About Us

Azteca Omega Group provides comprehensive construction services to local, state, and federal government agencies and private clients throughout the region. Vertical commercial construction is completed through our building division, Azteca Enterprises, Inc., while providing horizontal/utility construction services through our civil division, Omega Contracting, Inc.

What We Do

Services include Pre-construction, Construction Management, Program Management, Design-build, General Contracting, and Specialty Contracting. Market sectors include aviation, civil, commercial, corrections, education, entertainment, healthcare, historic renovations, hospitality/casinos, military, municipal, and transportation.

Our History

Driven by his entrepreneurial spirit, Civil Engineer Luis Spinola founded Omega Contractors in 1983, initially completing a civil and site work project for a private developer. Today, Azteca-Omega Group has executed nearly a thousand projects across Texas and America and is responsible for new developments in the private and public sectors.

In 1986, TxDOT awarded Omega with the I-35 & I-20 intersection civil contract, the largest construction contract ever for a minority contractor (at that time). The company’s first DART project, the Parking Lot at Trinity Railway Express South Irving Station, followed shortly after. The company evolved and grew operations by exploring new business areas, including numerous landmark construction projects throughout the DFW Metroplex.

One of these landmarks was the mass excavation required to accommodate the Federal Reserve Bank’s underground vault on the edge of Downtown Dallas.

A pivotal project for AOG was the Dallas -Fort Worth Taxiway for gates B & C Expansion, the 1st expansion project at the airport after the original opening. Azteca-Omega Group became a repeat contractor within the Aviation sector, completing expansion and renovation work at DFW Airport. Projects have included: The DFW East Runway – Drainage structures, Terminal D and “SkyLink” People Mover, and multiple renovations, improvements, and new projects, including the largest Duty-Free Store in the Western Hemisphere.

Azteca Omega Group is mindful of our respected past, proud of our present, and excited about our future.

Our Philosophy

Azteca Omega Group has always been willing to go the extra mile for clients, owners, and partners. This can-do attitude permeates the way we do business: whether through extreme due diligence before award or leveraging resources during the project’s life-cycle to ensure successful delivery. Azteca Omega Group consistently demonstrates a commitment to going above and beyond to achieve project success.

Project Planning: because we have both civil and commercial construction project expertise, we provide creative solutions to large municipal, transportation, and other public entities.

Integrated Workforce Development: we leverage opportunities to expand and educate the workforce on every project engagement, regardless of public visibility. This community-first approach allows us to support both the construction industry and our neighbors uniquely.

Luis Spinola
Tim Hess
David Dupuy
Sharee Mitchum
Andrew Hilton
Chris Davis

MWBE Engagement & Capacity Building Commitment

Azteca Omega Group is a testament to the success of intentional capacity-building efforts of established M/WBE programs. Because of this direct experience, we are even more excited to pay it forward. We consistently encourage other MBE firms’ growth to complete projects profitably while expanding project experience. Large local owners like Dallas County, City of Dallas, DFW Airport, DART, and Parkland have helped us be in a position to mentor other small and minority-owned companies. We have committed to assisting local minority firms in establishing and strengthening their position within the market and partner with community organizations to aid in construction workforce development.

Sharing business and construction expertise, Azteca regularly teams with emerging, small firms to provide crucial industry exposure to maximize growth and financial stability opportunities.

  • Regional Hispanic Contractors Association
  • Regional Black Contractors Association
  • National Association of Minority Contractors
  • DFWMSDC
  • USHCC – The United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce
  • TEXO – The Construction Association
  • AACA – Asian American Contractors Association of Texas
  • GDHCC – The Greater Dallas Hispanic Chamber of Commerce
  • GILCCC – The Greater Irving-Las Colinas Chamber of Commerce
  • IHCC – The Irving Hispanic Chamber of Commerce
  • AACC – The Greater Dallas Asian American Chamber of Commerce

Awards & Recognition

  • 2020
    DFWMSDC E-Award- Supplier of The Year

  • 2019
    Azteca Omega Group
    Regional Hispanic Contractor’s Association- President’s Award

  • 2018
    DFW Duty Free Store
    Regional Hispanic Contractor’s Association – Project of the Year nominee

  • 2016
    Parkland Skybridges: Project of the Year Award by the Regional Hispanic Contractors Association

  • 2014
    Regional Hispanic Contractor’s Association- Chairman’s Pillar Award

  • 2013
    “Green Building of the Year” Pillar Award for NYLO Southside Hotel Dallas by the Regional Hispanic Contractors Association

  • 2013
    “Joint Venture of the Year” Pillar Award for BARC, a Balfour-Azteca-Russell-Carcon JV by the Regional Hispanic Contractors Association
  • 2012
    “NFL Hispanic Heritage Leadership” Award by the Dallas Cowboys and the NFL
  • 2012
    “Hispanic Business Salute” Award by Telemundo
  • 2012
    “Entrepreneur of the Year” Pillar Award by the Regional Hispanic Contractors Association
  • 2011
    “Entrepreneur of Year” Pillars Award by the Regional Hispanic Contractors Association
  • 2011
    “Corporate Advocate of the Year” by the Dallas Business Journal
  • 2011
    “Successful Entrepreneur” Award by Dallas Area Rapid Transit