“We are proof that it is an acheivable thing”, David McCormick said. “Morgantown is a great place to do business because of all the activity. However, a lot of our business comes from other parts of West Virginia. We truly are a statewide company. Our footprint is from Princeton to Parkersburg and from Huntington to Martinsburg and all points in between.”
Peggy Lovio added they are expanding beyond the state as well. They have projects in Uniontown, Pennsylvania, Oakland, Maryland, and are preparing to do work in Reston, Virginia, just outside the nation’s capital.
Omega has completed projects with many facilities including WVU Medicine, New Freedom KIA, WVU Institute of Technology, Boone Memorial Hospital and MVB Bank. “One of Omega’s Perks is that it sells quality furniture, namely Kimball’s American made furniture. We are one of only 40 dealerships in the country that are licensed to do so.”
Since Omega has opened in 2013, they have quickly outgrown their office, expanded their employees from 5 to 15 and have effectively expanded their ability to take on more projects. They have added four designers, who like David and Peggy, graduated from West Virginia University. “There’s really not anything we can’t do,” Peggy said. “We problem-solve, we take care of everything from beginning to end. We do the drawings. We do the programming. We select the furniture and finishes. We place the orders, get the products and install them.”
David McCormick and Peggy Lovio stress the importance of giving back to Morgantown, West Virginia. “We chose to do business in West Virginia because it’s our home. We are proof that a business can grow, thrive and prosper. We just want to make West Virginia a better place,” David McCormick said. They regularly participate and contribute to Charitable and Service Organizations in Morgantown as well. “We are involved with Monogalia County Child Advocacy Center, the Mountaineer Spay-Neuter Assistance Program and the Chestnut Mountain Ranch.”