With the advent of the Second World War, manpower and equipment were required to support the war effort. Sordoni was busy with major construction projects in Middletown, Pennsylvania and Aberdeen, Maryland.
In 1946, the Senator’s son, Andrew J. “Jack” Sordoni, Jr., returned home from war and joined the company. With a business acumen and drive similar to his father’s, Jack was instrumental in setting the future direction of management and growth.
Sordoni grew its expertise, scope and client list to include companies of national reputation, including DuPont, Bethlehem Steel, BFGoodrich, F. W. Woolworth Co., and Pittsburgh Corning.