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Andrew J. Johnson has been named vice president and Jeffrey J. Krusinski executive vice president with Oak Brook, Ill.-based Krusinski Construction Co. Additionally, the firm has named Gina M. Krusinski vice president and Rick Drews senior project superintendent.

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Jack Sbertoli has been named senior project manager with Skokie, Ill.-based developer and contractor Missner Group. A 10-year industry veteran with extensive engineering expertise, Sbertoli is managing projects from preconstruction to completion while coordinating among clients, architects and engineers. He previously was a project manager with Missner and holds a degree in civil engineering.


Steve Mitchler has been named project director and Jason Gasawski and Tim Doran assistant project managers with St. Louis-based contractor S.M. Wilson & Co. Mitchler, previously a project manager with Wilson, has more than 30 years of construction experience. Gasawski and Doran were previously project engineers with the firm.




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