Omega Engineering relocates HQ to Norwalk, Connecticut

Nov. 10, 2016
Fifty year-old company moves from Stamford, Connecticut into a new, high-tech facility.

Omega Engineering, Inc. has a new corporate office located in a 5-story, 412,000 square foot building in one of Norwalk, Connecticut's busiest retail and commercial areas. For five decades, the company had been headquartered in Stamford, Connecticut.

“We're extremely excited about this next step in the evolution of our company, but our guiding principle remains unchanged,” said recently appointed president Joe Vorih. “Fresh leadership and new facilities will ultimately help us serve our customers better as we expand our product lines and enhance our service systems.”

Facilities include a cafeteria, fitness center, picnic areas and shuttle service to nearby train stations. Omega began as a small privately held company that was woman owned and operated. Today it's a global manufacturer and supplier of process measurement and control products.

Acquired by Spectris plc in 2011, Omega now offers more than 100,000 products and primarily sells them directly to buyers.

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