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Completed Projects

• Northside Drive Baptist Church in Atlanta, Georgia: Rebuild of 4/58 Schantz pipe organ with new solid state relay.

• Friendship Baptist Church in Atlanta, Georgia: Rebuild Casavant pipe organ and 3-manual console with additions to expand to 38 ranks.

• Morehouse College Martin Luther King, Jr. Chapel in Atlanta, Georgia: Major repairs to their 4-manual, 92-rank Wicks pipe organ, subsequent to lightning and water damage sustained during recent storms.

• Holy Innocents' Episcopal Church in Atlanta, Georgia: Repairs to their 3-manual, 36-rank Schoenstein pipe organ, subsequent to smoke damage sustained during a fire in the sanctuary.

• Advent Lutheran Church in Melbourne, Florida: New 3-manual, 36-rank instrument.

• Covenant Presbyterian Church in Charlotte, North Carolina: New 2-manual, 32-rank instrument.

• Ebenezer Lutheran Church in Columbia, South Carolina: New 3-manual drawknob organ console with new solid state relay.

• First Baptist Church in St. Pauls, North Carolina: New 2-manual tilt-tablet organ console with new solid state relay.

• First Baptist Church in Moultrie, Georgia: Rebuild 3-manual console, rewire organ to solid state relay, and repair 26-rank pipe organ.

• Seneca Presbyterian Church in Seneca, South Carolina: Rebuild Moller pipe organ and 2-manual console with additions to expand to 10 ranks.

• Rylander Theatre in Americus, Georgia: Upgrade of 3-manual console control system and relay on 1928 Moller theatre pipe organ.

• The Temple of the Benevolent Congregation in Atlanta, Georgia: Historic rebuild of 4-manual, 56-rank Aeolian-Skinner pipe organ, bearing the signature of G. Donald Harrison.

• Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd in Burke, Virginia: New 3-manual, 25-rank instrument using both new and existing resources.

• First United Methodist Church in Newnan, Georgia: New 3-manual drawknob console and solid-state relay.

• Carteret Street United Methodist Church in Beaufort, South Carolina: Rebuild 13-rank Moller pipe organ and 2-manual console.

• Luther Place Memorial Church in Washington, DC: Repair of damage to pipes due to vandalism.

• Episcopal Church of the Nativity in Dothan, Alabama: Addition of Trompette en Chamade and MIDI to organ.

• First ARP Church in Gastonia, North Carolina: New windchests to replace water-damaged chests.

• Royster Memorial Presbyterian Church in Norfolk, Virginia: Repairs and smoke remediation to their 3-manual, 45-rank M.P. Moller pipe organ, subsequent to damage sustained during fire in the building.

• 16th Street Baptist Church in Birmingham, Alabama: Cleaning of historic 1912 2-manual, 12-rank Pilcher pipe organ.

• St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Savannah, Georgia: Repair water damage in Swell division, with new windchests to replace damaged windchests.

• Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Savannah, Georgia: New 2-manual terraced oak console, new solid-state relay, and organ rebuild with additions.

• St. Mary's Catholic Church in Evansville, Indiana: New 2-manual, 38-rank instrument.

• United Methodist Church in Elberton, Georgia: New 2-manual, 25-rank instrument.

• Cuthbert United Methodist Church in Cuthbert, Georgia: Rebuild 2-manual console and install new solid-state relay.

• New York Avenue Presbyterian Church in Washington, DC: New 3-manual, 62-rank instrument.

• The Grand Theatre in Fitzgerald, Georgia/a>: 1926 Barton Theatre Organ moved from Illinois, rebuilt, expanded and installed at the Grand Theatre. Completed instrument has 3 manuals, 199 stop tabs and 18 pipe ranks.

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Hendricks Avenue Baptist Church in Jacksonville, Florida: New 3-manual, 60-rank instrument.

• Peachtree Christian Church in Atlanta, Georgia: New 3-manual console built in previous console case (with modifications) to operate both Pilcher pipe organ, and Ruffatti pipe organ, plus rewiring both pipe organs after lightning damage, and repairs to crumbling plaster chamber walls.

