SoundPly Acoustic Panels were set to become Navy Island’s leading product line by the end of last year. According to company president Jeff Stone, the Navy Island veneer products research and development team invented a new perforation process and patent-pending acoustic panel, which won Building Magazine’s grand prize for product innovation, and the Silver Award for Best of NeoCon.
From a start-up in a garage to two plants with over 86,000 square feet, Navy Island has been dedicated to producing a variety of wood-related products and services, ranging from custom furniture, finishing services and manufacturing of kitchen cabinet doors over the past 30 years.
Today, Navy Island’s 80 employees make four products for architectural woodwork and store fixture manufacturers in their West St. Paul, Minnesota, operation. In addition to acoustic panels, Navy Island makes custom veneer panels, architectural doors, door frames and lites.
“The introduction of SoundPly acoustic panels allows for a seamless integration of wood acoustic wall and ceiling panels along with other blueprint matched non-acoustic panels and doors,” said Navy Island’s Jeff Stone. Read more at 

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