Doval Constructions (Qld) Ltd has been trading for over forty years.

RECENT NEWS

New Contract - Waterworks Road Upgrade-Trout Street to Beth Eden Terrace

New Contract - Waterworks Road Upgrade-Trout Street to Beth Eden Terrace


This project for BCC involves widening sections of Waterworks Road between Trout Street and Ashgrove Avenue to provide two through-traffic lanes, constructing a dedicated left-turn lane into Ashgrove Avenue and extending the right-turn lane into Stewart Road together with widening the section of Stewart Road between Waterworks Road and Harry Street to provide an additional right-turn lane into Waterworks Road.

March 2019

DTMR Prequalification Upgrade

DTMR Prequalification Upgrade


We are pleased to advise that our financial prequalification for the Department of Transport and Main Roads (DTMR) has been upgraded to F75. Our full DTMR prequalification now stands at R4B3F75.

March 2019

New Contract  - Normanby Fiveways Bikeway Lighting and Upgrade Project – Stage 2

New Contract - Normanby Fiveways Bikeway Lighting and Upgrade Project – Stage 2


This project for BCC involves the introduction of new lighting and implementation of safety improvements to an existing concrete bikeway. The protection of significant flora during construction works is of paramount importance.

January 2019

Federal Safety Audit

Federal Safety Audit


Another successful audit with the OFSC auditor commenting “it was clear that Doval was committed to meeting the expectations of the OFSC".

January 2019

New Contract  - D'Aguilar Highway Pavement Rehabilitation (Woodford)

New Contract - D'Aguilar Highway Pavement Rehabilitation (Woodford)


This project for DTMR involves the rehabilitation of approximately 3.5km of the D'Aguilar Highway between Caboolture and Kilcoy primarily through insitu foamed bitumen stabilisation techniques.

January 2019

New Contract – Woolloongabba Bikeway Project and Kangaroo Point Bikeway Project Section 1C (Woolloongabba)

New Contract - Woolloongabba Bikeway Project and Kangaroo Point Bikeway Project Section 1C (Woolloongabba)


This project for BCC consists of the construction of bike lanes, separated bikeways, upgrading and improving traffic safety on intersections and upgrading existing traffic lanes along Stanley Street and Annerley Road.

November 2018

New Contract  - Lochaber Creek Timber Bridge Replacement (Mundubbera)

New Contract - Lochaber Creek Timber Bridge Replacement (Mundubbera)


This project for DTMR involves the replacement of the existing timber bridge with a new 3 x 19m span concrete bridge including the reconstruction of the existing approaches; construction of a temporary side-track and realignment of the Malmoe Road intersection.

November 2018

New Contract – Bruce Highway Safety Package CH34.89KM to CH58.50KM - Shoulder Works (Beerwah)

New Contract – Bruce Highway Safety Package CH34.89KM to CH58.50KM - Shoulder Works (Beerwah)


This project for DTMR involves the installation of outer shoulder safety barriers on the Bruce Highway comprising both w-beam and wire rope systems together with shoulder widening works to facilitate the installation of these new barriers.

September 2018

New Contract  - Hanlon Park Pipe Remediation (Tanah Merah)

New Contract - Hanlon Park Pipe Remediation (Tanah Merah)


This project for Transurban involves the remediation of an existing stormwater culvert beneath and adjacent to the Logan motorway to prevent progressive subsidence. Major work activities involve relining of the defective culvert and grout filling existing voids.

September 2018

New Contract  - Kirkwood Lavender Intersection Upgrade (Gladstone)

New Contract - Kirkwood Lavender Intersection Upgrade (Gladstone)


This project for Gladstone Regional Council involves primarily the replacement of the existing intersection configuration with a signalised intersection and repairing the existing bebo arch pavement and guardrail system.

September 2018

ISO 45001 Accreditation

ISO 45001 Accreditation


Doval Constructions has recently undergone a 3rd Party certification audit against the new International ISO 45001 Standard achieving zero non-conformances and putting Doval at the leading edge of Safety Certification in Australia

September 2018

Earth Awards Winner

CCF Earth Awards - Excellence in Civil Construction - Winner


Congratulations to all involved in the delivery of the Mt Crosby Weir Pier & Sluice Gate Replacement project, which won its category at the Queensland 2018 CCF Earth Awards - Excellence in Civil Construction.

