Over 45 Years of General Construction Experience in Iowa
With a background of over forty-five years in the construction industry, Ball Team has the extensive commercial, industrial, medical, and hospitality experience necessary to provide the best-quality service to the Des Moines area. Whether you need a design-builder, general contractor experience, or construction management services, choose to Build With Ball.
Full-Service General Contractor
We pride ourselves on being a full-service contractor and construction services company, meaning we’ll work with you from concept to finished product, helping your vision become a reality without breaking the bank. But our high-quality performance is not sacrificed for our cost-effective practices. When you Build With Ball, you’ll find that our integrity and expertise offers you the best of both worlds — a quality building or project that exceeds your expectations at a price you can afford. Contact us to start your next project with a reliable and experienced general contracting company in Iowa.
Our Safety Mission: OSHA Certified
Safety is the center of all our operations here at Ball Team. It is our mission to provide a safe project environment for our clients, contractors, and managers, which is why all of our project personnel have earned their 30-hour OSHA Safety Certification as well as First Aid and CPR certification. Our policies align with and abide by all safety regulations to minimize accidents and promote a healthy, safe work environment.
The safety of our workers and clients isn’t our only safety concern; Ball Team strives to protect the environment as well. With three LEED accredited members of our team (Matthew Karns, Bob Sodders and Russ Smith), we are helping our industry design and construct buildings in a way that is more green. Our team members’ LEED accreditation means that the people who occupy your space after it is complete will have a building that positively impacts their health while promoting clean, renewable energy. Furthermore, LEED certified buildings save money and resources—which is good for you and good for the environment.