On July 14th, Morgantown based Omega Commercial Interiors announced a new location in Charleston, West Virginia at 1210 Smith Street. Omega Commercial Interiors was founded and is owned by David Mccormick, Jr. and Peggy Schifano Lovio. Omega does business in commercial office furniture across West Virginia and in nine other states. Omega has over 60 years combined experience in sales and interior design. They offer a wide variety of services that range from office furniture to architectural products. Omega’s products include case goods, systems furniture, seating, lobby and waiting room furniture, conference room furniture, demountable walls and window treatments. They serve various segments of the business industry including healthcare, private offices, automobile dealerships, banking, legal and government offices.
Depending on the amount of space available in your office, most likely, you have already taken the plunge and installed either a sit-stand desk or a sit-stand desktop unit. Pictured above is Human Scale’s popular Float® system and on our home page are Human Scale’s more portable options.read more
Businesses may have employees on a team that need to collaborate to finalize projects while other teams have been assigned individual tasks where each employee needs to work independently, or made need to be independent some of the time.read more
“We are proof that it is an acheivable thing”, David McCormick said. “Morgantown is a great place to do business because of all the activity. However, a lot of our business comes from other parts of West Virginia. We truly are a statewide company.”read more
Light and space are essential elements to production in any workspace. Designers can achieve the feeling of more light and open space in small workspaces by incorporating the use of glass.read more
Installing an access floor system will future-proof your office as changes in data management, furniture renovations and media additions occur.read more
Just a desk job? Working in an office day after day can have a bigger impact on our bodies than we may think. If you have experienced back pain, wrist pain or lack of mobility after a day at the office, it’s time for a change. One effective way that businesses and employees are combating the traditional “desk job” is with ergonomics. Take a look:read more