Souder Brothers Construction Inc. is a high-end commercial and residential general contractor that has offered best-in-class planning, construction, renovation and maintenance services for nearly 40 years. Whether it’s a commercial, residential, institutional or educational project, we have the capabilities to provide design concept drawings, detailed floor plans and 3D renderings to give clients a realistic vision of their project before construction even begins.
Whether you’re a retailer that needs a new parking lot, an insurance agency that needs a renovated office or a car dealership looking to expand, Souder Brothers can help your business with its construction and renovation needs. From warehouses to office buildings, we offer a full range of commercial construction services and construction management for facilities of any size.
Souder Brothers can offer your company a full range of commercial office fit outs and renovations. Our team of expert builders have completed office fit out projects and additions in Croydon for a number of commercial facilities, including medical offices, accounting offices and more. Our projects have included full and partial demolitions, installation of drywall, partitions, cubicles, lighting, ceilings, carpeting and custom solutions for our clients.
We provide complete residential construction and renovation services tailored to meet each client’s needs, whether we’re handling a master bathroom renovation, a basement remodel or a brand new kitchen. We know how important trust is when choosing a residential contractor, which is why we make it a point to treat your home as if it were our own. Our highly-trained staff has the experience and resources to make your Croydon home remodel project a success.
Located in Bristol Township, many notable mid-sized businesses can be found in the business district of Croydon. The White Hall of Bristol College was listed on the national Register of Historic Places in 1984. This college was founded in 1833 by the Episcopal Education Society and was based on the “manual labor system,” which combined education with agricultural work. The college was not open for long – it closed in 1837. If you’d like to visit Croydon, hop on a train and ride to the Croydon Station, which is served by the Trenton Line Regional Rail.