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    Oklahoma Strong.
    See how a home can stand up to the storm. Dolese is leading the way in fortified construction by partnering with local homebuilders to construct Oklahoma City’s first fortified homes out of Dolese products.
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    A Foundation to Grow On
    From a sparse lot to a bustling campus, see how Chesapeake used Dolese products to build a stunning campus and corporate headquarters.
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    Older Than Oklahoma
    Get a glimpse of Dolese’s history – rooted in Oklahoma Territory with a mission that remains unchanged to this day.
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    Continuous Improvement
    Dolese's new crushed stone plant in Hartshorne, OK illustrates our commitment to progress through efficiency and technology.
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    Spanning the Mississippi
    The John James Audubon Bridge, made with Dolese concrete, opens as the largest cable-stayed bridge in North America.
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    The Devon Tower
    50 Stories of Dolese's concrete rise high into the OKC skyline. It was the State's longest continuous concrete pour – and one of our proudest moments.


Founded in the earliest days of Oklahoma's statehood, Dolese Bros. Co. has more than 100 years of experience in taking the state's raw rock and transforming it into the roads, bridges, skyscrapers and foundations throughout Oklahoma and Louisiana. With more than 70 facilities and 1,000+ employees in two states, we have the history, experience and manpower to get you whatever you need.

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John James Audubon Bridge

From two plants, Dolese provided over 200,000 cubic yards of concrete to help construct the longest cable-stayed bridge in the Western Hemisphere.  The John James Audubon Bridge spans the Mississippi River between Pointe Coupee Parish and West Feliciana Parish in south central Louisiana.