Blumano expands and restructures
Monday, 20 February 2017
blumano-expandsLluis Diaz-Guerra, Amedeo Guizzi and Cristiano Giavedoni
UK - UK-based international entertainment industry engineering design and safety specialists and consultants Blumano is expanding and restructuring its operation. The move brings the service of systems control in-house, with software and hardware expert Lluis Diaz-Guerra and his company Copinya into the Blumano organisation. It also coincides with a general Blumano rebranding and the launch of a streamlined new interactive website,
Blumano Ltd was founded in 2014 by production industry professionals Cristiano Giavedoni and Amedeo Guizzi to provide a range of specialist services, expertise and consultancy related to lifting, moving and load-bearing equipment for stages, set and scenic elements and other objects and areas of entertainment industry production. The diverse scope of their work reaches into all sectors, from concert touring to corporate and industrial events, encompassing theatre and television productions, festivals, large sporting fixtures and other special events.
The company has performed “phenomenally well” in its first two-and-a-half year period, working on a wide variety of projects across Europe, the US and Asia, with the turnover for ‘services’ alone exceeding all expectations. Blumano’s team explains that this prompted them to look to the future and see how to consolidate and move forward.
Blumano was already working with Lluis in a freelance capacity on some projects. They felt that his expertise in the field motion control systems and substantial knowledge related to the best, most appropriate and cost-efficient solutions was a perfect resource to boost the group and work in tandem with their own specialist fields of mechanical engineering and project management.
Projects have included working as consultants for Cirque du Soleil, the Baku convention centre in Azerbaijan, Beyoncé’s Formation world tour and Warner Bros Nightingale production.
(Jim Evans)

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