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Enter to win a weekend getaway on Amelia Island from Omega Forensic!

For decades, Omega Forensic Engineering has been well known in South Florida, but as we’ve grown our presence throughout Central and North Florida, it has been necessary to partner with capable forensic engineering consultants in new areas. As a response to increased demand, we are excited to announce that we are now equipped for statewide inspections, and now offer daily service from Tallahassee to Pensacola.

Island Hop Craft Beer Fest is Amelia Island’s first craft beer festival, and to celebrate Omega’s service expansion, we’d like to send one lucky twosome to Fernandina Beach for a weekend getaway.

The lucky winner’s excursion begins on September 30, 2022 with a two night stay at a hotel in the heart of Fernandina with $300 spending money for the weekend! You’ll also receive two tickets to the 5K the next morning, and two VIP tickets to the brew festival. VIP ticket holders will enjoy an extra hour of tasting, beginning at noon, a tasting glass, event swag, and access to designated VIP area and restrooms. Island Hop is a family-friendly event with children under 12 admitted free.

To join, all you have to do is sign up for more information about Omega Forensic’s expanded services!

Fernandina Beach Main Street is a local nonprofit organization focused on preservation-based economic vitality. Omega Forensic Engineering is not affiliated with FBMS.

SFCA 2nd Annual Fishing Tournament

Last month several members of the Omega team hit the waters for some team bonding and little fishery!

VIP’s guide discusses the catch with Mark and Jeremy Knysh and Omega engineer, Greg Loomis.

Pointing the way to the big catch!

Pointing the way to the big catch!

Chartering a boat from VIP Fishing Charters, we joined in the second annual South Florida Claims Association fishing tournament.

Anglers in, perfect weather and water for a day on the ocean.

A peek in the ice box!

A peek in the ice box!

Dipping in at the Hillsborough Inlet in Pompano Beach, six of us set out to hook something to cook.

John Heitz bringing in a fighter!

Jamey reeling in some mahi mahi!

Jamey Bennett reeling in some mahi mahi!

In attendance were Omega’s president Andrew Knysh, Senior Engineer Greg Loomis, staff members Mark Knysh, Jeremy Knysh, and Jamey Bennett, and outside consultant, General Contractor John Heitz.

The fishing team: Greg Loomis, John Heitz, Mark Knysh, Jeremy Knysh, Andrew Knysh, and Jamey Bennett.

The fishing team (L to R): Greg Loomis, John Heitz, Mark Knysh, Jeremy Knysh, Andrew Knysh, and Jamey Bennett.

It couldn’t have been a more perfect day for fishing. The water was calm, the sky was clear, and the fish were biting. We didn’t catch anything huge, but we did get some tasty mahi mahi!

The day's catch made for some great eating.

The day’s catch made for some good eating.

Afterward, we went back to the Longpointe Country Club for a luncheon with the other participants. And then we made tacos!

Jamey’s sriracha tacos!