• Trinity United Methodist Church in Savannah, Georgia: Rebuild 3-manual, 39-rank M. P. Mφller pipe organ and console.

• Cumberland United Methodist Church in Florence, South Carolina: Rebuild 2-manual, 10-rank M. P. Mφller pipe organ (Opus 3995) with additions.

• Midway Presbyterian Church inPowder Springs, Georgia: New 3-manual, 55-rank instrument.

• Immaculate Heart in Mary Catholic Church of Atlanta, Georgia: New 3-manual, 45-rank instrument.

• St. Andrews Episcopal Church in Rocky Mount, North Carolina: New 2-manual, 22-rank instrument using both new and existing resources.

• Newberry A.R.P. in Newberry, South Carolina: New 2-manual, 13-rank organ using both new and existing resources.

• First United Methodist Church in Atlanta, Georgia: New 5-manual, 93-rank, 120-stop instrument.

• New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary in New Orleans, Louisiana: New 4-manual, 80-rank instrument for Leavell Chapel.

• New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary in New Orleans, Louisiana: New 3-manual, 33-rank Recital Hall instrument, using both new and existing resources.

• First United Methodist Church in Carrollton, Georgia: New 3-manual, 43-rank instrument.

• Epiphany Lutheran Church in Conyers, Georgia: New 2-manual console with terraced drawknobs.

• St. John Episcopal Church in Savannah, Georgia: Tonal revisions, re-voicing, and additions to 4-manual, 64-rank Wicks organ.

• First United Methodist Church in Dothan, Alabama: Rebuild 3-manual console, solid state organ relay, on 43-rank M. P. Mφller pipe organ.

• First Baptist Church in Orangeburg, South Carolina: Rebuild and enlarge 3-manual, 31-rank M. P. Mφller pipe organ.

• Selwyn Avenue Presbyterian Church in Charlotte, North Carolina: Rebuild and enlarge 3-manual, 22-rank M. P. Mφller pipe organ.

• First United Methodist Church in Jackson, Georgia: Rebuild and enlarge 2-manual, 20-rank Austin organ.

• First United Methodist Church in Cochran, Georgia: Rebuild and enlarge 2-manual, 14-rank Pilcher/Mφller pipe organ.

• Tennille Baptist Church in Tennille, Georgia: Rebuild and enlarge 2-manual, 12-rank Pilcher/Mφller pipe organ.

• Trinity United Methodist Church in Orangeburg, South Carolina: Rebuild console and relay of 2-manual, 10-rank Wicks pipe organ.

• Covenant Presbyterian Church in Fayetteville, Georgia: Rebuild 4-manual console.

• First Church of Christ, Scientist in Roswell, Georgia: Relocate 2-manual, 13-rank M. P. Mφller pipe organ from Atlanta to sanctuary in Roswell.

• First United Methodist Church in Wetumpka, Alabama: Restore the facade of present 2-manual, 10-rank Pilcher organ with a new console and general organ repairs including cleaning, pipe repair, and replacing slider motors.

• First United Methodist Church in Tennille, Georgia: Restore 2-manual, 8-rank Tellers pipe organ.

• John Wesley United Methodist Church in Charleston, South Carolina: Rebuild and enlarge 3-manual, 36-rank M. P. Mφller pipe organ.

• The First Baptist Church in Camilla, Georgia: Rebuild Swell motor, refurbish reeds, and repair pipe damage to 2-manual, 36-rank Casavant organ.

• Royster Memorial Presbyterian Church in Norfolk, Virginia: Rebuild and enlarge 3-manual, 45-rank M. P. Mφller pipe organ.

• St. Andrew's Episcopal Church in Darien, Georgia: Clean instrument, oversee chamber modifications, replace Swell motors, and repair water damage to 2-manual, 11-rank Wicks organ.

• Callaway Gardens in Pine Mountain, Georgia: Rebuild 3-manual, 23-rank M. P. Mφller pipe organ.

