Land surveying is a scientific method used to determine a property's boundaries and the dimensions between them.
Structural engineers ensure that buildings are strong and stable enough to handle appropriate structural loads, to ensure they are safe for use.
Geotechnical engineering investigates ground conditions to determine appropriate soil or rock properties to use in the design of structures.
Resource management is an integral part of any development project which involves consultation with a number of stakeholders throughout a project.
Civil engineers design, construct, project manage and commission a range of facilities and infrastructure, such as bridges, roads and pipe networks.
Our Environmental team is primarily focused on the investigation and management of contaminated land.
Our history began in Christchurch in 1932. In over 85 years there have been a number of significant dates which have contributed to DO today.
Our people are key to the success of the company. They bring a wealth of experience to DO enabling us to create better solutions for our clients.
Would you like to work for Davis Ogilvie? Current available positions within our four South Island wide offices are included here.
At Davis Ogilvie, we believe we have an obligation to ensure we benefit society – both now and in the future.