Superstars arriving at the MTV Europe Music Awards in Rotterdam on Sunday were sheltered from the weather thanks to a temporary structure built over the red carpet by Northampton-based Neptunus.
The music industry’s biggest names entered the Ahoy Arena through a 1400 square-metre VIP walkway protecting stars from the elements as they posed for photographs before the star-studded event.
The Alure Globe hall, built by technicians from Northampton had a transparent roof and glass sides to ensure fans and the world’s media all got excellent views of the celebrities.
A ten-strong team from Neptunus took just three days to erect the facility which incorporated heating and air conditioning systems.
Neptunus managing director April Trasler said: “We were delighted to be asked to provide the Red Carpet facility for the MTV Europe Music Awards which is a massively high-profile international occasion.”