By Ron Jones

RANCHO CORDOVA (CBS13) — Construction across the nation is making a recovery after years of recession cost jobs and company hours.

Back in 2008, a lot of construction companies were really hurting because of the economy.

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But Omega Products International in Rancho Cordova didn’t give up.

“The construction industry is alive and well again,” Dan Longstreet said.

He says construction material moving on pallets are bringing in huge profits.

“We’re sending material into Oregon, Washington, Idaho,” he said.

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The small company sells commercial and residential stucco, tile, and stone products to contractors across the country.

A recent report by the Associated Press found construction projects increasing nationwide, with hot markets in North Dakota, Utah, Houston and Miami. It also says some contractors are offering signing bonuses of $5,000 to $10,000 for skilled workers.

Longstreet says things are great now, but the 2008 economic crisis had them troubled. With fewer customers, things looked bleak.

But now the company is getting so much business, it’s moving out of a 15,000-square-foot warehouse in Rancho Cordova and into a 50,000-square-foot facility in South Sacramento. The sales manager anticipates even better days ahead.

“We’re happy to bring in more jobs from Sacramento into our location. We love Sacramento this is where we’ve made a lot of our growth happen,” he said.

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The new facility will be open in about four months, adding 15 more jobs.