Mouledous has been named the Executive Vice President of Broadmoor, LLC, the
Metairie-based construction services firm.
Broadmoor’s Director of Preconstruction Services, Mouledous rejoined Broadmoor
after serving for several years as a Vice President of The Lemoine Company, a
south Louisiana construction company. In this new position with Broadmoor,
Mouledous will concentrate on helping Broadmoor achieve fiscal objectives and
further improve operational excellence. Among other aspects of the role,
Mouledous will lead the company’s strategic business planning and new business
development as well.
38, a native of New Orleans, is a resident of Covington, LA. He was the project manager of the Broadmoor
teams that built the Holy Cross School Student Center, the Louisiana Air
National Guard Army Aviation Support Facility and Multi-Unit Readiness Center
in Hammond, Tulane’s University Center Renovation and Expansion, and the U. S.
Navy Family Housing unit in Belle Chasse. While with Lemoine, major projects under
his leadership included the New Orleans East Replacement Hospital and the
Tulane University Zimple House.
he also holds an active role on the Board of Directors of the Associated
Builders and Contractors Bayou Chapter, an industry professional organization. Before
beginning his career, he earned both a Masters Degree in Human Performance and
a Bachelors Degree in Business Administration from the University of Southern
looking to Ryan to bring the leadership and passion for which he’s noted so we
can move Broadmoor to an even higher level, both in terms of operational
innovations and added services to our clients,” said Broadmoor’s President,
John Stewart. "He is a sincere, engaging, and committed construction
professional and a perfect person to carry this important leadership role in
the present and future versions of Broadmoor.”
executive team at Broadmoor is thrilled to have Ryan serve alongside them, and
we are all collectively excited to collaborate with him in bringing his strong industry
knowledge and innovative ideas to bear.