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BRW believes that providing our employees with great job opportunities ensures we retain the most talented journeyman in the business. BRW crews are made up of experienced welders and fitters that are very proud of the work they do. That is a definite advantage to our clients. Whether we are working directly for the owner or subcontracting our services through the general contractor, BRW provides excellent customer service and delivers a complete project on time and on budget.




Maurice Ball began his career fitter/welding in 1985. In 2001 he moved to rig welding. He gained knowledge of the industry working for many different contractors building an extensive and impressive background within the stainless steel and pipe welding industry. Providing his skills to all types of food and beverage industries, water treatment plants, boilers and where ever an experienced pipe welder was needed. When it was time to start his own business, the relationships that he built over the years allowed him to secure some of the most competent rig welders in the business and bring them on the BRW team. He obtained his contractor’s license in 2008, established Ball Rig Welding, LLC in 2009 and has become a leader in the industry.



Anthony “Tony” Ball began working as fitter/ welder in 2004 for contractors in the western United States. In 2007 he began his rig welding career. When BRW was formed he came on board with his father as a rig welder. He learned his trade from some of the best pipe fitters and welders in the business. Today he continues to advance his craft while pursuing an engineering degree. Tony also manages the day to day operations of the business, bidding and estimating.



Steven Brooks came on board with the BRW team in 2013. Steven is a well-respected onsite supervisor. He ensures that our clients are well informed of the progress of the project while managing all the employees needs. His attention to detail makes him the perfect onsite safety coordinator. When not on site he spends his time working in the shop preparing for the next project.