Questions to Ask Before Starting a Commercial Fit-Out in PA

commercial fit out in PAAs with any construction project, a commercial fit-out in PA requires you to ask a lot of questions. By asking the right questions before you start, you can avoid some very major pitfalls once work is underway.

Here are some things you should consider before starting a commercial fit-out in PA.

How is the property zoned?

Zoning rules vary from community to community. It’s a good idea to look at the zoning regulations for the community for where you’re building before you build, particularly if the project involves changing the use of a building. You may need approval from the community’s zoning board before you can proceed with the work.

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Warrington Country Club: Commercial Construction in PA


Complete a 2,880 sq. ft. addition under a very tight schedule during the coldest months of the winter.


Deal with working outside in less than ideal weather conditions with temperatures close to zero degrees. Complete an entire almost 3,000 sq. ft. addition in a 3-month time period.

Last January Souder Brothers Construction was awarded a contract to build a commercial addition at the Warrington Country Club in Warrington, PA. The project consisted of a new grand foyer and a porte cochère at the main entrance.

The Country Club remained in business throughout the entirety of the construction project. We worked closely with the owners to coordinate making the construction area look presentable for clients who were having events during the renovation. Teamwork and communication between Souder Brothers and the wonderful staff at Warrington CC was essential for a successful project. There were nights when our crew would wrap up construction at 4:00 pm and the team at Warrington would come in to hang up drapes and temporary partitions to make the construction zone look presentable for events that were happening at the Country Club.

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