What we've been up to lately
Dolese Bros. Co. is delivering to the Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma by matching donations up to $20,000.
Come join the soldiers, citizens and families of the Lawton/Ft. Sill community on May 13 for an exciting and one-of-a-kind 5K, 8K and Fun Run at the Dolese "Richards Spur" quarry. All proceeds benefit soldier and family programs at Ft. Sill.
Oklahoma City-based Dolese Bros. Co. donated $5,300 to Marland Community Center Friends on Nov. 15. The donation will allow the center to replace broken heat and air units in the facility.
The Tulsa division of Dolese Bros. Co. won the Producer Quality in Excellence Award from the National Ready Mix Concrete Association at the NRMCA’s ConcreteWorks conference in Grapevine, Texas.
The National Ready Mixed Concrete Association (NRMCA) named Dolese Ready Mix Operations Manager Gaylan Towle the recipient of its first ever Safety Award at the NRMCA ConcreteWorks Conference in Grapevine, Texas last month.
Join Dolese Bros. Co. for a construction industry touch-a-truck community event on Saturday, Sept. 30! Rock the Block is a family fun event for children of all ages.
Come join the soldiers, citizens and families of the Lawton/Ft. Sill community on April 1 for an exciting and one-of-a-kind 5K, 8K and Fun Run at the Dolese "Richards Spur" quarry. All proceeds benefit soldier and family programs at Ft. Sill.
Through the door or across the equipment yard, current Dolese President Mark Helm didn't get very far when he started with the company before someone started filling him in on the Dolese story.
We are proud of our commitment to our communities. Aggregates Manager magazine asked Tom Dupuis about it last summer.
Did you know that Dolese is one of the top 15 crushed stone producers in the U.S.?
Dolese is proud to once again partner with the Nature Conservancy and other conservationists to protect natural resources.
The National Ready-Mixed Concrete Association (NRMCA) recently announced the winners of its 2013 Commitment to Environmental Excellence Awards. The program is co-sponsored by Concrete Products Magazine and offers producers recognition nationwide for making outstanding contributions to protecting our environment and maintaining sound environmental management practices.
In the Spring of 2011, Dolese added another branch to its operations in Oklahoma, acquiring one of Tulsa's major concrete companies.
Our quarry at Richards Spur has been a reliable and generous source of stone and aggregate materials for nearly a century, but it's also home to a very different natural resource: fossils.
Dolese's Midtown OKC Batch Plant was the first plant in Oklahoma to receive Green-Star Certification. We're proud of this achievement, and feel that it reflects our history and principles in a way that would make Mr. Dolese proud.
Dolese Bros. Co. was among six organizations honored for their collaborative approach to conservation on the Blue River at the 22nd Annual Environmental Excellence Celebration held Nov. 1, 2012, by Keep Oklahoma Beautiful.
2014 Producer Excellence In Quality
Department of Mines 2013 Inspector's Safety Award
2013 Environmental Excellence Awards
Department of Mines 2012 Inspector's Safety Award
2012 Certificate of Achievement in Safety Practices
2012 Environmental Excellence Awards
"It's how we've done it for more than a hundred years. And how we intend to do it for a hundred more."
Read about how we delivered on the massive Hobby Lobby distribution center project, check out the history of mixer trucks and learn about Dolese's new Quality Control Lab.
After the 2013 Moore Tornado, we helped blaze a new trail in fortified home construction. Learn about that, our new Graystone Brick, advances at Richards Spur and more.
Dolese delivered all the concrete for a recent mass expansion at WinStar World Casino and resort in Southern Oklahoma. We also pioneered worksite tool and supply delivery with our warehouse on wheels.
Summer of 2013 brought the celebration of the completion of the Audubon Bridge, and alongside that story you can read about Mixer Driver Max Segue's prison ministry, the prehistoric fossils found in our mines and Family Day in Louisiana.
The first online issue of the Conveyor, with the story of the Devon Tower, photos from Family Day 2012 and an in-depth look at the story of our patriarch, Roger Dolese.