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George Abadie

Seacoast Construction

With over 30 years’ experience in all aspects of the construction industry, company founder and president George Abadie is responsible for the overall strategy and day-to-day management of Seacoast Construction. Abadie received an Associate in Arts Degree in architecture and a bachelor’s degree in construction management from the FIU School of Engineering. He has been working actively in the construction industry since the age of 18 when he began his training at various architectural firms. Abadie’s education combined with his hands-on training in the roofing, carpentry and engineering fields, have provided him with the unique ability to look at a job from every angle, anticipating and solving potential problems before they arise. George Abadie founded Seacoast in 1999 and has grown the company to a well-respected commercial and residential construction company for the last 20 years.

Before founding Seacoast, Abadie was with the firm Cornerstone Group, where he supervised the construction of multi-family apartment projects for the company’s Alliance Construction division. Abadie’s expertise also involves large-scale Hotel remodels, commercial buildouts, residential town-homes, religious facilities, and assisted living facilities.

It is Abadie’s dedication to perfection in every aspect of the business – from customer service to the smallest details of the construction process – that drives the Seacoast Construction philosophy. Under Abadie’s leadership, Seacoast has quickly grown into one of Florida’s premier general contracting firms.

George was born in New York City and started living in Miami since 1982 and raised both his daughters in Miami-Dade.

George joined Assistance to the Elderly in May 2018 as a member of the Board of Directors. “I understand how challenging it is to access affordable housing in Florida, especially Miami-Dade. “I take pride in being involved with an organization that is providing supportive housing to the most vulnerable in our community, low-income older adults,” George commented.