Commercial

Cooler Retro-fit at Tableau

At Dickie Brennan’s Tableau Restaurant in Le Petit Theatre, Mayer Building Company quickly and skillfully performed a retrofit construction project in the dining room in February 2014. Delivered on time, prior to Krewe De Vieux, with no interruption to Tableau’s operations, this project consisted of creating an alcove for a new oversized wine cooler. The alcove as conceived bisected a two story concrete block wall. Mayer Building Company cut in the wall, headed the opening with steel, and re-established all the finishes. Flourishes included a new custom millwork POS housing, a modern take on an Arabesque trim and terra-cotta floor tile and base.

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Commercial Build Out in the Quarter

On Conti Street, Mayer Building Company completed a commercial build-out in November 2013. This ground floor space of an historic masonry factory building was designed by Studio Kraft. The clean space boasts custom fabricated millwork doors and arched transom, an ADA compliant toilet room, and new stained concrete floors. The design called for exposing the ancient ceiling framing, sealing the distressed masonry and plaster walls. What was once a dilapidated, unused ground floor on busy Conti Street is now back in commerce

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New Orthopedics Clinic

Mayer Building Company is pleased to announce the successful completion of a new medical clinic for Pontchartrain Orthopedics and Sports Medicine in St. Charles Parish on time and under budget. Pontchartrain Orthopedics and Sports Medicine opened the new facility at 14041 U.S. Highway 90 in early October 2013. This project consisted of interior and exterior improvements by converting a dilapidated masonry building into a contemporary, stylish, but understated new doctor’s office.

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Historic Roof & Facade Renovation of the Rice Building

Mayer Building Company is pleased to announce the successful completion of a major historic roof, façade and masonry renovation of 227-233 Decatur Street, otherwise known as the Rice Building, on behalf of Capital One Bank, NA. Photographs by Anne Finney.

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Small Commercial Kitchen Improvements

Every now and again, old New Orleans restaurants, like Johnny’s Po Boy, need preventative maintenance. Mayer Building Company fabricated, furnished and installed stainless steel kitchen cladding, shelving, bracketing for the kitchen and two steel posts for the fountain. Planned and fabricated off-site, the components for these minor improvements were installed after hours without disrupting the steady business of this storied sandwich shop.

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Masonry Repairs Uptown

At the unique brick and iron apartment building on the corner of Jackson & Camp, Mayer Building Company completed a masonry waterproofing service call. The project (3 day completion) consisted of removing a significant section of the old brick façade and re-assembling it plumb and true. As this process was underway, we re-established the mortar joints, added new tie-back clips, and sealed up the brick-to-aluminum joints.

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Barroom Bathroom Improvements

Because of our continued relationship with XPB Lockers & Supply , the contractor renovating the bathrooms in a tavern in the Riverbend found us and engaged us to furnish and install the stainless steel bathroom accessories and partitions.

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Emergency Repairs at Lush Cosmetics

Between French Quarter Fest & Jazz Fest, Lush Cosmetics on Decatur had a roof leak that caused damage on all three floors of the nineteen century masonry building. Mayer Building Company responded to the call on Day One. We were able to make the repairs for this major producer for Lush in three and half days time. (One day before we projected, actually). Lush is back in business. Not only will they be ready for Jazz Fest, they will be ready for the upcoming Friday and Saturday Whiskey & Perfume Tasting, Lush’s Perfume Gallery Experience.

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Pontchartrain Orthopedics & Sports Medicine

Mayer Building Company completed in April 2013 an overhaul of a portion of the Pontchartrain Orthopedics and Sports Medicine clinic in Metairie. The work, which was performed while the clinic was in operation was phased. Phase 1 included the renovation of the “Cast Room,” an addition of a new storage room, a new billing office and conference room. Each of these rooms was decorated in the contemporary mode with monochromatic paints and millwork, a matching base and resilient floor.

Phase 2 included expanding the Physical Therapy Room to a more open arrangement with new clean, modern ceiling tiles and grid, matching a durable, but attractive carpet tile and building four new exam rooms, a new ADA bathroom and updating the main reception and the staff”s break room.

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