I’m your average guy who dropped out of college and decided to start a construction company. I didn’t want to go through the corporate ladders and brown-nose my way to the top. I had no interest in any of that. I wanted to operate an honest business that would value its employees rather than seeing them as disposable sheep. So, I moved back in with my parents while I started my company. I began at the bottom with a few friends who needed to make a quick buck. I knew a few people since I had been working in the construction industry every summer since I was 16 in Indiana.
We would work for my buddy, Steve, and I told him that I wanted to start my own company. So, he gave me some helpful tips and he showed me the ropes. He even told me that he would join my company once we got started and got a few clients. He had mouths to feed and couldn’t just leave right away. I began the paperwork for my company and after a few years I had several clients that would frequently call us to get to work for them.
As the owner of a construction company, I have to keep an eye out for the best products. I pride myself on being able to deliver the highest quality service and products in the Boston area. The last thing I want on my hands is a lawsuit for negligence. But, more than that, I do not want to put my guys at risk of getting seriously injured. My men are like my family. So, when I meet with manufacturers I always check their products. I learned to do this early because of my Dad. He was a laborer and he taught me to always triple check everything and to take a person’s word with a grain of salt, especially a salesman.
About 15 years ago, I decided to test out Roller Die’s products because they were in the manufacturing business for over 70 years. I have yet to be disappointed by any of their custom made parts and their ability to deliver through their custom roll forming process. They have been able to create any part we have needed that our clients have wanted custom made for their homes or buildings.