Doyle Construction is staffed by some of the most dedicated and talented professionals in the construction industry, focused on meeting the needs of our clients, regardless of complexity or difficulty.

Doyle Construction's project managers are involved throughout the entire project cycle, from the initial stages of design to completion. Therefore, our team is equipped to immediately address any construction changes that may affect cost estimates or project schedules.

David Doyle is founder, CEO and president of Doyle Construction Inc., a leader in commercial and industrial construction. He has worked as a project manager in the Bay Area for several new ground-up buildings and tenant improvement projects, served as the general manager for Legacy Partners Commercial, in Foster City, Ca., and held project management positions with several prestigious Northern California general construction companies. He holds a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Building Construction Management from Michigan State University, completed various courses at San Jose State University and enrolled in a local business program at The Aji Network. Mr. Doyle is the regional contact for all matters related to commercial and industrial construction services and construction management. He has been married since 1992 and has a twenty year-old daughter and fifteen-year-old son.

To learn more of the personal side of David, including his philosophy of care, check out the Fast 50 article printed in the Business Journal. You can also reach David via email or at 510.687.1771.

Doyle Construction believes in giving back to the community and getting involved in local non-profits. There are two in particular that we support on a regular basis.

TVC’s mission is to preserve open space. We are NOT anti-growth; we are controlled growth. By holding conservation easements into perpetuity, we prevent future unmanaged development on land in the TriValley. After all, that’s why most of us live in the Tri-Valley! Because of the open space. To find out more visit their website at
M3 was founded from a small life group/bible study group several years ago. The founder, Steve Toyama, organized a group of guys to help out a widow in need, after suffering a catastrophic loss of her husband. After that, the group felt a bit unfilled, as they wanted to help more widows in similar situations. Thus, Missing Man Ministry was formed. In January of 2015, I was appointed to the Board, as a director. Currently I oversee all construction projects for the group, participate in fundraising including our annual fundraiser, and other miscellaneous duties. To find out more visit their website at