Don Kirk Construction, Inc. helped with design and constructed our store building in 2002.  Don did a magnificent job.
He coordinated partial removal of our old building, keeping us in business while construction was in progress.  He worked well with the subs to make sure they completed their portions of the building on time.  One sub even reduced their price of completion because of efficiency provided on the job site. 
There was little to no waste material do to efficient construction methods and ideas.  The job site was always kept extremely clean.  The project was completed in a timely manner and within budget.
I could not be more pleased with the final results.  Don would be first choice if I was to have another construction project.

-Thomas Kerr, President
  Kerr Hardware, Inc.

Don Kirk was selected as the general contractor for the construction of the Brookings Seventh-day Adventist Church which was completed in 2005.
He played a key role in the design of the 19,000 square foot, three story structure providing the maximum usability of our limited building site.  His design created, not only an attractive, but very efficient and user friendly space.  His experience and knowledge of building techniques allowed for a cost effective construction where every dime counted.  The $2,500,000 project was completed within the projected time and with great satisfaction.
I have no reservations in recommending Don Kirk as and exceptional general contractor.

-Janice Winslow, Treasurer
Member of the Building Committee

Last Summer when the City of Brookings was renovating Easy Manor Park I called several contractors, seeking bids for the considerable amount of concrete flatwork that needed to be done at the park.  We needed accessible access routes around the play structure and to the restrooms and the entire play structure area needed a slab beneath it.
The slab needed to be graded ever so slightly so it would allow water to drain away, rather than build up under the rubber fall tiles.  
Two of the contractors gave me bids, Don Kirk offered to get it done for material cost only by using his own crew and convincing other contractors to help out.  I was skeptical, we were on a strict time schedule and I was concerned if we used volunteer labor we would not meet our time frame.  Don assured me that he could get it done, and he did, refusing to take credit for all that he accomplished!  Thanks to Don's generous offer the City saved a minimum of $15,000.00 on labor alone, he also managed to convince some of the suppliers to adjust their prices to help out with the project.
This is only one project that I was personally involved with, I believe that Don has been involved in many other civic projects over the years.

-LauraLee Gray, Building Official