In March 2009, Stadium Savers introduced the patented Tall Riser System.

The system utilizes multiple brace points over the formwork height to counteract the tendency of very tall risers to bow outward under the weight of concrete.

In the summer of 2009 two prominent theatre projects benefited from the new system. The Marcus Midtown Crossing Theatre in Omaha, Nebraska utilized the Tall Riser System to hold the 24″ tall bottom rows of their stadium seating alignment. The Kerasotes Roosevelt Collection Theatre in Chicago, Illinois employed the Tall Riser System for 18″ and 21″ tall stadium tiers throughout the complex.

The successful deployment of the Tall Riser System demonstrates Stadium Savers ongoing investment in innovation and improvement.