Anthony Moya and OMNI Development Stimulate Economy with Summer Roofing

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Anthony Moya and his development company create jobs in New Mexico by taking advantage of summer roofing season.

The summer season, with its hot temperatures and high humidity levels, may not be a comfortable time to construct a new roof, but it is nevertheless an ideal one. Long daytime hours and plenty of light make for great conditions for this time-consuming labor—conditions that Santa Fe-based contractor Anthony Moya and his OMNI Development company are taking full advantage of this season. And Anthony Moya is not just creating quality shelter, but he is also creating jobs.

This is certainly a welcome development for the New Mexico economy, as any kind of job stimulus goes a long way toward increasing the speed of recovery. Anthony Moya is doing his part by taking on as many projects as possible this summer, creating numerous opportunities for carpenters and roofing professionals to get in an honest day’s work.

Anthony Moya is no stranger to taking on a wide array of projects, nor to toiling under the hot Southwest sun. A lifelong native of the Santa Fe area, Anthony Moya has been a familiar name in contracting for years, and is frequently called upon for his expertise in roofing, stucco, and concrete work.

In the past, Anthony Moya and his OMNI Development team have taken on projects as diverse as ranches, medical office buildings, military structures, schools, prisons, and housing complexes. These projects span the entire State of New Mexico.Anthony Moya’s slate of summer projects is always in flux, but he and his company are happy to be creating work by taking on as many contracts as time will allow.

Anthony Moya is a Santa Fe, New Mexico-based contractor and business owner whose company, OMNI Development, is a regional leader in roofing, concrete, and stucco work. A lifelong native of New Mexico, Anthony Moya has overseen extensive government contracts as well as various private and commercial construction projects.


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