Krusinski Construction expands team with three new hires

Krusinski Construction Company (KCC) has three new additions to its team. The company’s pre-construction leadership will expand to accommodate its growing portfolio and newly awarded projects in the Midwest. Mike Anzelc has been hired as vice president of pre-construction; in addition, Bill Carlander has joined KCC as project superintendent and Aron Dragovic as project engineer.

Anzelc brings more than 35 years of industry experience to his new role as vice president of pre-construction for KCC. He will be responsible for overseeing the firm’s pre-construction services team, which provides cost estimating, scheduling, reporting, value engineering, feasibility studies and constructability review.

As project superintendent, Carlander oversees the day-to-day functions of KCC projects, including project site coordination, subcontractor and supplier scheduling, site safety, quality and productivity and maintaining relationships with the entire project building team. Currently, Carlander is on-site in Minnesota working on the construction of a 355,000-square-foot facility for a large e-commerce provider.

Dragovic is a recent graduate of the University of Illinois in Urbana-Champaign with a bachelor’s in civil and environmental engineering. He works very closely with the project teams and is responsible for budgeting, scheduling and planning throughout the construction process.