"We have five campuses in Palm Beach County, three of which have theaters. Our Eissey Theater and Duncan Theater both have vertical rise stages that are over twenty years old. These are very complex units with many safety devices and synchronized moving parts; much too complicated for our maintenance staff to troubleshoot or maintain. We have relied on Randy from Works Global. His expertise is extraordinary. He has performed inspections, repairs, and maintained our two units successfully for many years. He is professional, extremely knowledgeable, and always dependable, often working around our busy theater schedules. He is a valued resource in our theaters and we highly recommend him."
— Tony Milici, Supervisor of Maintenance, Palm Beach Stage College
“Benedum Center is a very busy venue (one of the largest ticketed venues worldwide), and Works Global is our only choice for Orchestra Pit Lift service. Randy understands our equipment, from component servicing to re-programming, updates and modifications. Randy has proven to be the best.
“In my observation, Works Global gets an AAA+ rating on all levels of service. Simply put, Works Global is the only company we would utilize to care for our critical use equipment. I look forward to many more years of excellent service!”
— Berne Bloom, Director of Production, The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust
“Randy Worker at Works Global has worked at ASU Gammage for over 25 years. He’s low key, hardworking, and a great communicator. We wish all of our service providers had the same skill sets. He offers a service that is hard to find, and even more difficult to hold onto. We’re proud to be a client of Works Global.”
— Terri Cranmer, Director of Facilities Operations, ASU Gammage
“Works Global designed and installed a custom set up at our facility 20 years ago. Randy has maintained the system throughout its life, and together we started a training program to educate our staff on the rigging system.
“Randy was an absolute pleasure and a fantastic educator throughout the three day training course. He started with teaching the history of the system and then worked directly with our staff for hands on training of the controls, pumps, motors and every other detail. His concise explanations always left time for questions before proceeding to the next topic.”
— Jeff Rollins, Technical Director, ASU Gammage