As a very young boy, Bob Romenesko accompanied his father to jobsites and watched him pour concrete. When Bob got into high school, he worked several summers for two of his uncles and learned the construction industry first hand. After Bob graduated high school, he obtained employment outside the construction industry but never strayed far from his construction background. During his free time, Bob continued to do construction projects for friends and family in addition to building several duplexes for himself.
In 1986, the company he worked for closed its local operation and Bob made the decision to go into the construction business with a partner. The partnership lasted until 1989 when the partners decided that they both had enough experience to have their own business and made an amicable decision to dissolve the partnership. After several years of individual proprietorship, Bob Romenesko Construction, Inc. was formed in 2000. Once Bob made the decision to work in the construction industry, he has never regretted it.
Homes built by Bob Romenesko Construction, Inc. vary from first time buyers to large, executive custom homes. Every customer can expect that their project is the most important one and is given the same attention to detail, no matter how big or small.
Bob prides himself in the personal attention he provides to his customers. He is personally on the jobsite and is available during every phase of construction. Bob develops lasting relationships with his customers that oftentimes turn into friendships.
Continuing education is important to Bob Romenesko. He has attained State of Wisconsin certifications and NAHB accreditations of Certified Graduate Builder (CGB), Certified Green Professional (CGP), and Certified Aging in Place Specialist (CAPS).
Bob is active in his profession and his community. He is currently a member of the board of directors of the National Home Builders Association (NAHB) and Wisconsin Builders Association (WBA). Bob is a member of Valley Home Builders Association (VHBA) and served as president in 2004-2005. He also has served 3 terms as a director for VHBA. Bob was selected as Builder of the Year by VHBA in 2000. In addition, Bob has served as Building and Grounds chairperson and numerous other committees with VHBA since becoming a member in 1987.
Previously, Bob has served as a board member for Rebuilding Together Fox Valley in addition to serving on numerous committees with his church. Bob has three grown sons and currently lives in Little Chute with his wife of 36 years, Deb.