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posted: 9/13/2019 1:00 AM

Krusinski breaks ground on new Yamazen HQ

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  • From left, Alex Ono, Yamazen; Jeff Krusinski, Krusinski Construction Co.; Elk Grove Village Mayor Craig Johnson; James Hansen, Yamazen; Jun Toyota, Yamazen; and Scott Fernandez, Yamazen, participate in groundbreaking ceremonies for Yamazen's new headquarters.

    From left, Alex Ono, Yamazen; Jeff Krusinski, Krusinski Construction Co.; Elk Grove Village Mayor Craig Johnson; James Hansen, Yamazen; Jun Toyota, Yamazen; and Scott Fernandez, Yamazen, participate in groundbreaking ceremonies for Yamazen's new headquarters.
    Photo courtesy Krusinski Construction Co.

 

ELK GROVE VILLAGE -- Krusinski Construction Co. has broken ground for Yamazen Inc.'s new modern headquarters at 111 Northwest Point Boulevard in Elk Grove Village.

Yamazen, a seller and distributor of machine tool equipment and a subsidiary of Yamazen Corporation Japan, will be relocating its current Schaumburg-based operations and staff to its new two-story, 138,000-square-foot headquarters upon completion in summer 2020.

The new facility will feature approximately 50,000 square feet of private and open offices, conference rooms and the remaining area will consist of large spaces for product demonstrations and robotics. The distribution space will include two loading docks, two drive-in doors, 32' clear height, and 137 car parking spaces.

The building will allow for Yamazen's future expansion of staff as it grows its three main divisions: machinery, tooling and automation, in the coming years.

The project team consists of Krusinski Construction Co. as general contractors, Ketone Partners as owner representative, Cornerstone Architects, Ltd. as architect, and V3 Companies, Ltd. as civil engineer.