About Roman Roads
"A rock pile ceases to be a rock pile the moment a single man contemplates
it, bearing within him the image of a cathedral."
- Antoine de Saint-Exupery
Constant customer communication is paramount. Determining what function the end result will perform is key to the success of the project. We approach our work from the basic business approach; when the job is completed, the customer will feel that, not only did they get their money's worth, but were also an integral part of the process. Owner, Jim Veneto is on the job from start to finish and is personally involved in every aspect of the project. We stand by the quality and integrity of our work and are always available for questions and concerns.
Natural stone...Millions of years old and well traveled.
Carried thousands of miles by glaciers, forced up from the depths of
the earth. Each stone unique unto itself. These dense creations have
served mankind in a variety of functions. From weaponry to building "blocks" as
in the pyramids to roads to name but a few.
Over two thousand years ago the Romans designed and built roads
that have withstood the test of time. An example being the Appian Way...the
worlds first "super highway". As structurally sound today as it was in
its inception, these marvels of construction have inspired us to stay
with the basics and improve with current technology. In short, Roman
Roads has continued with that "tried and true" concept.
Constant customer communication is paramount irregardless of the size
of the job. Determining what function the end result will perform is
key to the success of the project.
We approach our work the basic business approach, that after the job
completion, the customer will feel that, not only did they get their
money's worth, but were an integral part of the process. I am on the
job from start to finish and personally involve myself in every aspect
of the project.
Our job, although completed and paid is not ended.....should there
be a concern or problem in the future, I will personally address the
Jim Veneto, Owner