Hello,You have to realize that there is no single Maya language. Today there are more than thirty living Maya languages, so you will have to be a bit more specific, and tell us in exactly which Maya language, you wish the translation.
I have checked the few Maya dictionaries I have gotten (on Ch'ol, Cholón, Itza', K'iche', Mam, Tzeltal, Tzotzil and Yukatek) using keywords such as "mason" and "stone" in English, and "piedra," "mampostero," "(pica)pedrero," "cantero" and even "masón" in Spanish. I was only able to find one translation in any of the dictionaries, and that was in a dictionary on K'iche' called "English - K'iche' Dictionary" written by Allen J. Christenson. It gives "mason, bricklayer" as "yakal ja." And it derives from the words "yak" meaning "to arise, to raise, to build, to hold up, to erect" and "ja" which means "house, building."