We are growing! The new two-story building law firm of DeLoach, Hofstra & Cavonis, P.A. and Seminole Title Company is designed to meet the growing needs of our clients, staff, and the community with more offices, conference rooms, and a larger meeting room for seminars and events. Our new office will be hurricane-resistant with a back-up generator to protect files, equipment, and provide a refuge for staff in the event they personally lose power during a storm. Our current offices are open during construction. We are providing a shuttle service for our staff so they can park off-site to ensure ample parking for clients and guests.
Early rendering of the new office building for the law firm of DeLoach, Hofstra & Cavonis, P.A. and Seminole Title Company.
Our groundbreaking ceremony on January 30, 2020 officially kicked-off the construction of our new office building.
(Pictured left to right: Master of Ceremonies Dr. Jim Olliver, Simone DeLoach, Christine O'Neil, Rep DeLoach, Dennis R. DeLoach Jr., Paul Cavonis, Joe Murphy, Jerry Kleber and Doug Cavonis)
Attorney Paul Cavonis taking a spin in the tractor to help launch construction on the new building.
Concrete foundation being poured.
Building construction is underway and the first floor is taking shape.
Director of Marketing Simone DeLoach and Marketing Coordinator Ashleigh Fisichella hanging wayfinding signage for clients and guests.
Our Director of Marketing Simone DeLoach had Tara and Alex from the Greater Seminole Area Chamber of Commerce come by for a tour of the progress of our new building.
Underground drainage being installed to help with water diversion to prevent future flooding.
We have stucco! They are working on finishing the building's stucco to prep it for paint!
Our contractor Doug Cavonis wears many hats and he is shown here directing traffic as we receive the remaining stormwater structures.
The drywall on the first floor is complete. Look at all the great natural light!
Progress on the parking lot!
Getting our first coat of paint.
Cabinets getting installed in our future break room.
Granite top and cabinets installed for future hospitality station.
As part of our "Going Green" initiative, we opted for a water fountain with a water bottle filling station to cut down on one-use plastic bottles.
Receipt of our A/C units which for installation on our roof. This is very important equipment in sunny Florida!
We received and installed our backup generator. This will help provide a refuge for staff in the new building in the event they personally lose power during a storm.
A/C units are installed and ready for us to move in soon.
Attorney Joe Murphy taking a tour of the 2nd floor. They have begun the installation of the offices.
The first-floor "store-front" conference room walls and doors are installed.
The landscaping has begun!
The lobby floor installation is underway.
The conference room furniture has been delivered!
Granite has been installed for the reception desk as well as hospitality stations, thanks to Granite City!
Simone DeLoach started working on the interior design, starting with moving and installation of antique family photos and mementos of the DeLoach Family. Dennis R. DeLoach Jr. discusses the history of the pictures with his paralegal Sharon Touchton along with his son and attorney Rep DeLoach.
We have set-up new bookshelves and moved over the Florida Statutes into their new home in our second-floor conference room!
In preparation for the demolition of the former building, artist Dennis McBride drew a rendering of the building. The artwork was unveiled in celebration of Dennis R. DeLoach’s 83rd Birthday on September 13, 2021.
The old building was torn down to make room for a parking lot for our clients and staff.