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Agape Construction Company - About

Who We Are

Agape Construction, founded by Kevin O'Brien in 1985, is an Award-Winning Design and Build Firm located in Kirkwood, Missouri. Teaming up with talented and nationally recognized architect, Laurie Smith, Agape has the ability to take clients from concept to completion.

Our Design & Build team has over 200 years of combined Remodeling and new Custom Home Building Experience. Well-known for the outstanding quality of their work, attention to detail and dedication to our homeowners’ satisfaction. Agape's craftsmen and skilled tradesmen are the finest in the area. Our goal is to be the most trusted and ethical Remodeler / Builder in the St. Louis area.

Our Mission Statement

To do everything as if we are doing it for the Lord: To the best of our abilities, with absolute honesty, and with the interest of others forefront in our minds.

Employment Opportunities

We are always looking for talented Carpenters to add to our Team.
Click here to see our current employment opportunities!

What We Do

Design and Build Construction including in-house services of a licensed architect, licensed engineer, experienced project managers, and talented carpenters.

Agape Construction projects include:
  1. Total Renovations
  2. Smaller Projects
  3. Remodeling
  4. Room Additions
  5. Second Story Additions
  6. Custom Baths
  7. Gourmet Kitchens
  8. Interior Remodeling
  9. Custom New Homes
  10. Garages and Porches
  11. Custom Woodworking

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Discover how we can help make your dream space a reality with our Design and Build Process.

30 Years

Marketing Brochure

As part of our outreach package, we have formed a catalog of images of some our best work alongisde listings of our top sub-contractors and clients. Please click on the thumbnail below to view.

Where We've Been

Here's a map of our 250 most recent projects. We work all around the St. Louis metro area!

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