Project Superintendent

Bryce Wibbenmeyer

Bryce grew up in the small, southeast Missouri town of Sikeston. He spent many days as a child at his grandparents’ house, where his grandfather built furniture in his shop to sell at their craft store. His first real construction project was at age 13 helping his uncle turn a basement into a company office. After a brief stint at Southern Miss, Bryce moved back to Sikeston and began working for his cousin’s general contracting company before he began traveling the country with a  general contracting company.

Bryce has been visiting the city that he loves, New Orleans for over 10 years, and finally 4 years ago he moved here. In his spare time, Bryce enjoys watching and playing all sports, LSU Tigers, traveling, going to concerts, and spending time with his amazing fiancé Morgan and their husky, Paco. Bryce is a member of the Sikeston Jaycees, a non-profit 501 C3, where he held numerous board positions. He is a past co-chairman of the entertainment division for the Sikeston Jaycee Bootheel Rodeo, one of the largest outdoor rodeos in the country, in which they put on a concert after the rodeo concludes. He also founded the Sikeston Jaycee/Health Facilities Rehab Crawfish Boil and Music Festival, in which all proceeds are donated back into the community. For this, Bryce received the award as the youngest “Jaycee of the Year” in club history.


Bachelor of Science, Finance

The University of Southern Mississippi

Favorite Projects

  • 1810 Magazine Street
  • The Sazerac House