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Renovations to Begin Monday at Jekyll Island Resort

Omega’s work on the resort’s twenty buildings will include full exterior renovations along with roof replacements, new aluminum railings, exterior lighting and landscaping.

Omega Construction’s Georgia Division is set to begin work September 7th on its latest project, the exterior renovations of Villas by the Sea Resort and Conference Center on Jekyll Island. Operating as a hotel, Villas by the Sea is a unique oceanside community nestled among 17 acres of picturesque oaks and offers one, two- or three-bedroom villas for daily, weekly and monthly rentals. Conveniently located next to Driftwood Beach, each villa is a privately owned, fully furnished condominium, many with ocean views. A 7,000 square foot Conference Center for meetings, weddings and reunions, along with a full-service restaurant, pool and other amenities, add to the allure of this popular resort.

“We are extremely excited to have Omega Construction working with us on this major property improvement”, said Dick Coyle, General Manager of Villas by the Sea. “This project is an important undertaking, as we need to remain competitive with other hotel expansion currently underway on Jekyll Island”.

Omega’s work on the resort’s twenty buildings will include full exterior renovations along with roof replacements, new aluminum railings, exterior lighting and landscaping.

“When the upgraded exteriors are unveiled at Villas by the Sea, visitors will be impressed by how well they complement the Island’s stunning natural surroundings” said Scott Fournier, Omega’s Lead Estimator and Project Manager. “Exceeding our clients’ expectation is our passion and we are eager to get started on this exciting project for the Villas by the Sea team” said Fournier.

The renovations are expected to be complete in late 2021. For more information about Villas by the Sea, visit VillasbytheSeaResort.com

3 Comments

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    Stanley Frierson

    September 6, 2020 at 9:13 am

    When construction on jekyll island pier thank you!!!

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    Eunice Griffis

    September 6, 2020 at 2:09 pm

    When are you gonna start making more camping spots,it looks like that’s the last thing on your agenda and it takes months to get a spot to camp.

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    Betty Radzik

    September 7, 2020 at 7:06 am

    I have gone to the island since the mid 80s. I have watched it become more commercial and less of a preserve. I pray you are becoming one more unattractive parts of the island’s character. I will have to choose another location to stay. You can go to any beach for a crowd but there has only been one Jekyll island and it’s becoming less of a stand out and more of the normal beach. Sad.

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