Omni Glass & Paint, Inc. is pleased to announce this year marks 50 years in business for the Oshkosh-based company.
Omni was founded in 1967 in Oshkosh. Originally a division of Klein-Dickert from Madison, WI, a painting and glazing company, the Oshkosh location would eventually break off from Klein-Dickert and become its own entity in 1985. Since then, Omni has grown into a top specialty glass and paint contractor serving the Midwest’s architects, general contractors and businesses.
“There are many keys to Omni’s success. A few that stand out is our unwavering determination, skilled labor force, our ability to adapt to the ever-changing business environment and our company-wide commitment to safety and ethical business practices,” said President David Miller.
Omni’s main office, warehouses and fabricating facilities are in Oshkosh and Neenah with satellite offices in Green Bay, Wausau, and Milwaukee.
The company’s motto is: Setting the standard by providing exceptional products and services. With the philosophy that no job is too large or too small, the possibilities are endless for the projects that Omni might become involved in. Through the years we have worked on several notable buildings throughout the state including: Lambeau Field, Miller Park, Menasha Corporation, and St. Elizabeth Hospital.
“As the company progresses and expands into the future, I hope Omni continues to provide the best benefits and working conditions for all our employees enabling Omni to grow and develop and add to our current customer base. I know we will continue to search for and utilize new technologies, services and products to serve our employees and customers,” said Miller.
Our commitment, dedication, and experience truly do make Omni the performance people for quality products and services.