Our historic factory and archive is on the National Register of Historic Places and is San Francisco Landmark No. 99. It is one of the few purpose-built, unaltered pipe organ factories in the world. Today it houses our pipe and voicing facilities as well as records and artifacts of our first century of organ building and one of the largest archives of pipe organ books, periodicals and historical records in the West.

Our corporate office and main plant is a modern, state-of-the-art 30,000 square foot building in historic Benicia, 35 miles north east of San Francisco. Known as a gateway to the Napa Valley wine country, Benicia was a 19th century California capital and provides a pleasant atmosphere for our staff and visitors. We are especially proud of our equipment and plant layout, which promote the most accurate and efficient methods for our craft. We have assembled an array of wood and metal working machinery representing the very best names in the industry—Oliver, Whitney, Northfield, Buss, Mattison, Moak, Tannewitz, Root, Besly, Monarch and Bridgeport—among others. Our 42-foot tall erecting room with bridge crane is large enough to accommodate any size project with ease.