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At it's Mid-Market Fast 40 Awards Luncheon, Business North Carolina named Omega Construction the third fastest growing mid-market company in North Carolina.  Also at the luncheon, Omega's CFO, Greg Marshall participated in a panel discussion.

 

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Omega Construction was recently recognized by the Triad Business Journal as the second fastest growing private company in the Triad.  Omega moved up two spots from fourth the previous year.  

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http://www.bizjournals.com/triad/print-edition/2014/09/19/fast-50-no-2-omega-construction-inc.html

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Construction is underway in Eden on a $23 million project to expand Gildan Activewear's distribution hub from about 977,000 square feet to nearly 1.2 million square feet by mid-2015.

Gildan officials confirmed that Pilot Mountain-based Omega Construction has begun work on the facility expansion at 602 East Meadow Road. The project will add 16 to the company's current Eden work force of 310 full-time employees.

 

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Omega Construction Inc. will demolish the former Hanesbrands plant on South Stratford Road in Winston-Salem to make way for a large-scale mixed-used development on the property.

Demolition should start this December and wrap up by spring, said Barry Hennings, president of Omega Construction. The contractor will demolish nine buildings spanning 526,483 square feet as well as existing paving and utilities on the 26-acre property.

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The Triad Business Journal did an Up Close profile of Omega Construction CEO and Founder, Paul Covington.

"Paul Covington had little construction experience when he founded Omega Construction in 1975 at age 27. The company grew to about 18 employees, focusing mostly on hospitality and retail work, before revenue losses due to the Great Recession nearly forced the general contracting firm to shut down.

But in what Covington calls a “heaven-sent” deal, he merged Omega Construction ...

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