April 1988, TBC is incorporated by Jerry Hahn and Frank LaPallo to focus on the post-production and broadcast applications of custom consoles and cabinetry.
ProSeries is introduced as TBC’s line of standard console line – made almost exclusively of wooden casework.
TBC expands to a larger facility in West Babylon, NY
1997 – TBC pushes into the international market with major installations in Japan and China.
TBC is recognized as an industry leader with its product being featured at the Olympic Games. The consoles provided are still being used today in some facilities
TBC moves from Babylon to Edgewood, NY and expands it capacity.
March 2005, IntelliTrac v1 developed as TBC’s first a modular, adaptable console with a steel substructure.
October 2007, SmartTrac, SmartCart, and TracWall are added, formalizing TBC’s TracSeries line of steel and aluminum technical furniture.
November, 2008 – TBC’s largest project to date is realized in Ashgabat, Turkmenistan
February 2011, ControlTrac is developed as a height-adjustable console built to reflect increased demand for consoles outside of TBC’s traditional broadcast market.
TBC again expands its capacity, adding another 10,000 square foot facility.
November, 2017 – C3 is developed which is a version of the ControlTrac product built especially for non-broadcast
September, 2018 – The FITT series is developed as a lighter weight more modern version of IntelliTrac.