About Meyer Buildings
Yesterday and Today
George managed the business and soon carried a full line of pole type building materials. In April of 1963, they incorporated the business and called it Dorchester Pole Yard, Inc. In 1967, they discontinued processing poles and started using square timbers. In 1975, Alvin Meyer passed away suddenly and George sold his shares of the business to Alvin’s two sons Larry and Don, and his daughter Judy. These three owners continued to grow and expand the business of supplying and constructing Post and Stud frame buildings for the next 25 years. In 2006, Jeff Meyer, son of Don Meyer, was hired to aid in the management of the company.
In 2007, the company celebrated its 50th anniversary. With this, it was decided that the name of the company would be changed to Meyer Buildings, Inc. This name, we felt, was a symbol representing quality and service to our customers and unified our “building” with our name.
In 2009, after 25 years of ownership, Larry, Don and Judy Meyer sold their shares of the company to Jeff and Troy Meyer and Karla Fish. These three currently maintain ownership of the company.
The company is proud to be family owned and operated, going on its third generation! We continue to strive to maintain our education of new products and procedures in the construction industry. This allows us to give our customers the best building that their budget will allow. We offer our design ideas for a unique look or will take your ideas to build to your specifications. Our buildings include commercial buildings, dairy facilities, equestrian, machine storage, garages and recreational buildings. We also offer full design and erection of pre-engineered steel frame buildings to accommodate our customer’s wide clear span needs.