Owner's Representative Services

When you need the team who does it all and understands it’s more than “getting the job done,” OMEGA is there. We understand successfully executing construction projects involves impacting communities, businesses and most of all—people. As Owner’s Representative on any project, we get the job done while never losing sight of the true purpose of the job—connecting people, commerce, and opportunity in the Chicagoland area. 

We do it all while never losing sight of what matters.

As Owner’s Representative, OMEGA provides management on all aspects of a project. Through a systematic approach linking every element of planning, design, and construction, we vigilantly keep in mind the “big picture” of the project while simultaneously managing and executing day-to-day operations on behalf of the client. 

With OMEGA, you can rest assured knowing your project is in the hands of an experienced team of experts in their fields including design, construction, communications, land acquisition, project controls, right-of-way, utilities, and project management who will take your project to the finish line. 

We provide unmatched service to get the job done as Owner’s Representative, but also understand the job of the OR is heavily intertwined with the intricacies of relationship building with customers, businesses, municipalities, and all key stakeholders impacted by large construction projects. 

Communication is the key to success in all we do, and with every project we make it a priority to engage all stakeholders in a meaningful, helpful and transparent way bringing together exceptional customer service and successful project delivery. 

OR services include providing leadership and expertise as the primary point of contact for the client to resolve all issues and tasks which may challenge the smooth delivery of a project including: 

  • Oversight of all key components and roles of the project 
  • Land acquisition 
  • Utility relocations coordination 
  • Management of design 
  • Communications with key stakeholders and public outreach 
  • Intergovernmental agreements 
  • Materials 
  • Project controls for schedule and budget 
  • Construction corridor management 
  • Mitigation of contractor claims