Year in Review 2017

Commercial Site Design’s 2017 in Review

Commercial Site Design, a Raleigh-based civil engineering firm specializing in multi-unit, rollout commercial developments, today released its year in review for 2017.  The firm’s 2017 was highlighted by year-to-year growth, new brands and milestones.

According to Commercial Site Design’s year-end findings, the firm’s 2017 was more productive than 2016 and remained consistent with its growth pattern.

Commercial Site Design saw an increase in three major categories: projects, states and surveys.  The firm provided development services to more than 200 projects in 20 states and worked on 34 survey-only jobs.

Not only did Commercial Site Design see demand for its commercial development services, it also saw an increase in ADA-specific engineering.

Commercial Site Design’s strong 2017 came in large part thanks to continued support from existing clients and the addition of three new brands.

Aldi, Arby’s and Dunkin’ Donuts joined a list of clients for 2017 that included Biscuitville, Hand-Dee Hugo’s, Hardee’s, Burger King, McDonald’s, Hooters, Krispy Kreme, Taco Bell, Cook Out, Starbucks, Popeye’s and Chipotle.

We had a productive 2017,” said Jon Kuczynski, founding partner at Commercial Site Design.  “We added two new employees, helped clients develop locations across the United States, and celebrated a special milestone.”

During the third quarter of 2017, Commercial Site Design entered its 15th year in business.

Throughout those years, the firm has helped local and national clients grow and expand, including Biscuitville, which celebrated a milestone the same month Commercial Site Design embarked on its anniversary.

Biscuitville, which has been partnering with Commercial Site Design since 2004, unveiled the newly rebuilt Asheboro, N.C. location.  The new location was the first restaurant to be rebuilt in 10 years and featured the company’s new store concept; reclaimed Southern barn.

Commercial Site Design will continue to build its brand in 2018.  The firm will look to promote its ADA services; attract new quick serve, retail and fast casual clients; and provide commercial development services that exceed clients’ expectations.

About Commercial Site Design:

Established in 2002, with offices in Raleigh and Atlanta, Commercial Site Design has become one of the prominent civil engineering firms in the Southeast.

The firm’s distinctive blend of project management and site design services has made it an industry leader for quick-serve restaurants and similar scaled projects.