GES needs an engineered print of all truss and lighting rigging, including rigging point loads per our facility agreement. To receive discount pricing, GES must receive a suitable drawing by the discount deadline date. Failure to provide an engineered print with load prior to discount deadline date may delay your move-in date.
GES maintains jurisdiction over the installation, operation and dismantling of all electrical equipment, including: audio, projection and studio lighting, including television cameras, monitors and plasmas, lighting control systems and dimming system, ground support and flown trussing including rigging of electrical chain hoist and all items fastened to the truss. During show days all programming and standby will be done through GES Stagehands. Exceptions reviewed by management.
Exhibitors may be charged to transfer the individual rigging plan to the overall facility plan for approval (this is a facility requirement) at the hourly programmer rate.
Time must be allowed for workmen to gather necessary tools from the labor desk, have the work checked by the exhibitor and return tools to the labor desk.
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Short Turn: one (1) straight time, and one (1) overtime hour at prevailing rates for any worker requested to return, by exhibitor, without an 8 hour break.