Gordon Named to Methodist Family Health Foundation Board

Posted 08.22.19

The Methodist Family Health Foundation is honored to welcome Clay Gordon  (pictured far right) to our board of directors.

Clay is a partner and vice president at Kinco Constructors. His personal passion of helping youth in his community aligns with his personal faith, and he hopes to help Methodist Family Health serve more youth during his board tenure. Clay and his wife, Kelli Stauffer Gordon, daughters Hannah and Elizabeth and son James live in Conway.

We appreciate Clay for his commitment and contributions to the Arkansas children and families we care for each day!

Farmington Project Featured on 5 News

Posted 06.13.19

The Farmington School District athletic facilities project for which Kinco is the construction manager was featured on 5 News, the local CBS affiliate on Wednesday. The project features a new turf football/soccer field, a track and field facility, a multipurpose indoor facility, locker rooms, a concession stand, bleachers, and a press box. It will be open for the start of the school year, as promised.

See the story HERE


Students Attend Fall Protection Demo in Farmington

Posted 04.02.19

A fall protection demonstration was held on Tuesday, April 2, 2019  at Kinco’s Farmington Public Schools athletic complex job site. There were 60 students from Farmington in attendance in addition to 50 construction professionals.

Kinco Honored to Receive Corporate Giving Award

Posted 03.07.19

Kinco Constructors was presented the Smart Corporate giving award on Thursday, March 6, 2019 at the 31st Annual Business of the Year Awards. A special thank you to Methodist Family health for their nomination of Kinco. Kinco truly treasures the work that Methodist Family Health does each day for Arkansas.

Follow the link for more information and a video from the event: Smart Corporate Giving Award Article and Video


Kinco holds Appreciation Event and Dixon Retirement Party

Posted 03.05.19

On February 28, Kinco held an awesome appreciation event in Springdale where  the career of Lodie Dixon was also recognized. Lodie recently retired after having worked for Kinco for just under 40 years as a superintendent. (Kinco is 45 years old.) He started his career in the Little Rock office before moving to Springdale after Kinco opened an office there over 25 years ago.

Thank you to all that were able to attend the event last week. You are truly appreciated. And thank you to Lodie for his “building excellence” over the past 39 years that has set a standard for all that follow to try to achieve.

Kinco Projects win ABC Excellence in Construction Awards

Posted 02.19.19

The Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) of Arkansas recently announced that two Kinco Constructors projects won their categories for the 2019 Excellence in Construction Awards competition. The Methodist Family Health Psychiatric Residential Treatment Center won the Healthcare $10 to $15 million category and Garland Elementary won the Historical Restoration/Renovation $5 to $10 million category. ABC will honor these projects at the Excellence in Construction Awards Banquet on April 27th at their state convention in Rogers.

Methodist Family Health

Garland Elementary

Methodist Manse Project Recognized by Preserve Arkansas

Posted 01.28.19

Preserve Arkansas recognized Historic Cane Hill on Jan. 25, 2019 with the 2018 Excellence in Preservation Award for restoration of the Methodist Manse. Kinco was honored to be a part of this project.

Methodist Family Health Dedicates New Facility

Posted 10.18.18

Methodist Family Health dedicated their new 34,000 square foot psychiatric residential treatment center on Tuesday, October 16, 2018. The facility is on the campus of the Methodist Children’s Home in Little Rock. The project was constructed using the design-build delivery method and was completed months ahead of what was originally desired. Kinco Constructors served as the construction manager and was joined by Polk Stanley Wilcox Architects.

Zvers Named Kinco Constructor of the Year

Posted 10.12.18

Eriks Zvers (L) was named Kinco Constructor of the Year at the company’s annual Bull Roast. Eriks is a superintendent based out of Kinco’s Springdale office. He is currently the superintendent for the Climb Bentonville project and upon completion of that job he will move on to oversee renovation of the Alpha Delta Pi house on the campus of the University of Arkansas. Erik’s is a cutting edge superintendent who takes full advantages of technologies such as Procore and techniques such as lean construction. Additionally, Eriks is always willing to share his knowledge with others throughout the company. Congratulations Eriks.

Kinco Safety Director Speaks at OSHA Conference

Posted 09.25.18

Kinco Safety Director Jeff Olmsted joined Brandon McDermott and Raymond Towne at the OSHA Construction Safety & Health Conference in Houston, Texas on September 13, 2018 to give a presentation titled, “Mythys of Heat Illness Etiology.” The presentation discussed heat stress in context, thermal physiology, and prevention, recognition, and treatment while discussing myths VS evidence. Finally, what really works was discussed. To learn more, please contact Jeff Olmsted at  jolmsted@kinco.net.