Started in 1977, JMCC values the basic tenets of honesty, old world craftsmanship and careful stewardship of the owner’s investment. We specialize in working with owners and architects who also value these basic principles.
We can assist with design services or the process of recommending and selecting the appropriate architect or designer when necessary.
JMCC is proud to support these organizations.
Construction of the pedestrian bridge at the Madrona Woods Restoration.
The Joseph and Jill McKinstry Libraries Endowed Fellowship at the University of Washington. Joe & Jill shown here with Susie Chin, the 2004 recipient.
Joseph McKinstry and family working for Habitat for Humanity in Mexico.
Joseph McKinstry and family working for Habitat for Humanity in Africa.
Rainier Valley Food Bank – To provide healthy food for our hungry neighbors. Our vision is a hunger–free Rainier Valley. Joe is serving as a Board member.
Path with Art – Transforming the lives of people recovering from homelessness, addiction, and other trauma by harnessing the power of creative engagement as a bridge to community and a path to stability. Joe is serving as a board member.
New Futures – Partners with families in their communities and educators to ensure that children succeed in school and in life.
Childhaven – A nonprofit organization in King County dedicated to the mission of healing the young and vulnerable.
Habitat for Humanity of Seattle/South King County – Partners with community volunteers and organizations to build affordable housing for low-income families and help build stronger communities at home and around the world.
Joseph and Jill McKinstry Libraries Endowed Fellowship at the University of Washington – To encourage and support underrepresented students from Native American, Hispanic American, African American, Asian American and Hawaiian/Pacific Islander heritages who wish to pursue a career in academic librarianship.