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Total Square Footage 2,230,272

General

Established 1973
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Phone Number 630-573-7700

CONSTRUCTION IS IN OUR BLOOD

Joe Krusinski began working in the industry over 47 years ago. He shares his father’s name and passion for construction. His uncle, who was an architect and general contractor, also encouraged Joe to make construction his life’s work. His first job out of college was for an architectural and engineering firm. Four short years later, he ventured out on his own. In 1973, Joe founded Krusinski Construction Company in Schiller Park, Illinois, and began work on his first project — a 102,000 square-foot building in Itasca.

BUILT ON TRUST AND FAMILY VALUES

Despite ongoing changes in market conditions and demands, the company continued to thrive. In 1984, Joe’s younger brother, Jerry Krusinski, joined the team, and soon after so did Joe’s three children: Jeff, Joe III, and Gina. As the company grew, non-family members joined the team to take the company to the next level. The Krusinski family viewed new team members as an extension of their own family, creating a work environment built on trust and shared values.

NEVER MAKE A HARD DECISION ALONE

Just like his father taught him, Joe believes in doing things the right way: creating a positive experience that leads to trust, which ultimately leads to long-term relationships. From senior managers to field employees, everyone in the organization puts a client’s interest first, while maintaining a safe and enjoyable work environment. From the early stages of a project, we fully engage our clients in the planning and decision-making.

WE’RE IN IT FOR THE LONG HAUL

In 2005, Joe passed the baton to his younger brother, Jerry Krusinski, now CEO, who has carried the same values as his father, uncle, and brother. In 2016, Joe’s son, Jeff Krusinski, took over Jerry’s position as President. Today, Joe remains deeply invested in the company as Chairman. Since our quarters are 25 years long, it’s no doubt we’re in it for the long haul. We love what we do, and we’re not stopping anytime soon.

Updates

101-135 American Legion Highway
- Mar 26, 2020

$22.5M Permit Pulled for Addition & Renovations to 135 American Legion Highway Earlier this month a permit valued at $22.5M was pulled for renovations and addition to 135 American Legion Highway in Revere. The project will include the construction of a nearly 10,000 square foot accessory office block, remote restrooms along with the installation of new dock doors and equipment. On the 2nd level of the building, a vehicle access ramp will be added from the first level for parking access and new MEP systems to accommodate parking on this level. In October, the mayor of Revere announced the former Necco Plant will be transformed into an Amazon Delivery Station.  


101-135 American Legion Highway
- Feb 04, 2020

Revere Property Acquired for $355 Million Clarion Partners has acquired the property at 135 American Legion Highway in Revere, MA for $355 million. The two-story building consisting of multi-tenant distribution, production, storage, and office space consists of 826,000 square feet and sits on 49.96 acres. The building is to be renovated by Amazon and used for a distribution center. The structure contains a high-bay with a 30-foot clear height and a 14-foot second-floor clear height, 16 overhead dock – high doors with dock levelers, 1 drive-in ramp and overhead door with potential expansion up to 10 new loading docks. Attached to the building is a 6.4 MW natural gas cogeneration plant, which provides operating power as well as process cooling and heating for the facility.


101-135 American Legion Highway
- Oct 18, 2019

Necco Plant to Become Amazon Delivery Station Amazon is taking over a vacant space in Revere once occupied by the Necco candy company. Revere Mayor Brian Arrigo announced Thursday that an Amazon delivery station serving Greater Boston will begin operations next year. The Necco plant shut down unexpectedly in July 2018, costing 230 workers their jobs. The maker of wafers, sweethearts, and chocolates went out of business after 171 years in the Boston area. Amazon will renovate the building at 135 American Legion Highway and create hundreds of jobs, according to the mayor. via CBS Boston


101-135 American Legion Highway
- Jan 02, 2019

Former NECCO Property Refinanced for $115 Million The property at 101-135 American Legion Highway in Revere has been refinanced via LoanCore Capital for $115 million. The former home of the NECCO headquarters features a two-story building consisting of multi-tenant distribution, production, storage, and office space consists of 826,000 square feet and sits on 49.96 acres. 


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