Meet Bob the Builder
Bob began his career working for his uncle, a cabinet maker, when he was 11 years old. When he was 18, he worked as a finish carpenter, and then moved on to work with a custom home builder as foreman framing homes.
After honing his skills and talent, he developed an appreciation for quality workmanship and a passion for detailed trim work. As he worked in the field however, Bob became increasingly frustrated with various stages of construction that were not of consistent quality. Therefore, the natural progression for him was to become a general contractor and build homes from the ground up to ensure every detail was executed properly from start to finish.
Over the past 35 years Bob has developed exceptional industry knowledge that goes un-matched. His work has been featured in numerous publications such as Architectural Digest and Boston Magazine. Bob has built the custom homes of numerous prestigious and discerning clients that have an appreciation for high quality materials, fine custom details, and skilled craftsmanship, things often overlooked in the building industry today. Bob has worked on various municipal projects, acted as mentor, and performed countless community service projects over the past 35 years. On his own time, he has maintained Jesus and the Cross atop the holy stairs at St. Anne Shrine for 40 years. Click here to view the latest article in the Catholic Free Press.
Today, Bob enjoys working on particularly challenging and unique design/build projects of any scale, but also still enjoys taking on smaller projects such as custom cabinetry, built-in's, renovations, decks, and additions. He hates to hear "Oh, we didn't know you did small jobs, too".
"Quality is the foundation on which we build."