Michael Tait devises one of the first self-contained lighting systems dubbed the TAIT Tower.
While working for the band 'Yes', Michael forms TAIT Towers, a live design, set construction, and rock n' roll staging company.
Michael Jackson does his first moonwalk on TAIT Towers' uniquely designed and fabricated staging.
TAIT Towers continues to grow, adding President/CEO, James "Winky" Fairorth.
'Delstar Engineering' is formed in the United Kingdom as a staging and engineering company with strong manufacturing and design capabilities.
'Stage Technologies' provides entertainment automation for their first West End show, ‘Oliver’, at the London Palladium.
'Stage Technologies' is formed in the United Kingdom as a theatre rigging and automation solution company.
Adam Davis, CCO and Partner, joins the TAIT family.
'Stage Technologies' delivers the first 120,000 tonne ship with a power flying system on board for Carnival Cruise Destiny
For the first time in concert touring history, TAIT Towers tracks a massive video screen on Janet Jackson’s The Velvet Rope Tour.
'Stage Technologies' provides the main entertainment automation control system (and the first Nomad Consoles) for the Royal Opera House Covent Garden.
TAIT Towers continues to build sets and staging for the biggest tours of the decade, including U2, Bon Jovi, Madonna, and the Police.
'Stage Technologies' provides entertainment automation for "Ka" – the first mega show from Cirque du Soleil.
TAIT Towers announces a newly formed executive team with James "Winky" Fairorth and Adam Davis as equal partners with Michael Tait.
TAIT Towers invents its patented MagDeck system- a revolutionary time-saving means of assembling a stage for rock n' roll staging and all other staging.
TAIT Towers goes to space, partnering with NASA and U2 to design elements for a video shoot on the space shuttle Endeavour.
'Delstar Engineering' is acquired by 'Stage Technologies', becoming a greater resource of capabilities for theatre and automation solutions.
TAIT Towers acquires 'Fisher Technical Services (FTSI)' and begins working on a proprietary entertainment automation platform, TAIT Navigator, with the goal of creating an automation solution that is fully integrated for all aspects of live event performances.
TAIT Towers takes part in Metallica’s Freeze ‘em All: Live in Antarctica making it the first live event company to engineer productions in all 7 continents and outer space.
TAIT Towers acquires 'Stage Technologies' and 'Delstar Engineering'. The acquisition represents the strongest and largest merger of world market leaders in manufacturing, design, engineering and entertainment automation in live entertainment.
With the acquisition, 'Stage Technologies' and 'Delstar Engineering' begin trading as 'TAIT Stage Technologies' while TAIT Towers remains, 'TAIT Towers'.
TAIT Towers expands its Lititz, PA Headquarter's facility to 500,000 square feet.
TAIT Towers/TAIT Stage Technologies provides automation and winches for “The Han Show” becoming the largest show in the world, overtaking KA.
TAIT Towers/TAIT Stage Technologies engineer the world’s first modular theatre, Bridge Theatre, with clients Nick Hytner and Nick Starr of London Theatre Company and Architects Haworth Tompkins.
TAIT Towers/TAIT Stage Technologies is named ‘One of the Most Innovative Companies in Live Event’ by Fast Company Magazine.
With offices all over the globe including USA, Asia, and Europe, TAIT announces plans to build its second Headquarters located in Haverhill, UK.
For the second consecutive year, TAIT is named ‘One of the Most Innovative Companies in Live Event’ by Fast Company Magazine.