Pacific Coast Entertainment is proud to proclaim its move to a new headquarters in Huntington Beach and the expansion of its service offerings beyond production equipment.  PCE has announced the official launch of PCE Scenic Studios, a full-service scenic design and building facility located under the same roof.

Pacific Coast Entertainment is no stranger to set construction and design.  The company originally built and designed many stage sets before deciding to focus on production.  “Now with a larger facility, we’re able to start building sets again and incorporate where we started with where we are today,” said CEO, John Koukios.

PCE’s client base is made up of themed entertainment venues, corporate companies, theatrical touring companies, as well as local schools.  PCE Scenic will be filling the void in the local Orange County market that has been abandoned by set building companies closing or moving locations over the years.  “I’m excited about the new opportunity of expanding our service offerings to existing client base and reaching new clients throughout the local area,” said COO, Ryan Steidinger.

Pacific Coast Entertainment has been around since 2000 and seen steady growth.  In 2012 PCE was ranked as one of the fastest growing companies in Orange County by the Orange County Business Journal.  Koukios and

Steidinger have been working together since the very beginning and are both incredibly passionate about what they do and their company.  They are looking forward to continued growth in 2013.

PCE’s new headquarters at 7601 Woodwind Drive in Huntington Beach is nearly 30,000 square feet.  The new expansions will result in the hiring of warehouse and administrative staff.  The larger facility allows inventory additions of AV equipment, lighting, and staging.  The warehouse accommodates a state of the art scenic shop and designated space for show and tour prep.  In addition, PCE’s new space will allow for improved stock of rental and sales items to better serve its customers.


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