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Joseph R. Krusinski

The CEO and founder of Krusinski Construction Company, Joseph R. Krusinski has more than 50 years experience in the construction industry.  Since 1973, he has built the firm into one of the premier construction companies in theChicagoarea with a national reputation among developers and corporations across the country.
Prior to 1973, Krusinski was a practicing architect overseeing the design, construction and leasing of office, industrial and retail facilities in a four-state area.

Today he is a leader of the Chicago construction industry.  He is a past president and a current director of the Chicago Building Congress, past president of the Builders Association of Chicago, and serves on the board of directors for the Chicagoland Construction Safety Council.  Joe is also past president of the Chicago Family Business Council at DePaul University.  Most recently, Joe was appointed Chairman of the Village of Mettawa Zoning, Planning and Appeals Commission.

He has been cited in the Chicago Tribune, Entrepreneur Magazine, Crain’s Chicago Business and numerous local and national real estate publications.  In addition, he has by-lined articles for Midwest Real Estate News, Commercial Building, The Daily Herald and Plastics News.

Joe has been honored with many prestigious awards, most recently the Chicago Building Congress 2010 Award of Honor, as well as the Richard G. Levy President’s Award from the SIOR Chicago Chapter in December 2008.  In 2004, he received the University of Illinois Loyalty Award for Exceptional Alumni Service from the University of Illinois at Chicago and was named to the Presidents Council for his contribution of counsel, time, talent and effort to the welfare of the University of Illinois.  In 2000, he was named to the Chicago Area Entrepreneurship Hall of Fame sponsored by the University of Illinois at Chicago.

Krusinski holds a bachelor’s degree in architecture from the University of Illinois at Chicago and is a licensed architect in the State of Illinois.  He also retains a national architect’s registration status as a member of the NCARB

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