Doyle Construction History
Jamie Doyle and Joe Chapman have been working together on the Island of Martha’s Vineyard since 1980 when they were part of the Weatherly Company crew building the Kennedy – Onassis Estate. Jamie and Joe started and incorporated Doyle Construction in 1984 as a builder of custom homes on the Island of Martha’s Vineyard. Neal Galligan started with Doyle Construction in 1985 and became one of the company owners in 1988. Beverly Mazza joined Doyle Construction in 1995 as the Office Manager. For over 25 years Neal, Joe, Jamie, and their dedicated staff of office and able site employees have been building up Doyle Construction as a company known for the highest level of ethical practice, craftsmanship, quality construction, and project management capability in the construction of fine custom homes on the Island of Martha’s Vineyard.
From Ocean Park to Chappaquiddick to the North Shore, Doyle Construction has built significant homes that highlight the company’s exceptional attention to construction details, project management expertise that ensures schedule, budget, and quality control, and the ability to master a diverse range of architectural styles.
Neal, Joe, and Jamie each have more than 30 years of construction experience, including hands-on experience in the fine home building industry, and together have successfully completed of more than 50 crafted homes and major renovations on the Island of Martha’s Vineyard. Over the past quarter century Doyle Construction, together with their committed crew of talented employee craftsman, office staff, suppliers, and subcontractors has built an unmatched reputation of excellence in complete project execution, professional integrity, and teamwork in the Construction Industry.
Doyle Construction’s work has been featured in numerous publications, including Architectural Digest, House and Garden, Design New England, and Builder Magazine (Merit Award). In addition, Doyle Construction’s work has been spotlighted on the PBS television show This Old House and received two AIA New England Design Awards.