Since 1985 Rob Roth Architects, Inc. has produced outstanding designs with great respect for quality and detail. Serving Long Beach Island and the surrounding area, Rob Roth Architect’s designs are expressive, unique and display an influence of shoreline beauty.
Rob Roth’s 39 years of diversified architectural and design consulting experience has given him the ability to consistently provide dedicated professionalism in these areas of construction:
•Single Family Custom Homes
•Coastal Design and CAFRA Permitting
•Alterations and Additions
•Municipal Buildings and Fire Houses •Land Use and Professional Planning
Ocean County is home to some of the best restaurants, shopping and living communities in the Northeast. One of the fastest growing counties in New Jersey, excellent school systems and year round natural beauty have propelled this seaside area into a popular community for luxurious custom residences. Whether you’re dreaming of a sprawling oceanfront with wrap-around decks for entertaining or a quiet estate surrounded by pine forests, Rob Roth and the Ocean County landscape can make dreams into reality.
Rob Roth is also well involved with his community. He’s a member of the Long Beach Island Rotary club, serving as president twice and a major player at their major fund raiser, the annual auction which raises more than $60,000 each year, all of which goes to the many charitable organizations in our community. LBI Rotary is responsible for over $25,000 in scholarships each year at Southern Regional High School.
Rob Roth is also a volunteer fireman with Ship Bottom Vol. Fire Company serving for over 35 years and served as Chief and President.
Rob Roth has made his mark on LBI and the surrounding area with his unique style of Shore Architecture which can be seen in his many custom homes, additions and renovations and municipal work. One of his mottos for his extensive additions and renovations is “…when we are through with your project, you’d never know we were there since the resulting project will look and feel as it fits in with the surrounding architecture”
His work has been published and he was recognized by the American Institute of Architects Jersey Shore as Architect of the year and also served as president.