Ray Oneglia receiving award from Chris Traylor, The Moles’ Award Committee Chairman
Vice Chairman of the Board Ray Oneglia received The Moles 2014 Outstanding Achievement Award for his decades of contributions to the construction industry.
The award was presented at the organization’s seventy-third annual black tie dinner at the New York Hilton on January 28. Receiving the award Oneglia said, “I am humbled and honored to accept this prestigious award on behalf of not only myself, but also the Oneglia family and the employees of O&G Industries, both past and present.”
He also acknowledged his late father, Raymond A. Oneglia, in his remarks, regretting that he was unable to be there to share in the evening. “I’m standing on the shoulders of all who came before me and surrounded by a lot of dedicated people who work hard day in and day out – they all deserve the recognition every bit as much,” said Oneglia.
Established in 1936, The Moles is a fraternal organization of individuals engaged in building tunnels, subways, sewers, foundations, marine, subaqueous and other heavy construction projects.