Bob Steineck and Associates, Inc.

Company Profile


Bob Steineck and Associates, Inc. is registered with the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and became a corporation in October 1986.  Robert Steineck is the principal and president.  Prior to incorporating, the company did business as a sole proprietorship in Western Pennsylvania for five years.

The company provides both theatrical production services and lighting design services for architectural, display, television, and performance applications.  It also offers consulting and design services for grids, lighting systems, rigging,curtains and sound. Specific services which are available to our clients include: concept and planning, budget proposals, design layout, drawings, bills of materials, equipment specifications, and project coordination.

Clients with whom we have had consulting or lighting design and production agreements include: Franklin Regional School District, DRS Architects; Paul Risk Assoc.; Chatham College; PA Governor's School for the Arts; Allenberry Playhouse; Chautauqua Institute; International Management Group NYC; International Production Associates NYC; University of Pittsburgh; Washington & Jefferson College; D'Angelo Performing Arts Center; RoData; Kiski and Leechburg Area School Districts; Pittsburgh Dance Council; Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre; Pittsburgh Opera Center; Woodland Hills School District; Penn State University, Altoona Campus; the Martin Luther King Jr. Center, Erie, PA; Ryno Production, Inc.; the Bidwell/Manchester Concert Hall; and Allegheny County Bureau of Parks and Recreation.


SUMMARY AND PERSPECTIVE: Bob Steineck & Associates, Inc. specializes in production management, technical coordination and lighting design for the Performing Arts and television and provides full service consulting for theatre renovations, restorations and new performance facilities.  Production services include:

    1) lighting design for concerts, dance, exhibits, fashion shows, television, theatre, and video conferencing

    2) production and tour management

    3) technical coordination

Consulting services include designing and specifying architectural and performance lighting and dimming systems, pipe grids, rigging, tracks, curtains, and sound systems. These services are integrated with our broader services of concept and planning, budget proposals, facility function and planning, design layouts, drawings, equipment schedules, equipment specifications, and project coordination.  Prior to Incorporating, Bob Steineck completed a Master of Arts in Theatre Production and Design. He worked for two years at Candela where he designed and sold lighting, dimming and rigging systems to professional theatres, high schools, and television studios.  While at Candela, Bob was involved with the sale and coordination of the stage lighting and dimming system for the Benedum Center for the Performing Arts. Bob Steineck has designed, consulted, and worked with the owners and architects on such projects as the Willow Valley Cultural Center, Butler County Community College, Manchester Craftsman's Guild Concert Hall, West Virginia State College, Performing Arts Center of Penn State University, Altoona Campus, Woodland Hills, Kiski and Leechburg High School auditoriums, and First Presbyterian Church television lighting system.  

Breneborg Brown Group provides architectural expertise for the Company.  Brace Engineering provides structural engineering support.  Mr. Chris Evans coordinates sound engineering.  Bob Steineck and Associates staff includes Design Associate Stevie Agnew, Technical and Production Associates Rob Anderson and Matthew Hoffmann.

Bob Steineck and Associates has over 17 years of lighting design, production management and theatrical systems design experience and expertise that forms the basis, the technical information library, necessary for meeting unique design challenges in both performing arts facilities and performance related production.

For references, please contact any of the professional companies listed herein, or upon request, additional references will be furnished.

        Bob Steineck