Commercial Site Design, a Raleigh-based civil engineering firm with experience in designing solar farms, attends Solar Power Southeast Conference.
Online PR News – 05-May-2016 – Raleigh, North Carolina – Commercial Site Design, a Raleigh-based civil engineering firm specializing in multi-site, rollout projects, announced Stan Wingo, a LEED GA certified project manager, will attend the 2016 Solar Power Southeast Conference, May 25-26 at the Omni Hotel in Atlanta, Ga.
“I am interested in increasing our work with renewable energy, “says Stan Wingo. This conference provides a perfect opportunity for me to meet and build rapport with professionals in the solar power industry.”
Commercial Site Design is participating in this year’s conference to increase awareness of the firm’s commitment to eco-friendly practices and its experience engineering solar farms.
Commercial Site Design has worked on 28 solar farms located in 5 states; Texas, North Carolina, New York, South Carolina and Oregon.
Conference attendees and exhibitors interested in learning more about Commercial Site Design’s services and experience, can visit Stan Wingo’s LinkedIn page (http://bit.ly/26T9csw) or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
To get more information on Commercial Site Design, visit www.csitedesign.com or follow on LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter at Commercial Site Design.
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.
About Solar Power Southeast:
Solar Power Southeast has proven to be the premier solar event in the region. Last year, nearly 200 solar companies and over 500 industry leaders and innovators gathered to share ideas and best practices for expanding the Southeast’s solar energy market and to network and do business. This year’s conference is expected to be another success, given the exponential solar growth that’s happening in the southeastern United States.