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Seanote Construction

Seanote Construction Service

Seanote Construction

15202 Northwest 147 Drive Suite 1200-172
Alachua Florida 32615
United States

(352) 448-5763

Business Description

Seanote Construction is an exceptional residential and commercial contractor dedicated to delivering exceptional services that transform spaces and surpass the expectations of our customers. We strive to be recognized as a trusted partner, known for our unwavering commitment to quality, integrity and innovation in every project we undertake. Our team consists of architects, engineers and tradesmen who work together to bring your visions into reality. We believe that teamwork and effective communication are the cornerstones of success, which is why we prioritize open and transparent interactions with our clients throughout every step of the process

Business Hours

Monday8:30 am - 5:30 pm
Tuesday8:30 am - 5:30 pm
Wednesday8:30 am - 5:30 pm
Thursday8:30 am - 5:30 pm
Friday8:30 am - 5:30 pm

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About Alachua

Alachua ( ə-LATCH-oo-ay) is the second-largest city in Alachua County, Florida and the third-largest in North Central Florida. According to the 2020 census, the city's population was 10,574. Alachua has one of the largest bio and life sciences sectors in Florida and is the site for the Santa Fe College Perry Center for Emerging Technologies. == History == Evidence of habitation by pre-historic Paleo-Indians exists in several documented locations within the San Felasco Hammock Preserve State Park. In the historic era, the primary town for the Potano tribe that lived throughout North Central Florida also was within San Felasco. This town became the site of the first Spanish doctrina (mission with a resident priest) in the Florida interior in 1606, Mission San Francisco de Potano, and it was the last to be abandoned by the Spanish in the early 1700s due to raids instigated by the British. Nearby to the north along the Santa Fe River was another mission, Santa Fe de Toloca, which was part of the mission chain stretching from St. Augustine to Pensacola.The area slightly northeast of the current City of Alachua was among the first settled by Americans in Florida in the early 19th Century. Many participants in the Patriot War that attempted to force the annexation of Florida to the United States from the Spanish resided there, including the Dell family. The exact date of first settlement is unknown, but the community first known as Dell's Courthouse then later renamed as Newnansville is, along with Micanopy, the oldest distinctly American settlement in the State.

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