Sound Solutions Company plans $40 million manufacturing plant in Georgia

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Sound solutions and engineering company Troy Acoustics Corporation has announced plans to establish operations in Thomasville, Georgia. The company expects the $40 million development to create 88 jobs.

Troy Acoustics’ new factory at Red Hills Business Park is expected to begin operations in 2024. The location is Georgia Ready for Accelerated Development (GRAD) certified. Providing site-specific design installations and acoustic system solutions, Troy Acoustics serves industries such as military, education and broadcast. The company offers acoustic panels in wood wool without off-gassing of volatile organic compounds. Troy Acoustics also sources from local forests.

Georgia Department of Economic Development Commissioner Pat Wilson said the presence of Troy Acoustics would add to the diversity of businesses in the state. Wilson added that the project would strengthen Georgia’s sound spaces and film industry.

“We are thrilled to host one of the only such manufacturing facilities in the United States,” Wilson said.

According to Thomasville Payroll Development Authority President and CEO Shelley Zorn, the idea for the facility was formed at a 2020 trade convention when the group met with Troy’s founder and CEO. Acoustics, Bill Bergiadis. Zorn added that construction would begin early next year.

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