New team members (L-R): Rowan Coupe and Darren Green
UK - Triple E has announced the launch of a new division of the organisation, EEE Build, headquartered in Biggin Hill and appointed two new senior staff members.
The last few months have seen two significant appointments – namely Darren Green joining the growing team of project managers, and Rowan Coupe as installations manager as he heads up the newly created EEE Build division of Triple E.
Both Darren and Rowan join the company with solid industry experience, and both have a considerable knowledge of working alongside Triple E in their previous roles.
Darren has a background in theatre product design, engineering and project management working at notable companies including Theatre Projects, Harkness Screens, Hall Stage and Centre Stage Engineering. Darren has worked alongside the Triple E team on many projects in the past such as Fairfield Halls in Croydon.
Now fully integrated into the Triple E team, Darren’s focus is on managing large-scale, high-value projects across the entertainment sector. Darren is also working with Triple E’s senior management team on the implementation of ISO 14001, ISO 45001 and ISO 9001 and enhancing operational procedures throughout the company.
Commenting on Darren’s appointment, MD of Triple E, David Edelstein, “is delighted to welcome Darren to the company. He brings with him a wealth of experience and great knowledge in his field.”
Another recent development for the company has been the launch of EEE Build (pronounced E Build) with the appointment of Rowan Coupe to head up this important addition to the company structure.
“We have become increasingly aware that our customers are looking for a one-stop shop for many of the projects we work on. The demand is there for a complete consultancy, manufacture and installation package of our track systems so it made perfect sense to bring installations back in-house with the launch of our brand new ‘EEE Build’ division,” expands David.
EEE Build offers Triple E’s clients a direct installation service by a fully integrated Triple E team who have an in-depth understanding of the products they are supplying and installing. The new division will support their installation work by offering servicing, maintenance, LOLER, PUWER and PPE inspection on all manner of stage machinery and lifting equipment.
Newly appointed installations manager Rowan Coupe is an experienced Rigger who forged his early career at Earls Court in West London with Unusual Rigging, progressing to project management and most recently as Supervisor on some well-loved West End and touring shows. “I am very excited about joining the Triple E family and heading up EEE Build. It is a great new challenge to be working for another well-known industry name on the development of a brand-new division” he says.
“Rowan is highly qualified in all aspects of rigging, permanent installations and crew management,” adds David. “Our new installations manager had to be competent in installation, inspection and maintenance. We knew Rowan had the skills that we required for this important role - it’s the perfect fit for him.”
EEE Build is already fully operational, and the new company has been well received by key clients. Brought in by Babcock to provide an access solution for its advanced manufacturing area of the business, Triple E provided a full design, supply, training service and installation by EEE Build.
Samuel Barton, project manager at Babcock, said: “The project ran smoothly from conception through to design and installation. It was great to work with Triple E, especially the EEE Build installation team whose performance on-site was exemplary. I look forward to continuing working with Triple E, both to maintain and service our current platforms, and install new ones.”

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