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Krusinski Construction Company completed an expansion to Camcraft’s industrial warehouse in Bartlett, IL., capping a long-term program

Krusinski Construction and Client Camcraft Complete Long-Term Expansion Program

Krusinski Construction Company completed a 54,000-square-foot expansion to Camcraft’s industrial warehouse facility at 1361 Schiferl Rd. in Bartlett, IL. The work completed a long-term development and expansion program that was originally envisioned in 2017. 

The development of a long-term plan improved certain efficiencies and helped expedite the process. It was the second construction project Krusinski completed for Camcraft in 12 months and followed the renovation of its Hanover Park facility. This was the fifth project Krusinski has completed for Camcraft. 

“This project showcased our ability to work with Camcraft to devise a program that would help them address immediate and long-term growth and expansion plans,” said project manager Brian Heinrich. “Critical elements in this long-term process included the collaborative nature of our relationship and constant communication.” 

The expansion includes more than 40,000 square feet of warehouse space, 8,000 square feet of office and 1,500 square feet of laboratory space. 


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