Tina Adams, the Founder, President, and CEO of Omni Construction Notices, LLC, brings 28 years of experience and knowledge from managing and working with lien companies. Adams has over 25 years experience as a general manager handling the day-to-day operations in establishing the research and review process for nationwide preliminary notices and mechanic’s liens, etc., and has a long lasting involvement with several trade group associations in which she served as President for the National Association of Women in Construction, Tucson Chapter from 2008-2010. These memberships allow Omni to stay in touch with the changes in the economy and how it affects the construction industry.
Adams’ experience and the belief that our customers need to have confidence in who they talk to on a daily basis, the years of experience of the staff at Omni and diligence in performance of services provides Omni customers with security and confidence. Omni has references available on request.
Omni will continue to pride itself on exceptional customer service while researching and producing notices with professional integrity. We look forward to a continued successful partnership with our clientele and future business relationships.
Preliminary Notices/Notices to Owners
The preliminary notice alerts the property owner, general contractor, lender, subcontractor, bonding agent, supplier, etc., if applicable, that material, machinery, fixtures, tools, or professional services have been furnished or are about to be furnished to their jobsite.
Stop Notices, Bond Claims, 90-day Notices, Miller Act/Little Miller Act
On public construction projects, subcontractors and material suppliers are protected by statutory payment bond in lieu of lien rights since they may not lien publicly-owned property. In Arizona claimants are required to send 20-day notices and must also send the general contractor a second written notice within 90-days after the last day they supplied labor or material to the project, or lose their bond claim rights.
Notices of Intent, Mechanic’s Liens and Lien Releases
A notice of intent is sent to inform the interested party that payment has not been received and a mechanic’s lien is imminent. A mechanic’s lien is used to enforce your preliminary notice in the event you have not been paid for your work or services. A lien release is recorded once payment has been received and cleared, thereby releasing the property from the mechanic’s lien.
Homeowners Association’s liens are recorded when a property owner hasn’t paid their HOA fees. As long as the HOA is a “Planned Community” or a “Condominium” liens can be recorded against homeowners in many states.
Affidavits and Proofs of Service
Affidavits and Proofs of Service are a mandatory requirement when recording a lien, therefore Omni keeps records of up to seven years of Prelimninary Notices/Notices to Owners. In most states affidavits and proof of service need to be recorded with a mechanic’s lien in order to establish the right to lien.
Online Request Form Submission
Our online notice submission system speeds the process and improves accuracy to ensure best results. You also receive an email copy of your request for your records.