KMC Partners offer a unique construction management business that focus’ on client’s success. Our client who is expanding from Australia into North American has been able to navigate all obstacles thanks to Josh Kuzma and Jamie McDonald’s collaborative foresight and professionalism. Their ability to quickly comprehend and immerse themselves into projects are skills we hope you can experience. We are based in Australia and have effortlessly worked with KMC Partners across multiple American States with great respect and admiration. Our journey will continue with KMC Partners, and we recommend you explore and test your unique requirements with Josh & Jamie, allowing you to also build with confidence.
Darren Hose
I have served as Jamie and Josh’s business consultant for the year before they started KMC Partners. From the start, I was impressed by their professionalism in planning for their business. They were clearly passionate about their work and clients. Throughout the process of starting the company, they were exceptionally organized and moved forward swiftly. They have a true partnership complementing each other’s expertise, skills, and aptitudes. As a result, they have been among my most impressive clients.
Erika Tapp Duran
I really enjoyed working with Josh Kuzma. Quite frankly, he was a lifesaver in terms of my sanity with this project. I would highly recommend KMC Partners to anyone who asks. Josh was always upfront and available to me/us, which was very refreshing and much needed on this project. After working with him, I can attest to Josh’s work ethic and knowledge of the industry. I would recommend KMC to any colleagues who are thinking about moving or renovating.

I would recommend KMC to any colleagues who are thinking about moving or renovating.
Guy D’Andrea, Esq.
The pre-construction services that Josh and his company were on board for brought a strong collaborative mentality into the traditional Owner/Architect/Contractor arrangement and carried that throughout the construction process.

From the review of the SD drawings and the initial cost estimate, it was clear that Josh and his team's knowledge of the industry was invaluable. They were able to use this knowledge to bridge the owner and architect sensibilities by working with us to both plan out certain aspects of the project and submit pricing estimates for specific materials and construction details. For example, during the design process, they brought a millworker to our office to review the various architectural concepts we had for a feature wall in the space. As a result, we were able to work with the specific trade prior to finalizing the design to provide suggestions about constructability and detailing. This provided to be very efficient for the design team and provided more concrete pricing for the client.

During construction, there was always a consideration for the architecture in conjunction with the schedule and budget of the client. Josh and his team would make sure to include the architect in discussions when design and construction challenges arose. This ability to bring the parties together and understand what was important for each of them is a tremendous strength that can be seen in the high-quality finished product that Josh's team delivered.

An example of this was when Josh's team proposed a variation on an interior curtain wall design that differed from the original design. The team worked together to develop a solution that was both easier to construct and maintained the design sensibilities that we, as the architect, cared about. In the end, this type of collaboration provided a more clean and aesthetically pleasing solution than the original design. We valued this willingness to bring the contractor, sub-contractor, and architect together to determine the best approach to satisfy all parties.
Chuck Nawoj