Gordon N. Ball, Inc.
General Engineering Contractors
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What We Do
A Heavy Highway General Engineering Construction Company – Who Does More Than Most
Site Grading & Underground
We perform all types of earthwork grading, and the more difficult and complex , the better. We excel at grading projects with difficult access, challenging geometrics, major instability, and overall complexity. We are very experienced with all other facets of grading and underground work, and have proven ourselves many times over.
Structural Concrete / Structural Steel
The key to the competitiveness and abilities of Gordon N. Ball, Inc. is that we have the whole package. Along with our earthwork grading & underground experience, we excel and self perform construction of all types of heavy structural components, including post tensioned highway bridges, precast concrete bridges, retaining walls, soldier pile walls, concrete or structural steel pedestrian and railroad bridges. We have successfully completed structures under some of the most challenging circumstances imaginable, allowing us to apply our experience to future projects that include heavy civil structure work
Damage Repair & Restoration
Our firm has completed a vast number of damage repair projects, including slide repairs, structural concrete repairs, underground facility repairs, and wetland/riparian restorations. Owners have contacted us directly to perform challenging emergency repair projects because of their confidence in and knowledge of our ability to perform. We have successfully delivered, on time and under budget, an extensive number of projects. Our experience working in environmentally challenging wetland and riparian restoration is very credible, having successfully worked in just about every sensitive environment that exists in Northern California.
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What Owners Say
Thank you everyone for making this happen! Pat, Mike and Paul, your long days and hard work was very much appreciated, couldn't have asked for better crews to participate!Project Ontime Stephanie Azzolino -Webcor Builders
It was a pleasure working with you from May through October on the many facets of this project.Complex Project Owner
Everyone involved with the wetland restoration project did an outstanding job of moving a great quantity of dirt with very little disruption.Wetland Restoration Government Official
We would like to express our appreciation for the workmanlike attitude and professionalism your company demonstrated in constructing this important improvement in our City.Grading Work City Official
Who We Are
Hal E. Stober President
Hal Stober is a civil engineer whose career path includes time as an employee at Ball, Ball & Brosamer Inc., Ghilotti Brothers Inc., and Ghilotti Construction Company. In 1995 he acquired an interest in Gordon N. Ball, Inc., and is currently the President.
Jeffrey M. Jones Vice President and Operations Manager
Jeffrey M. Jones is the current Vice President and Operations Manager for the company. Jeff Jones’ background includes over 15 years experience in the industry, including Granite Construction and private development.
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What We've Done
Our experience is building our future
Gordon N. Ball, Inc. has been involved in almost every major public works project in recent Bay Area history, including the new San Francisco Oakland Bay Bridge, the San Francisco Mission Bay Development, the Lake Tahoe Erosion Control Program, the new Devil’s Slide Tunnel, the SFPUC Hetch Hetchy Water System Upgrade, the BART extension to San Jose, and the new Caldecott Tunnel 4th Bore. While successfully performing these challenging projects, we have also completed urban park improvements, wetland reconstruction and development, riparian stream reconstruction, street & highway improvements, school site construction, commercial site improvements, and multiple major railroad grade separation projects.
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