Market Sectors

Roadway Systems
Roadway Related Improvements
Bridges
Ports, Marine and Intermodal
Aviation
Railway Systems
Transit Systems

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OMNI Communications (OMNI) is a multi-disciplined consulting firm, providing services specifically designed to meet the needs of the public and private sectors during all phases of project development and delivery.

Since 2002, OMNI has quickly established itself as a leader specializing in surveying and mapping, subsurface utility engineering (SUE), utility coordination, public involvement/information and project administration & CEI support. We are structured to meet the demands of both private and public sector clients, OMNI serves project’s needs through each phase, from planning through construction.

Our firm’s unique structure and blend of services allow for a global perspective of each project, to better identify specific goals and appropriately address project challenges. Comprehensive understanding of project goals and intent is especially critical for utility coordination and public involvement, which can directly impact many aspects of any given project.

At OMNI we have the depth of industry experience and knowledge to allow for immediate response and foresight while navigating utility related issues, and when developing and implementing community awareness programs.

OMNI is an award-winning firm whose professionals are committed to providing innovative and result-oriented solutions for their clients, resolving a wide variety of concerns commonly encountered during the planning, design and construction of new transportation projects and related improvements.

OMNI is a small, woman-owned firm certified with states and municipalities throughout the Southeastern United States. OMNI is certified as a Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) with the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT), and is also a prequalified consultant with FDOT in Work Groups 3.1, 8.1, 8.2 and 8.4. Please contact OMNI to obtain a copy of our DBE Certification and our FDOT Pre-Qualification Letter.”