Great work begins with great ideas.
The MKS team brings value to your project from the moment an idea intersects a need. We begin by listening carefully to your needs and ideas. When we are involved from the very beginning, our team can brainstorm solutions, explore a multitude of options and challenge assumptions. We’ll work alongside you to transform your idea into a master plan that meets your needs. By working closely with you, we can tailor a plan-design-construction experience that ensures the best value. At MKS we have a proven track record of delivering great work built on great ideas.
North Webster Library
MKS is a leader in plan-design-build construction. Family owned and operated since 1892, we’ve turned vision into reality through thousands of projects and transformed skylines across northeast Indiana. We’ve changed the landscape with new industrial facilities, houses of worship, health-care facilities, senior-care residences, college campuses and office buildings.
Our single-source approach saves clients time, trouble and money. We deliver expert assistance with site selection, zoning and permitting, planning, design and construction management.
"We love working with Michael Kinder & Sons. They have become part of our family at Indiana Tech. The Kinders themselves are involved from start to finish in every job they do, going out of their way to make sure we're getting first class quality. We have worked with numerous competitors over the years and definitely see a difference working with MKS!"
Director of Building & Grounds, Indiana Tech
"We enjoy working with MKS and the quality and work that they bring will enable us to continue to grow here in Fort Wayne."
Chief Financial Officer, Brotherhood Mutual
- Health Care / Senior Living
- Public / Government
Boys & Girls Club Demo Event
Take a look into the Demolition Event that was held at the Boys & Girls Club of Fort Wayne on Feb. 14th, 2018. This day was the first step to a new future for many kids in the Fort Wayne Community! Keep your eyes peeled for updates on this…