Commercial Site Design Increases Marketing Efforts

In an effort to increase awareness of its commercial development services and ongoing partnerships with local and national brands, Commercial Site Design, a Raleigh-based civil engineering firm specializing in multi-unit, rollout commercial developments, placed construction signs at projects located within 200 miles of its corporate office.    

Commercial Site Design’s signage was placed in North Carolina towns such as Walkertown, Rockingham, Sanford, Fayetteville, Raleigh, Durham, Elizabethtown and Kinston.

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While Commercial Site Design is registered as civil engineering in 44 states, most of its projects come from companies looking to develop locations in Southern states, including North Carolina.

“Most people are unaware of the impact we have on their communities,” says Jon Kuczynski, founding partner at Commercial Site Design.  “We have developed sites in almost every town in North Carolina.  If you go to certain towns, within a mile radius you can find three or four of our projects.  If you get off an exit, there is a good chance you will stop at or drive-by one of our projects.”

Commercial Site Design will continue to put up site signs at its projects in North Carolina.  In the first quarter of 2018, it expects to place signs at Cook Out, Hardee’s, Biscuitville, Popeyes, O’Reilly Auto Parts, and Krispy Kreme.

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Commercial Site Design was founded over 15 years ago with the mission of providing expert, multi-unit rollout services to the commercial development industry, offering a distinctive blend of project management and site design services.

Since the firm’s inception, it has become a leading civil engineering firm in the Southeast, representing local and national brands in 44 states.   

North Carolina Projects

Map shows Commercial Site Design’s North Carolina projects.  Map only shows active sites and doesn’t include projects that never materialized or locations that were redeveloped.