Building Excellence Since 1973

When L.A. “Jack” Kinnaman founded Kinco Constructors in 1973 he built it around the belief and passion for performing construction work with excellence. Jack grew up in hard-working farming community of Puxico, Missouri where you either learned to farm or learned a trade. At nineteen Jack eloped with the homecoming queen and high school sweetheart, Phyllis. Suddenly faced with supporting a wife his only options were to join the wheat harvest or learn a building trade like his father. Jack chose construction.

After digging trenches for a large power plant project in Palestine, Arkansas Jack decided to attend night school learning civil engineering, surveying, and architecture at Washington University.  Jack was soon hired as a project manager at Gust K. Newberg Inc. based in Chicago. Jack and his young family moved to Little Rock, Arkansas in 1968 where he was serving as Project Manager on the new Baptist Medical Center. It did not take long for his family to fall in love with Little Rock, and by the time the project finished, they decided they wanted to make it home.

In 1973 they started Kinco Constructors, and formerly incorporated in 1974. The rest you can say is Our History…

Kinco Constructors Founded By L.A. Jack Kinnaman

Alter Hospital At Little Rock Air Force Base Becomes Kinco's First Renovation Project Completed For $37,000

Weyerhauser Distribution Center Completion Marks Kinco's First $1M Project

Kinco Enters The Healthcare Market With Construction Of The Newport Hospital

A 50-Ton P&H Hydraulic Crane Becomes Kinco's First Big Purchase

Kinco Completes The Popular Pavilion In The Park Building In Little Rock

Kinco Completes Wild River Country In Little Rock

Kinco's First Project In Northwest Arkansas, First Baptist Church Springdale, Hailed As The Largest Church In The State

Kinco Establishes Second Location In Springdale, Arkansas

Completed Residence Hall Renovations Mark The First University of Arkansas Project

Baxter County Regional Hospital Phases I & II Mark The First Kinco Project Over $10M

Kinco Constructs The Nationally Recognized Baum Stadium For Razorback Baseball

Kinco Completes The Iconic Campus For Arkansas State University Mountain Home

L.A. Jack Kinnaman Retires; Doug Wasson Named President/CEO

Kinco Starts Special Projects Division For Small Projects And Service Work

L.A. Jack Kinnaman Named To The Arkansas Construction Hall Of Fame

Kinco Completes Little Rock's Clinton National Airport Parking Deck

Kinco Relocates Little Rock Office To 12600 Lawson Road

$11.3M University of Arkansas John McDonnel Outdoor Track & Field Facility Completed In A Record 149 Days

Kinco Completes State Of The Art Eureka Springs High School In Northwest Arkansas

Using Lean Building Techniques, Kinco Completes 1960s University of Arkansas Monticello Bankston Hall Renovation And Addition In Three Months

Kinco Completes Massive 245,000 sqft 14-Bay Hanger For Dassault Falcon Jet

Kinco Completes UAMS West Family Medical Center In Fort Smith

Kinco Completes Ortho Arkansas Medical Office Building In Little Rock

Kinco Wins The Associated General Contractors Of America Willis Towers Watson Safety Award

Arkansas Community Foundation Recognizes Kinco With Smart Corporate Giving Award

Hunt Family Baseball Development Center at the University of Arkansas Completed by Kinco

Kinco Celebrates 50th Anniversary


Clay Gordon Named President; William Fletcher Named CFO/COO; Doug Wasson Remains CEO

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The Legacy Continues...