Founded in 1985, Scéno Plus has made its mark internationally by its constant quest for innovative design and original construction solutions dedicated to cultural and recreational venues. Renowned for the quality, creativity and functionality of its designed facilities, the company offers a turnkey approach of integrated services under one roof. Architects, theatre designers, interior designers, technology and specialized equipment designers, multimedia immersion and interactivity designers, technicians and project managers—all share their expertise and passion on a team that looks on the most ambitious projects as a call to creative action.
Since its inception, Scéno Plus has completed entertainment projects of large scope, many incorporating one-of-a-kind technological features. From small creative studios to multidisciplinary spaces, circus theatres, concert halls, large-capacity theatres, cinemas, convention centres, event centers and multi-purpose halls, the company has consolidated its expertise and has been acknowledged for its innovation. Even within very restrictive budgets, Scéno Plus has always managed to foster a unique vision for each project and favor the emergence of new creative ideas to sustain this vision, having as an end result, the creation of highly efficient facilities, centered on the user's needs (audience, artists, technicians and managers).
Scéno Plus past realizations include among others, The Joint by Rogue at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, The Venue at Horseshoe Casino, the Caesars Colosseum, the Wynn Las Vegas Showroom, the Bellagio Theatre for the ‘’O’’ show and the Treasure Island Showroom for Cirque du Soleil show ‘’Mystère’’. Other Scéno Plus realizations include somewhat more modest —but highly regarded— contributions to theatres in the UK (Stephen Joseph Theatre in Scarborough, the Dream Factory for the Playbox Theatre in Warwick and Guilmore Hall in Glasgow) and the Herald Theatre at the Aotea Centre in Auckland, New Zealand. In Québec, Scéno Plus has designed and managed the construction of over thirty entertainment venues. In the Montreal area these include Théâtre d’Aujourd’hui, Théâtre du Rideau Vert, Usine C, Centre Pierre-Péladeau, Salle du Gesù, Salle Beverley-Webster in the Musée d’art contemporain and Le Théâtre de la Ville, to name just a few.
Scéno Plus also completed in early April 2012 a major project in Atlantic City called Revel Resorts. The firm was the lead designer of all the entertainment spaces of the project including a 5,000-seat transformable theatre, a 600-seat cabaret, a high-end show-bar called The Social and several key public spaces (www.scenoplus.com/revel).
Having been awarded numerous coveted awards such as the Best New Major Concert Venue by Pollstar Magazine for The Joint by Rogue, the Outstanding Private Building Award for The Colosseum, the Award of Technical Merit, The Las Vegas Showroom of the Year and the Eddy Entertainment Design Award for the Bellagio Theatre, Scéno Plus has set high standards for quality and performance and made itself a name for innovation by developing unique concepts for flexible performance halls and technically advanced components.
With a truly innovative vision and a passionate approach to every project and every challenge, Scéno Plus develops unique performance spaces that meet the highest expectations of the public, creative artists and managers. That passion for architecture and the world of entertainment has earned Scéno Plus many international awards. It all adds up to a vision expressed in three key words: Technology, Art, Passion.