Mayer Building Company, LLC is a New Orleans builder and general contractor offering commercial construction, historic renovations, condominium, retail, and design/build services.

Mayer Building Company, LLC, a New Orleans General Contractor, has completed projects for various condominum boards and commercial developers throughout the French Quarter, Lakeview and Uptown. Our commercial clients include Simone’s Market, Pilot & Powell, Joseph, Capital One, St. Martin’s Episcopal Church, Pier 8 Condominums, Teavana, Lakeside Mall, Michael Kors, Swim & Sport, ECM Consultants, Ale, French Quarter Realty, Tutti Frutti, the De Ja Vu Lounge, and Johnny’s PoBoys. Health Care Industry clients include  Pontchartrain Orthopedics and Sports Medicine, River Oaks Hospital, the Metropolitan Human Services District, the VA, and the Animal Care Clinic.

Projects include a new Cycle Bar, a new City Greens, two new Lush stores, Michael Kors, a 3,100 sqare foot high-end retail store in Canal Place, a 3,000 square foot contemporary office build out on Oak Street, a full finishes renovation and voice/data upgrade to a 20,000 square foot commercial property in Mid City, and yet another French Quarter wood and iron balcony replacement.

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Commercial Construction, Historic Renovations, Retail, Design/Build Services


Among other projects, Mayer Building Company recently completed two commercial facade renovations in Metairie, one at 3500 Veterans and one for the Animal Care Center on David Drive. Mayer Building Company also delivered renovation projects for an Anytime Fitness, Dickie Brennan’s Bourbon House, Dickie Brennan’s Tableau and the Belle Chasse Coast Guard Stations.

Our Staff

Ryan D. Mayer Owner

Ryan D. MayerRyan’s personal resume includes renovations at Le Petit, Harrah’s and residential French Quarter properties. Post Katrina renovations for commercial buildings including a TCA facility on Jeff Davis. In New York City, Ryan spent 7 years as Project Manager for various commercial projects. Many of the delivered projects were very high-end custom retail shops in the famous SoHo and Meat Packing shopping districts. He learned there about modernizing the interiors of 100 year old buildings while preserving historically protected facades and setbacks. Ryan has also safely completed the finishes for luxury tower condominiums and built out-of-the ground steel and concrete buildings.

NYC clients include Puma, Tretorn, Matthew Williamson, the Center for Living, Linens-N-Things, Washington Mutual, Fordham University, H&R Block, Target, Sitt Assets, Mancini Duffy Architects, Extra Space Storage, Storage Mart, Elmslie Olser Architects, Vornado, Starwood, Steve Blatz Architects, Mikhail Barishnikov and the New York Jets.

Ryan graduated from Jesuit High School and the University of New Orleans.

Fred Goodrow Project Manager

Fred, a New Orleans native and University of Alabama graduate is not only a very experienced framing and millwork carpenter, but also a proven leader. Fred excels at client communication, and not only understands the goals of each projects, but also delivers on the details. His resume includes several full residential renovations in the French Quarter, custom millworks for home and business owners throughout Orleans and Jefferson Parishes. Fred recently delivered 250 linear feet of new tongue and groove balcony for a condominium property in the Historic District Landmarks Commission jurisdiction.

Fred runs the day-to-day operations, implementing the tools of supervision and foresight to prosecute the work. He knows the importance of getting it done swiftly and correctly.

Beth Hall Controller

Beth Hall, a Mount Carmel alumna, was a long time part of the upper management team at Reginelli’s Pizzeria. Armed with the high-impact experience of running the myriad of personalities that it takes to manage a successful New Orleans restaurant, Beth is a perfect fit for operating immensely active construction job-sites. It takes poise, determination and a pointed acumen to manage the spectrum of personalities in the construction world. From a rough-and-ready day laborer to a fervent, official  project owner and everyone in between, Beth has the skill set communicate effectively with all. She handles multiple tasks with multiple goals at the same time effectively. Beth’s good organizational skills are essential to this important element of being a great General Contractor.