Commercial Site Design announced today the launch of its revamped, user- and mobile-friendly website.
Online PR News – 30-January-2020 – Raleigh, N.C. – Commercial Site Design, a Raleigh, N.C.-based civil engineering and land surveying firm specializing in multi-unit, rollout commercial developments, announced today the launch of its revamped website.
The new website is designed to offer visitors a more user- and mobile-friendly experience with the homepage providing a comprehensive outline of Commercial Site Design’s experiences, projects and services. Along with a better layout, the newly designed website also introduces a request for proposal (RFP) section.
“Our goal is to have a visually pleasing website that gives visitors an opportunity to better understand Commercial Site Design and do it with a single scroll,” says Brian Soltz, one of the founding partners at Commercial Site Design. “We believe this newly designed website will provide much need information as we continue to grow and encourage visitors to interact with our firm.”
The newly redesign website will shift focus from the firm’s experiences with national and regional brands and put emphasis on its specialties – quick-serve restaurants, fast-casual restaurants, casual diners, c-stores, and retail developments.
To give clients and visitors easier access to Commercial Site Design and to give them a platform to discuss future projects, an RFP section and RFP buttons are included in the new design.
“We look to accomplish two objectives with our new website,” says Brian Soltz. “First, we want to give visitors information to help them make an accurate judgement about our firm and capabilities. Second, we want to encourage visitors to take action and contact us with questions about developments, services and projects.”
Commercial Site Design’s new website will be updated regularly with blog posts, company news, and project photos. Visitors are encouraged to explore the website, ask development-related questions and send RFPs.
To explore the new website, visit www.csitedesign.com.