Ronald L Mills, Inc. is owned and operated by second generation building and electrical contractor, Robert Brian Mills. This family run business has held the highest standards of excellence in the building business in the New Orleans area for 47 years. With an impeccable reputation, we keep our customers close and calling upon us often, year after year. Our employees and business partners are equally rooted in the Greater New Orleans area, maintaining decades of service to the industry and the community alike.
We were founded on our electrical work in 1967 and have since added an array of available services that we offer. We work on new construction builds, design builds, commercial and home renovations, historic restorations, and various lighting jobs. We have renovated and built new singles, doubles, town homes, multifamily projects, as well as commercial job build outs and industrial property. Our customers include many individuals, investors, non-profit organizations, and state institutional organizations.
Brian took the helm of the building and electrical business thirteen years ago and has been involved in the betterment of the community and building industry since before then. He has maintained active participation in the Carrollton Rotary and the Carrollton Rotary Children’s Foundation Community Initiatives for well over twenty years.
Brian serves on the board of directors for the Home Builders Association of Greater New Orleans. He currently serves as President of the organization, representing over 950 local member organizations and many more employees of those organizations. Brian's reach goes national through his appointment to the NAHB and participation in the legislative council.
Licensed and Certified
Ronald L. Mills, Inc. is licensed by the Louisiana State Licensing Board for Contractors.
Our license numbers are #6847 (commercial building construction, electrical, and solar statewide) and #82792 (residential statewide).
We carry workers compensation and general liability insurance with limits that exceed the state’s requirements.