New Fast Food and Retail Commercial Developments

Commercial Site Design Welcomes New Brands

Commercial Site Design, a Raleigh-based civil engineering firm specializing in multi-unit, rollout commercial developments, adds Aldi, Arby’s and Dunkin’ Donuts to its portfolio of regional and national brands.  To fulfill each client’s development needs, Commercial Site Design will provide comprehensive commercial development services; civil plans, land surveying, ADA, stormwater design, permitting, and other services as needed.

“We’re excited to be working with these well-known brands,” says Jon Kuczynski, founding partner at Commercial Site Design.  “They’ve shown to be strong brands with untapped growth potential.”

Aldi, Arby’s, and Dunkin’ Donuts are among the top performing brands in the United States: QSR Magazine placed Arby’s and Dunkin’ Donuts on its 50 Most Successful Limited-Service Companies while Aldi was voted Value Leader among U.S. grocery stores, according to a consumer survey conducted by Market Force Information.

“Our experience with quick-serve restaurants and retail stores gives these clients an advantage,” says Jon Kuczynski.  “We understand the development process, we’re registered civil engineers in 44 states, and we focus on projects that have similar scale and scope to Aldi, Arby’s and Dunkin’ Donuts.”

Since its founding in 2002, Commercial Site Design has provided development services on more than 1,700 quick-serve restaurant sites and 270 retail sites.

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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.