KDW will design and build a 118,386-square-foot warehouse, fabrication and office facility for Wet Sounds on 27 acres at 2975 Louise Street in Rosenberg. The company makes high-performance marine and powersports audio systems.
Wet Sounds, a maker of high-performance marine and powersports audio systems, will bring up to 50 jobs to Rosenberg with its relocation to a new facility to Fort Bend County. The 118,386-square-foot facility is expected to break ground in August and be completed in spring 2021.
Houston-based KDW will handle design and construction of the facility, which will contain warehouse, fabrication and office space, on a 27-acre at 2975 Louise St. Wet Sounds will own the facility. The site has been master planned to accommodate a total of 280,000 square feet of future development.
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“Wet Sounds is a growth-oriented company that brings highly skilled, good-paying jobs and significant capital investment to Rosenberg as well as a willingness to engage in the community and work cooperatively with regional partners,” Vincent Morales Jr., Fort Bend County Commissioner Precinct 1, said in an announcement. “Also, this exciting new project expands the commerce core in Rosenberg and encourages additional development. We are thrilled to have Wet Sounds in the region.”
Founded in 2005, Wet Sounds makes high-end marine and powersports amps, soundbars and subwoofers, and a line of audio-powered coolers and accessories. The company has 45 warehouse, fabrication office employees in southwest Houston.
“Wet Sounds will bring significant capital investment to the tax rolls and create 40 to 50 high-paying jobs,” Rosenberg Mayor William Benton said in the announcement. “It is a first-class company, and we are excited their leadership chose Rosenberg for their headquarters and operations.”