Partners Eamon Roche and Carmen B. Weets believe their hands on experience across the broad spectrum of building disciplines enables them to resolve complex construction issues, finding the best value approach to each individual project.
Roundtable has forged strong alliances with a network of local architects, engineers, legal experts, city officials, vendors and subcontractors. These relationships help us synthesize different aspects of the construction process.
Much of our work comes from repeat clients and through personal recommendation. This continuity of service is of fundamental importance to us. We seek always to establish lasting, fruitful relationships with our clients.
Eamon Roche is the founder and principal of New York design-build firm, Roundtable Builders. He has built many notable properties including Senator Bob Kerrey’s home at the New School, a townhome for Nick Valensi of the Strokes and a brownstone for Darren Aronofsky. He also designed and built his own townhouse in Brooklyn, which was later purchased by Heath Ledger.
Preceding his involvement in residential projects, Eamon founded, designed, built, and managed several prominent New York City restaurants, such as The Kiosk restaurant (which now goes by the name of Swifty’s) with Nell Campbell and the E&O Restaurant with its infamous Suzie Wong lounge.
Eamon, son of international architect Kevin Roche, is a graduate of Columbia University.
CARMEN B. WEETS
Carmen B. Weets is a principal of New York design-build firm, Roundtable Builders Ltd. She worked for Eamon Roche for 8 years before they became partners in September of 2009. In 10 years they have worked on over 40 construction projects.
Prior to construction, Carmen spent 15 years in the entertainment industry honing her skills of project management. Whether it’s a film, TV pilot, or a brownstone restoration, they have one thing in common, they are projects and each one is different and interesting!