Kroeschell Launches New Website

ARLINGTON HEIGHTS, IL — Kroeschell is pleased to announce the launch of their newly designed website, www.Kroeschell.com. The new website promises to enhance the end user experience, making it easier to navigate through Kroeschell’s service offerings, find the markets in which they perform work, read about similar projects in a category and much more.

Ease of navigation was the main concern when building the new site. Kroeschell wanted to ensure that the end user could easily and quickly find what they were looking for. The design team structured the new site by service offering and promises that the content delivers a clearer view of Kroeschell’s many capabilities. The site also boasts a built in search function that will populate results based on user keywords.

Kroeschell’s Marketing Director, Adam Swietek, emphasized his support of the new website. “The marketing department worked hard to create a layout that visually represents Kroeschell, is easy for the end user to navigate and is flexible and responsive. I think we accomplished that with this site. We look forward to continually improving upon the site to meet the ever-evolving digital environment as well as the changing needs of our customers. The site is set up for future success!”

New to the website is a robust projects page that allows the user to select between specific service offerings and markets to locate and read about projects that may be similar to their needs. Select between nine (9) services and six (6) markets to find solutions that may be exactly what you are looking for.

Overall, the launch of the site has been a success. Customers, vendors and employees alike have had a positive experience navigating the site on a myriad of platforms including mobile devices, PCs and tablets. The look and feel of the site is meeting everyone needs.

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