The Association of Subcontractors and Affiliates of Chicago awarded Krusinski Construction the 2016 Outstanding General Contractor of the Year award at their 22nd Annual Awards & GC Recognition Evening.
Krusinski Construction is proud to be the recipient of this award and especially to be recognized by the subcontractors and ASA affiliates. We could not accomplish what we do if it wasn’t for your loyalty and commitment.
Krusinski Construction Company is proud to be partnering with DCT Industrial for their first project together at 1400 W. 44th Street, Chicago, IL. This ground-up 166,549 square-foot speculative warehouse facility with a 32-foot clear height is located on a brownfield redevelopment site in the Stockyards neighborhood. The existing building at this location was demolished directly by DCT Industrial in early 2016 clearing the way for this new development.
The existing soil conditions will require Krusinski Construction to use dynamic compaction on the majority of the site in order to obtain the required soil strength. In addition, this rear loading building will be equipped with dedicated trailer parking and a secure truck court. It will also include 36 exterior dock doors, two drive-in doors, and parking for up to 40 cars. Krusinski Construction is excited to be teaming up with civil engineers, Kimley-Horn, and Cornerstone Architects.
“We’re off to a great start to 2016 with several outstanding projects,” said Jeffrey J. Krusinski, Executive Vice President of Krusinski Construction Company. “From the very moment we learn of a project, our team is diligent in our approach while providing our clients exceptional service and value.”
Our team is proud of this fantastic project for CN Railway in Homewood. Check out the video from the Ribbon Cutting event.
The project team completed the 3,500 s.f. pediatric walk-in clinic in Geneva at Delnor Hospital. The clinic consists of multiple exam rooms, procedure rooms, miscellaneous office, reception and lobby.
Phase II at Congregation B’nai Jehosua Beth Elohim includes the completion of the Sanctuary which begins the first week of February. Permits are in place and approvals have been granted to complete the interior construction of this sacred place.
Krusinski Construction will renovate an existing facility in Markham, IL for Kelly Pipe Co. which is moving from South Holland. The new warehouse accomodates the growth of the company which distributes steel pipes and fittings. Approximately 30 employees from the South Holland location will relocate.
NAV Consulting purchased a 12,000 square-foot office condo on the 4th floor of TransAm Plaza 1 for their new office. Krusinski Construction will be making substantial improvements to the space in order for NAV tp showcase several high end features such as extensive glass, millwork, ceiling and lighting packages.
Pressure Sensitive has leased a 53,000 square-foot space in ML Realty’s Heritage Crossing Building 2 in Lockport, IL. The spec building was completed by Krusinski Construction in the spring of 2013.
An 11,000 s.f. interior office remodel of CN Railway’s existing facility in Matteson began on August 26 and final completion is slated only four weeks later.
First American Properties is developing a 4,200 s.f. outlot at 1083 Lake Cook Road in Wheeling, IL. Krusinski Construction will break ground on September 3 for the new 2-tenant building. Starbucks will lease some of the space.