We are currently providing our roll-off dumpsters, hauling services and portable toilets to the construction site of a new Culver’s restaurant in Clermont, Florida. Culver’s is considered a fast-casual restaurant, meaning it does not provide sit-down service but does offer fresher and less processed ingredients for their meals. Other examples of fast-casual restaurants are Panera, Chipotle and Zaxby’s.
We are providing the construction site with several roll-off dumpsters and hauling services multiple times each day. Roll-off dumpsters are the ideal disposal product for construction sites. The construction debris that is most often recycled includes asphalt, concrete, cardboard, wood and more. We are capable of recycling up to 98 percent of debris, and can track and report all of the materials for green projects that require it. Ensuring that construction materials are recycled quickly and properly is essential for projects to stay on time and within budget. Sunshine has over 30 trucks that service Orlando and other areas of the state, which guarantees that construction sites won’t fall behind.
Culver’s was founded in Sauk City, Wisconsin in 1984 by Craig Culver and his family. Since then, they have expanded their reach across the United States and now own 518 restaurants. Their menu offerings include the trademark ButterBurgers, famous frozen custard, salads and full entrees. Meals cost anywhere from $8 to $15 and are made to order. Culver’s sponsors several popular sports teams, including the Wisconsin Badgers, Iowa Hawkeyes and Chicago Cubs.
The company in charge of the Culver’s construction site is Schmid Construction. They are a full-service general contractor that delivers the highest quality of work and level of professionalism from the beginning to the completion of a project. Their services include preconstruction, estimating, construction, warranty and design-build. Schmid Construction works throughout the entire Southeastern region on a variety of projects like retail, automotive, office, medical and industrial areas.
Schmid Construction is LEED Certified and believes in bettering the environment while providing a high quality of work. They have a significant amount of experience working on “green” buildings, and they are a U.S. Green Building Council Member.
The Culver’s restaurant construction began in November and is expected to finish next year. We will be providing dumpsters, hauling services and portable toilets for the remainder of the project and hope to provide regular waste hauling services to the restaurant once it opens.