Drive-Thru Drag: Construction Delays, Rising Costs
According to Restaurant Dive news, inflation, labor disruption, real estate competition, and supply chain delays are forcing fast food restaurants to get creative with their development for drive-thrus and mobile pickup windows.
QSR’s are building smaller, more efficient units with more than one drive-thru, in some cases, to accommodate the rising customer demands for eating off premise. Russo Modular has been talking with multiple commercial developers and franchisors that are now ready to move forward in the factory built manufacturing process, that have not previously considered building modular. With drive-thrus consistently performing better in this category, it’s a natural progression that fast food restaurants are finding their way to expand with commercial modular builders.
Russo Modular is currently licensed and permitted for manufacturing in Arizona, California, Idaho, Utah, Oregon, Washington, Wyoming, Georgia, and New Mexico. We have developed a systematic approach to the process, and are drastically improving quality and speed to market for our clients and world-class brands.
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Read More about what qsr’s are doing to overcome challenges in drive-thru channels: https://www.restaurantdive.com/news/drive-thru-chains-face-construction-delays-rising-costs/636568/