Krusinski Construction is happy to welcome its newest employees. Robert M. Shannon, of Crystal Lake, IL, who joins the team as a senior project superintendent and will be working on a LEED certified project in Woodridge, IL. Shannon has an extensive background in the construction industry with over 25 years of experience. His background includes multi-family, multi-use, and residential.
Daniel DeLucio, of Joliet, IL, is a project engineer. With over 6 years in the construction industry, his experience includes field survey, design, and construction phase services for diverse projects throughout the Chicago metropolitan area including projects in the industrial and government sectors.
Doreen Hsu, of Chicago, IL is project coordinator. She has more than 10 years combined experience in the construction and architecture industry.
Krusinski Construction is pleased to announce that Vice President Jennifer Patton, Project Manager Ryan Lehman, and Project Engineer Pablo Aquino have earned their Health Care Construction Certificates from the American Society for Healthcare Engineering (ASHE) adding to the company’s list of seven total. ASHE certification demonstrates knowledge and understanding of best construction practices to protect patients from potentially life-threatening irritants and contaminants during active construction projects.
Krusinski Construction would also like to recognize two additional team members; Project Engineers Brian Heinrich and Justin Risetter who have received their LEED AP BD+C certification bringing the team total to ten.
“Krusinski Construction is continuing to expand on numerous levels,” says Jerry R. Krusinski. “We would like to welcome all of our new employees and congratulate the new ASHE and LEED AP certified team members as we look forward to continued commitment to excellence and safety.”
NEW HIRE Q & A
Senior Project Superintendent
Q: If you could take a vacation anywhere in the world, where would it be?
A: Europe for the different cultures, landscapes, lifestyles, and all of the history. I’m looking forward to visiting again and many more times.
Q: What is your hidden talent?
A: Woodworking. I have a shop in my home.
Q: What is your favorite movie of all time and why?
A: Animal House. You’ve got to love John Belushi!
Q: Would you rather be rich or healthy?
A: I would much rather be healthy. You can always make more money but if you’re rich and unhealthy, you won’t be able to enjoy it.
Q: What lifts your spirits when life gets you down?
A: Running while listening to music always seems therapeutic to me and is a good way to concentrate without any distractions.
Q: When you’re 80 years old, what will matter to you the most? Why?
A: The life experiences and memories that I shared with my family and friends. I believe that your family and friends and the experiences you have with them shape the person you become.
Q: What do you usually think about during your commute home from work?
A: What’s for dinner?
Q: Which do you prefer – the mountains or the beach? Why?
A: The mountains because I’ve always wanted to learn how to ski.
Q: What is your favorite holiday? Why?
A: New Years because it’s the beginning of a new year and I love to make resolutions.