Originally established in 1928 as W.H.Stokes & Sons Pty Ltd, Damien Stokes is the third generation of the Stokes family involved in the Building Industry. His foundations were laid during a 12 year “apprenticeship” with his father's construction company. During his time there he learnt the values that make a successful business.
With over 30 years of experience, John Wheeler has developed a broad depth of construction knowledge across all facets of the building industry. As the company has grown, John has never lost sight of the importance of remaining approachable, to clients, staff and subcontractors alike. This, combined with a moral approach to business, stands John in good stead with his industry peers.
In 1998, good friends Damien & John developed a kindred partnership, both echoing the same principles of integrity and professionalism in their ethos. Together they have strived to foster a company of excellent individuals into a team of excellence that is a leader in their market place.
QLD MASTER BUILDERS AWARDS
2019 – Regional Winner – Education Facilities up to $10m – Moreton Bay Boys College Library
Regional Winner – Community Facility – The Surrounds
Apprentice of the Year (Gold Coast) – Adam Stephan
2018 – State & Regional Winner – Residential Building over 3 storeys up to $20M – Main Beach Apartments
2018 – Regional Winner – Retail Facilities over $5M – Jaguar Land Rover – Gold Coast
2017 – State and Regional Winner Community Service Facilities – Mary, Mother of Mercy Church
2016 – Regional Winner Community Accommodation for Aged Care and Nursing Home – Jeta Gardens 72 Bed RAC
2015 – State and Regional Winner Community Service Facilities up to $5 million – Stella Maris Church
2015 – Regional Winner Tourism Facilities – Jupiters Hotel & Casino Pool Redevelopment
2011 – State and Regional Winner Tourism and Hospitality Facility – The Penguin Encounter Sea World
2011 – Regional Winner Health and Educational Facility – St Joseph’s Nudgee Junior College Library
2011 – Regional Winner Health and Educational Facility over $15 m – Auckland Place Aged Care
2008 – State and Regional Winner Community Service Facility $3m to $12m – Park Ridge Meeting House
2005 – State and Regional Winner Community Service Facility $3 to $12m – Karawatha Meeting House