2016 in review

More than 50 clients serviced in 2016


provided services to clients on more than 250 sites in more than 20 states.

Notable locations and states

The south

In 2016, Commercial Site Design worked on more than 200 sites in the South. These sites were located in 13 states, from Texas to its home state of North Carolina.


Worked on more than 35 sites in the Mid-Atlantic states; Virginia, Maryland and New York.


Civil engineer on sites in Ohio, Wisconsin and Michigan.


Commercial Site Design worked on projects in Oregon, Utah and New Mexico.

Cities and Towns

In 2016, Commercial Site Design worked on sites in over 150 cities, including major locations and popular regions.

Sites in the Atlanta region

Sites in Charleston, South Carolina

Sites in the Tidewater region of Virginia

Chesapeake, Hampton, Norfolk, Yorktown and Virginia Beach

Sites in the Triangle region of North Carolina

Raleigh, Durham, Apex, Cary, Garner, and Wake Forest

Local Favorites: Commercial Site Design continued its relationships with North Carolina-based restaurants, providing engineering services to projects located throughout the United States.

Worked on 12 Sites

Recent openings include stores in North Carolina, Tennessee, Alabama, Georgia and Kentucky

Engineer on 6 sites in North Carolina

Engineer On 59 Sites

Recent openings include stores in Virginia, Georgia and South Carolina.

In 2016, Commercial Site Design added another land surveying license. Increasing the number of states to seven.

Alabama Surveying license

Charitable Endeavors for 2016

Organizations We Supported in 2016

  • Ronald McDonald House
  • Helping Hands Mission, Inc.
  • St. Baldrick's Foundation
  • National Multiple Sclerosis Society
  • Autism Society of NC
  • Habitat for Humanity
  • Diabetes Foundation
  • Cub Scouts/Popcorn for Troops
  • Durham Rescue Mission
  • Run Eugene Run
  • Food Bank of Central & Eastern North Carolina
  • American Heart Association

Commercial Site Design In Action

Go Red for Women
Food Bank of Central & Eastern North Carolina

Commercial Site Design


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