History and Company Overview
You can hire anything but the guests…..
“In 1957 a young mathematics teacher decided that he could make his fortune in the party hire business. He took leave of absence and started Pages Hire Service. After 8 months his gross takings amounted to 99 pound, 19 and 4 pence. So he went back to teaching mathematics.
However, he persevered and with the help of good friends and family, six of whom are still in the business, Pages has progressed to where it is today. With outlets at Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane and business stretching across Australia and overseas.
We hope that we can help you experience the satisfaction of a successful event.”
– Greg Page, 1993
Today, Pages have developed into a highly successful supplier of event infrastructure.
Pages have the widest range of temporary single and multi-storied structures in the country to suit any environment or application, whether it be a hospitality enclosure, product launch, private event or exhibition.
Pages has developed its own in-house design and manufacturing capability which gives it the flexibility to meet each clients individual requirements. This has led to significant contracts in the United Kingdom, Hong Kong, Thailand and New Zealand.
The presence of Pages Structures at all Australian Events of international significance over the last 20 years proves that Pages offer the perfect solution for any premium event. Some of these events include:
- Sydney 2000 Olympic Games
- Melbourne Commonwealth Games Athletes Village
- Melbourne Grand Prix (triple storey Pit Lane facility)
- Melbourne 2006 Showcase facilities
- Australian Open Tennis Overlay
- Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting
- FIFA World Congress
- World Cup Rowing
- Australian Open Tennis
- Asian Cup
- 2017 British and Irish Lions Tour in New Zealand
Design and Manufacture
Pages incorporates design and durability to produce structures that withstand the most demanding weather conditions. Pages comprehensive manufacturing facility enables the Design, Fabrication and Construction divisions to effectively work together to ensure a high standard of product and quality control.
Innovative design, flexibility, skilled manufacturing and solid construction allows Pages to meet the individual expectations of their clients. Pages were the first in Australia to design and manufacture a 2-storey Pavilion. In 2009 Pages took on the challenge to design, manufacture and install the first triple storey Pavilion.
Pages continue to enhance their product line through advancement in engineering techniques and fabrication. 2004 saw the introduction of the first Australian manufactured 30m, 35m, 40m, 45m & 50m Clear Span Pavilions.
The latest innovation currently underway is the development of curved roof lines, the latest in tent technology.