Title: Construction Company Executive
Company: O & G Industries
Location: Torrington, Connecticut, United States
Raymond R. Oneglia, Construction Company Executive at O & G Industries, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Business Owners for dedication, achievements, and leadership in construction.
For Mr. Oneglia, the construction industry is in his blood. O & G Industries was started by his grandfather, and it has become a four-generation family business through the hands of his father, uncles, and presently is under his generation. He looks forward to the day where his children will take control. His grandfather started the business in 1923 with other partners. By 1956, those partners passed away and the company was entrusted entirely to the Oneglia family. Mr. Oneglia grew up in the business, learning the trade at all levels during summer break from school. These formative years established his passion and expertise for construction. He thrives on bringing his client’s plans to life.
Mr. Oneglia earned a Bachelor of Science from Union College in 1970. That same year, he celebrated becoming the vice president of the family business, garnering years of experience in construction until the reigns were passed to his generation. With the knowledge he has in his line of work, he has provided his skills and expertise as a member of the Connecticut Infrastructure Task Force and with the Employment and Training Commission of Connecticut. In 2016, he was recognized for his construction contributions by being inducted into The National Academy of Construction. Mr. Oneglia is also the 2015 Moles Member Award and an Albert Nelson Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award.
Out of all the achievements in his career, Mr. Oneglia is most proud of the people who work for him. They are dedicated and loyal people, and they have a history of families that have worked for them. It goes down many generations from grandfather to father, father to sons, and so on. Throughout his career, Mr. Oneglia has been aided by a number of professional organizations. He has served as a board member of the Connecticut Construction Industries Association since 1983 and chaired the legislative committee for 20 of those years. Since 1972, Mr. Oneglia has been on the board of directors of the Connecticut Road Builders Association. Furthermore, he has been involved with the University of Hartford Construction Institute, The Moles, the Unico Club, CIRT Construction Industry Roundtable, The Beavers, The Hudson Institute, the Business Executives for National Security and a number of other professional organizations.
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