experience. Using their knowledge and expertise, the Media Structures team are well equipped to work with major broadcasting companies. Having worked with Sky TV, Channel 4 and Channel 5 on various occasions, we were able to successfully meet all of their requirements, whilst providing support for some of their biggest projects.
Our TV and film set support services range from providing camera towers, studios, commentary boxes and discreet hides, to creating completely bespoke temporary media structures to create the ideal set. With our experience and creativity, we always aim to exceed expectations.
Unique Structures for the TV and Film Industry
We specialise in producing unique and bespoke structures for our clients in the TV and film industry. We always work closely with you right from the initial design stage, through to the takedown of a temporary structure, ensuring that we create the exactly the solution that you desire. Our CAD team can create drawings in 2D and 3D to help provide you with a visual example of your set long before the build stage. It’s this attention to detail that helps really bring a TV or film set to life.
As well as designing and creating set support solutions, our team will also provide additional advice, for example, how to safely carry out stunts on a stunt tower designed specifically for a particular film or TV set.
If you would like to find out more information on professional set support for TV and film, call Media Structures on 020 8683 3131, where one of our friendly, knowledgeable team members will be able to help you further.