Renovation

Dubois Dentistry Facade Renew

In partnership with NORA and the owner, Mayer Building Company delivered the renovation of this commercial facade as a part of NORA’s facade initiative. The work included replacing and enlarging the fenestration in the metal and brick facades. We added an ADA ramp and landing. We added a new iron sliding fence, awnings, flood mitigation […]

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InXile Entertainment

In February 2020, Mayer Building Company completed a renovation of InXile Entertainment’s New Orleans hub. The work included building a future-looking server room a bathroom expansion, a snack bar and glass conference room. We overhauled the finishes throughout and installed a baffle ceiling in the billiard room and the informal meeting zones. We dressed the […]

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Keesler Federal Credit Union – Metairie

Awarded the contract in early November, Mayer Building Company was charged with completing this 3500 sf conversion of a closed restaurant into a fully fit-out, branded Keesler Federal Credit Union by mid Janaury. We did it. Thanks to the working relationship with the Keesler team and our loyal roster of subcontractors, this project was rapidly […]

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Advanotech at UNO

Advanotech’s website starts with this: Electric vehicles haven’t been able to overcome the burden of cost versus range limitations. It then goes on to explain about “making a battery work with Silicon.” Certainly bold scientific progress needs a place to experiment, work and discover. With the Linfield Hunter Junius design team, Mayer Building Company converted […]

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3616 – 3624 Magazine Street

In September 2019, Mayer Building Company completed full renovations for both buildings at 3616 Magazine & 3624 Magazine inside & out at all residential spaces, additions, and exterior new construction and rehabilitations.  We white-boxed the three commercial areas that storefront on Magazine for quick and easy build outs for the tenants that have already moved […]

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French Quarter Facade Restoration

In February 2019, Mayer Building Company completed an historic re-fresh of this striking French Quarter facade on Governor Nichols Street. The work included replacing the wood elements of the balcony, the louvered shutters and window cornices. Paint-works and a new metal component on the security gate made this project an obvious success.

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Residential Rehabilitaion

In the autumn 2018, Mayer Building Company completed this full residential rehabilitation of a neglected home on a tree-lined street in Treme. The full renovation included all systems inside and out. We salvaged the antique wood floors and developed the landscaping around. The new layout included two contemporary bathrooms and kitchen.  

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Trinity School

During the summer break of 2018, Mayer Building Company completed two separate but equally important improvement projects for Trinity School on Jackson Avenue. At the “Pink House” Mayer design/built a replacement of an historic porch, gallery and roof along with all of its architectural ornamentation. At the elementary school Mayer Building Co successfully completed a revamp of the corridor finishes, doors, ceilings, electrical and plumbing (in the bathrooms). Thanks to close owner input, Mayer Building Company was able to complete each of these large projects before the class bell rang. 

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4901 Magazine Street

In July, Mayer Building Company completed the work at 4901-03 Magazine Street. The major renovation on the corner of Magazine and Upperline consisted of converting an unused, decrepit Victorian 4plex into a stunning mixed-used rehabilitation. Upstairs there are two apartments for rent with balconies and galleries that face the parade route. Downstairs is a new office space customized to the real estate company moving in. We salvaged the floors, doors, baseboards, brickworks, and hardware (when possible). The major challenge of this project included prosecuting this salvage and re-use effort at the same time as abiding by Historic Tax Credit requirements (federal and state) the local Historic District Landmarks Commission requirements, the City of New Orleans Safety & Permits requirements,m the Louisiana State Fire Marshal requirements and all the International Building Codes governing the same. Oh yeah, and we had to fit in air-conditioning, ADA and life safety requirements and new plumbing and electrical. Whew. 

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