We value every personal and professional connection we make, and it shows. By aligning our interests with those of our clients—every step of the way—we establish our commitment to realizing their visions, no matter what it takes.
At Roundtable we don’t delegate the client relationship. We are a small company by design and any project that we take on will be managed by one or both of Roundtable’s partners depending on the project.
CEO & Owner
Carmen B. Weets is the principal and co-founder of Roundtable Builders Ltd., one of New York City’s premier general contracting firms, specializing in custom, high-end, design-build work. Carmen worked extensively in the construction industry for eight years before joining forces with Eamon Roche in 2009 to create Roundtable Builders. Since its founding, Carmen and Eamon have worked together to successfully complete over 45 construction projects.
Prior to entering the construction industry, Carmen enjoyed a career in the entertainment industry, honing her project management skills. At the end of the day, whether it’s a film, a TV pilot, or a brownstone renovation, the process is the same: creating a finished product that accurately reflects clients’ visions, while providing guidance and insight, gleaned from years of professional experience, throughout each phase of the project.
Carmen is a certified minority builder and the company is certified with the EPA for lead based paint renovations and repairs.
Eamon Roche is co-founder of one of New York City’s premier full-spectrum general contracting firms, Roundtable Builders Ltd. His portfolio includes some of Manhattan’s most exclusive addresses—among them Senator Bob Kerrey’s home at the New School, a townhouse for Nick Valensi of the Strokes, and a brownstone for director Darren Aronofsky. He also designed and built his own townhouse in Brooklyn which he later sold to Heath Ledger.
Preceding his involvement in residential projects, Eamon founded, designed, built, and managed several prominent New York City restaurants, including The Kiosk restaurant (which now goes by the name of Swifty’s) with Nell Campbell, and the E&O Restaurant.