This project for DTMR (Darling Downs District) involves the replacement of four existing 1200mm diameter reinforced concrete pipe culverts with six 3600mm x 1500 mm reinforced concrete box culverts together with up and downstream channel excavation to meet design flood objectives and alterations to public utility plant.
This project for BCC involves the upgrade of a busy intersection within inner city Brisbane. Works include the installation of a new stormwater drainage network within the confines of the existing roads and across and adjacent to heritage listed tram lines.
This project for DTMR involves the construction of a new concrete cast in place pile bridge on a new alignment to replace the existing timber structure. Included within works; construction of new bridge and approaches, drainage, earthworks, pavement, surfacing and demolition of existing structure.
For a 3rd year Doval has been a benefactor of the Logan City Tertiary Educational Bursary Program. We wish our sponsored student, Georgia McCosker, all the best with her future studies.
This project for the Department of Transport and Main Roads involves the rehabilitation of approximately 4km of existing road through the in-situ foamed bitumen stabilisation of the subbase and basecourse pavement layers.
This project for DTMR involves the upgrade of the North St legs of the Ruthven St and North St intersection to incorporate on road cycling provisions, dual right turn lanes (from North St) and upgrading the existing kerb ramps.
This project for Transurban involves the construction of two Cycle Parks, within the BCC and LCC geographics, including the supply of architectural features representing several iconic pieces of infrastructure e.g. the "Red Bridge" in LCC and the Gateway Bridge in BCC.
Another excellent result during our 3rd party accreditation to ISO9001:2015, ISO14001:2015, ISO45001:2017 and AS/NZS 4801:2001, with the auditors remarking “Doval continues to show a high level of commitment and improvement of its IMS processes”.
Congratulations to the Nerang-Murwillumbah Batter Slips Restoration Works project team who received this prestigious award during a ceremony in Canberra on 22/11/2019.
This project for DTMR involves road widening for the creation of a dedicated turn lane. Inclusive of earthworks, pavement construction, drainage, retaining wall, signs and pavement markings.
This project for LCC involves the signalisation of the existing intersection including localised road widening, new street lighting, upgrade of existing drainage infrastructure and the asphalt overlay of the existing intersection. The upgrade aims to reduce traffic queue lengths on the Logan Motorway off ramp during peak hours.
This project for LCC involves the upgrade of existing together with the construction of new pipe culvert stormwater drainage networks to increase the flood immunity of dwellings located on several suburban roads within Beenleigh.
For the 8th year in succession Doval has been nominated as a finalist in the annual CCF Earth Awards.
This project for Queensland Rail involves the stabilisation of 2 failed existing slopes through a combination of: the excavation and removal of fill, colluvium and residual soil, the installation of soil nails, slope drainage and shotcrete, the installation of rockfill, the replacement of existing culverts and the construction of a double-row bored piled wall.
This project for BCC involves the provision of a new link from the existing Kessels Road and MacGregor Street intersection through Player Street and the amendment of existing lane configurations to facilitate this. Works also include the upgrade of the existing Player Street and Pickworth Street intersection.
This project for BCC involves the provision of a dedicated right-turn lane on Chatsworth Road into Boundary Road, installing a fully controlled right-turn on both Chatsworth Road and Samuel Street and widening Chatsworth Road and Samuel Street to allow for an additional through lane in the westbound direction.
This project for BCC involves raising road levels to improve overall flood resilience, upgrading substandard curves in the road, constructing new road pavement to extend Marine Road to the new cruise ship terminal, widening narrow sections of road to improve safety, relocating utility services and road resurfacing works.
This project for LCC involves the construction of new pipe and box culvert stormwater drainage networks to increase the flood immunity of dwellings located within: Dryandra Drive, Dampier Avenue & River Hills Road, Eagleby.
We are proud to announce that we have been successful in our application for inclusion on both the Tier 1 and Tier 2 panels of Logan City Council’s Civil Construction Services Panel Arrangement. We look forward to continuing to build on the strong working relationship established between LCC and Doval under the previous panel arrangement.
This project for Transurban involves rectifying defects identified on the Logan Motorway following Level 2 inspections. The works include inter alia; RC barrier joint replacements, reinforced concrete crack repairs, the removal of sediment and vegetation, sealing existing culverts and the installation of new fencing.
As part of our ongoing Safety, Quality and Environmental Management accreditation a surveillance audit was conducted by Compass Assurance Services in February 2019. For the fourth year running this audit returned zero minor or major non-conformances.
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.
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.
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.
Another successful audit with the OFSC auditor commenting “it was clear that Doval was committed to meeting the expectations of the OFSC".
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.
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.
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
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.
Gaining and maintaining customer confidence with an ISO 9001 management system independently audited as being of the highest standard.
Committed to industry best practice we continually improve the awareness and mitigation of risks through our ISO 14001 accredited environmental management system.
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.read more
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.read more
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.read more
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.”
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.”
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.”
Doval worked collaboratively and proactively with the Superintendent to progress the project in a timely manner."
Overall performance and relationships with Client and stakeholders were highly effective."