Our company operates in its own building at 1115 South Woodrow Street in Little Rock. The 6,000-square-foot structure houses the company’s workshop and offices.
In addition to Mr. Nichols and Mr. Simpson, the firm employs five other workers: a woodworker, two pipe organ maintenance and repair technicians, a voicer, and an office manager.
We consider our company’s relatively small size to be an asset that allows us to give sharply focused attention to each instrument we build. With the installation of a state-of-the-art computer-aided drawing and design (CADD) system and a core of carefully cultivated subcontractors and employees, no job has proven to be too large or too small for our company.
It is our conviction that no organ, within its own particular setting, is ever exactly like any other organ. Nichols & Simpson considers no instrument it builds to be complete until each and every pipe has been carefully “finished” tonally in the room in which it will play.