Thomas Construction Group, a Wilmington based general contracting firm, will be constructing two apartment buildings in the existing Stillwater at Southbridge community located in Sneads Ferry, NC. Stillwater at Southbridge comprises the multifamily component of Southbridge, a Mixed-Use Planned Community developed by our team at Trask Land Company.

Thomas Construction Group will be constructing two 20,000 SF buildings with a total of 32 dwelling units. Site work is currently underway with a projected completion of September 2014.

“Stillwater at Southbridge is an exciting project for everyone at Thomas Construction Group. We look forward to delivering another project for Trask Land Company, especially one that helps serve our military personnel.” said Thomas Construction Group President, Chris Reid.

Southbridge is an 185 acre community in Sneads Ferry, North Carolina. Located in Onslow County and situated directly on Highway 172, approximately five miles past the intersection of Highway 210, Southbridge is just minutes away from the New River and the Intracoastal Waterway. The South Entrance of Camp Lejeune is less than 2 miles from the community making for an easy commute for military personnel. Stillwater at Southbridge is currently comprised of 144 units that include one, two, and three bedroom units and is a top ranked community in location, amenities, and management staff.

“We look forward to working with the team at Thomas Construction Group. Their leadership and experience will be very beneficial to this next phase of our multifamily project,” said Trask Land Company President, Raiford Trask, III. “Stillwater at Southbridge has seen a high level of success, thanks in large part to our military personnel. We are honored to provide our servicemen and servicewomen with quality housing in a great location.”


To learn more about Southbridge, visit the Southbridge Page located in our Portfolio. For more information about Thomas Construction Group, please visit or check out their Facebook.

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