Argosy Console, Inc. (ARGOSY) is excited to announce its acquisition of all assets of Sound Construction and Supply, Inc., a Nashville based manufacturer of furniture for recording studios. This acquisition will help to enhance and expand Argosy’s portfolio and further allow it to deliver on its mission to help studio owners transform their space.
“With this year being our 25th Anniversary, we’re thrilled to celebrate this milestone with this expansion. Sound Construction’s capacity to provide custom ‘one-of-a-kind’ solutions will ultimately strengthen our efforts to help clients transform their space and provide more tailor-made solutions to our world-wide client base,” said Tim Thompson, President and CEO of Argosy Console. “Todd Beeten has done a great job of ensuring quality day after day at Sound Construction and Supply. We’re excited to work with his team.”
In 1994, Todd Beeten founded Sound Construction and Supply, making furniture for his friends in the music industry around Nashville. Todd grew the company and the product line to include the patented Iso Box sound isolation rack and other desk and rack designs. Sound Construction and Supply is well known throughout the industry as “handmade in Nashville” by skilled craftsmen and for their “99% pre-assembled” shipping practices. The company’s products can be found at high end studios throughout the world.
“When I first toyed with the idea of selling SCS, I knew it couldn’t just go to someone that wanted a hobby, but could take it to the next level. I looked around the industry and there was only one phone call to make. ARGOSY’s commitment to ‘made in America”, along with their sterling industry reputation for customer service made this an easy choice. I am excited to see the potential for this new venture,” said Todd Beeten.
Beeten will work with Sound Construction and Supply to help in the transition of the business and provide on going sales support.
As a wholly-owned subsidiary, Sound Construction and Supply will continue its manufacturing operations in the Nashville area with its leadership reporting directly to the Argosy Console headquarters in Eldon, Missouri.