The post-war boom fueled significant corporate growth in America. Sordoni’s reputation and visibility continued to grow, and most of the company’s work focused on large industrial projects.
Sordoni became known for strict adherence to schedules and budgets. The company utilized an automated punch card system for accounting and cost reports on jobs in progress.
Seven projects totaling nearly a million square feet were completed for IBM in New York State. Other significant clients of the decade included Metropolitan Edison, Vanadium Corp., Foster Wheeler, and Eberhard Faber.