• Church of the Advent (Episcopal) in Madison, Georgia: New 2-manual, 15-rank instrument built in a free-standing case for the church gallery.

• First Presbyterian Church in Savannah, Georgia: New 3-manual, 47-rank instrument.

• Holy Trinity Catholic Church in Peachtree City, Georgia: Repair water damage to Swell wind chests of 2-manual, 27-rank A. E. Schlueter pipe organ.

• The First Baptist Church in New Orleans, Louisiana: Rebuild, re-voice and reengineer 4-manual, 74-rank pipe organ to be moved and re-installed in new sanctuary.

• Bethel United Methodist Church in Charleston, South Carolina: New 3-manual, 51-rank instrument.

• Hillside Presbyterian Church in Decatur, Georgia: New 12-rank instrument built from existing pipe resources.

• College Heights United Methodist Church in Lakeland, Florida: New 3-manual, 31-rank instrument.

• Stella Maris Roman Catholic Church Presbyterian Church in Sullivan's Island, South Carolina: New 2-manual, 25-rank instrument built to fit into their balcony.

• First United Methodist Church in Cordele, Georgia: New 3-manual, 22-rank instrument with restored casework.

• Lumpkin United Methodist Church in Lumpkin, Georgia: New 10-rank instrument with built-in 2-manual console designed to fit their diminuitive choir loft area.

• First United Methodist Church in Lenoir, North Carolina: New 3-manual console with significant additions to present instrument.

• Chester Presbyterian Church in Chester, Virginia: New 2-manual, 31-rank instrument.

• Providence Baptist Church in Charlotte, North Carolina: New 4-manual console, and additions to organ.

• Ingleside Baptist Church in Macon, Georgia: Rebuild M. P. Mφller console with solid-state equipment.

• First United Methodist Church in Tifton, Georgia: Rebuild Schantz console with solid-state equipment, addition of MIDI, and reed cleaning.

• Tucker Stake LDS in Athens, Georgia: Rebuild Wicks console with solid-state.

• Peachtree Baptist Church in Atlanta, Georgia: Rebuild M. P. Mφller console with new keyboards and MIDI.

• First Baptist Church in Dalton, Georgia: Restore 1-manual, 5-rank, 6-stop 1896 Pilcher organ.

• First United Methodist Church in Douglas, Georgia: Rebuild water damaged Great division E. M. Skinner wind chests.

• Trinity C.M.E. Church in Augusta, Georgia: Relocate and restore early 1900's Pilcher tracker organ with 2-manual, built-in console and 10 pipe ranks.

• Indiantown Presbyterian Church in Hemingway, South Carolina: Pipe repair, action adjustment, and corrective voicing on Flentrop organ.

• First Baptist Church in Dalton, Georgia: Restore 1-manual, 5-rank, 6-stop 1896 Pilcher organ.

• Marion Presbyterian Church in Marion, South Carolina: Pipe repair, action adjustment, and corrective voicing on Flentrop organ.

• Druid Hills United Methodist Church in Atlanta, Georgia: Relocate and restore 1951 Moller organ.

• First Baptist Church in Enterprise, Alabama: Rebuild Schantz console, major tonal revision and additions, MIDI, and a new faηade.

• Callaway Gardens in Pine Mountain, Georgia: Re-leather M. P. Mφller Great and Choir divisions.

• First United Methodist Church in Griffin, Georgia: Add new exposed hooded 8’ Festival Trumpet and 8’ Tromba.

• Roosevelt Warm Springs Institute for Rehabilitation in Warm Springs, Georgia: Restore 3-rank 1937 Aeolian-Skinner organ, with 2 manuals built into the casework.

• Morrison United Methodist Church in Leesburg, Florida: Replace grill cloth, repair En Chamade trumpet, and replace collapsed 16’ Principal pipes.

• Rylander Theatre in Americus, Georgia: Move and restore 3-manual, 11-rank 1928 Moller theatre organ.

• The First Baptist Church in Hapeville, Georgia: Build extensive custom grille for existing organ.