September 2018

Successful Transurban Panel Application

Successful Transurban Panel Application


We are proud to announce our inclusion on Transurban Queensland’s Civil Works Panel. We look forward to building on our already strong relationship with Transurban Queensland and contributing towards the ongoing maintenance of some of Brisbane’s most critical road infrastructure to ensure more efficient and safer travel.

August 2018

Supporting Women in Civil

Supporting Women in Civil


As part of Dovals ongoing commitment to growing and improving the Civil Construction Industry, Doval recently showed our support by becoming a Supporter and Sponsor of 'Women in Civil' championed by the CCF. Along with a night celebrating the progress made in this area in recent years, the CCF hopes the awareness will encourage more women into this traditionally male heavy space and Doval is fully supportive of this movement.

June 2018

About
OUR COMPANY

Doval was incorporated in 1977 and is 100% owned by the directors who have a hands-on approach and passion for civil engineering. We focus on the technically difficult and higher risk projects, using our inhouse expertise to deliver these safely through skilled planning and execution. Our project teams comprise qualified civil engineers, supervisors and leading hands. Doval invests in the professional development of our personnel and a minimum of a Certificate IV in Civil Construction is required for all our onsite supervisors.

Proactive Health and Safety Management

The safety of our employees, clients, subcontractors and the public is our number one priority - our health and safety management system has achieved AS/NZS 4801 and Australian Federal Safety Accreditation

Maximising Local Industry Participation

Doval understands the importance and value of local industry participation. We typically target more than 80% of our contract value to be performed by local subcontractors and suppliers.

Highest Quality Outcomes

Gaining and maintaining customer confidence with an ISO 9001 management system independently audited as being of the highest standard.

Excellence in Environmental Protection

Committed to industry best practice we continually improve the awareness and mitigation of risks through our ISO 14001 accredited environmental management system.

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Number of current contracts

41

Years in operation

0

Federal Safety Non-Conformances

22

Engineers in Doval’s Employ

Memberships and accreditations:

Doval - Certifications

Doval - Certifications

Doval - Certifications

Leading the industry in Civil Engineering and Building Construction with exceptional people, experience and management systems striving to ensure unsurpassed outcomes.

Doval Team

Organisation Structure

Doval retains a core of senior engineers, supervisors, office staff and maintenance/yard personnel to efficiently carry out their operations. As the demands of a particular project may require, further suitably qualified and experienced staff are recruited.

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Our Team

Doval Online Training

Doval Online Training

Safety should be discussed and understood while working on site. Our industry leading system ensures that you understand all the controls regarding the work you need to perform. By completing the relevant exams on this system you will have a proven understanding of the SWMS and other relevant documents.

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Online Inductions

Directors

Directors

Bernard Giraud, Ben Dyson and Stephen Beck form the core component of our Senior Management Team, each bringing their own vat of experience and knowledge.

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Senior Management

Morton Bay Council

Excellent commitment and attitude to working relationships within the contractual environment. Doval’s cooperation with MBRC has been outstanding and there has not been a single complaint.”

Scott McIntyre
Moreton Bay Regional Council (South Pine Road Upgrade)
Queensland Government

I have found Doval to be a thoroughly professional organisation who produced a high quality product, on time and to the satisfaction of the Client. The site staff in particular were easy to deal with, well organised, and above all were highly dependable and trustworthy.”

Paul McCormack
Department of Transport and Main Roads (The Gap Park ‘n’ Ride)
Mackay Regional Council

Doval worked well as a team, were easy to deal with and provided very good communications. With a short timeframe Doval showed a willingness to get the job done which was pleasing.”

Justin Harris
Mackay Regional Council (Milton & Graffunder Streets rehabilitation)
Translink

Doval worked collaboratively and proactively with the Superintendent to progress the project in a timely manner."

David Warnock
Translink
Project: Cooroy - Noosa Bus Stop Upgrade
Brisbane City Council

Overall performance and relationships with Client and stakeholders were highly effective."

Chris McCormick
Brisbane City Council
Project: Seventeen Miles Rocks & Duporth Intersection Upgrade

Preferred supplier to:

  • Queensland Government
  • Brisbane City Council
  • Moreton Bay Regional Council
  • SEQ Water
  • Queensland Rail
  • Logan City Council and Mackay Regional Council