PROJECT PORTFOLIO

Slattery Tackett Architects is a Houston based firm that designs spaces where people work, pray, and protect communities. Our clients range from family-owned businesses and large corporations to nonprofit organizations and city governments. Get a closer look at some of our projects by clicking through the pages of our portfolio of work. 

Slattery Tackett Architect's Portfolio of Work

Our scope of work includes spaces where people work, pray, and protect communities and our clients range from family-owned businesses and large corporations to nonprofit organizations and city governments. Get a closer look at some of our projects by clicking through the pages of our project portfolio. 

Fire Stations

We know fire stations. We’ve designed more than 25 fire and E.M.S. facilities, and our expertise in this market has grown with each one.

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Religious Facilities

Put your faith in a team that not only has experience in designing places of worship and but also has a heart for them.

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Commercial Spaces

From retail centers to office spaces our commercial designs are each unique and customized for the clients who will use them.

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"I strongly recommend Slattery Tackett Architects LLP for any organization looking to find a professional and knowledgeable partner."

— Robin Hayslip, Little York Fire Department

"David and his firm are true client focused architects. He and his firm deliver the goods, not just the image. He is creative and thoughtful in design and problem solving, alert to and astute to adhering the project within the Owner's budget, and receptive to solving budget and project issues in a pro-active, positive, team environment without compromise to long term project ownership, occupancy, or facility integrity."

— Don Brady, Durotech, Builders of Integrity

"After the first project we were so pleased with the building’s design and David Slattery’s ability that there was no question who we wanted to design our latest building. There is no question in my mind that Slattery Tackett Architects is one of the best firms at designing and delivering public service buildings."

— Jimmy Sumbera, Channelview Fire Department

"Our design committee selected Slattery Tackett Architects because of their innovative designs and ability to work well with owners and contractors. Slattery Tackett's dedication to meeting and surpassing client requirements and timelines is balanced with cost efficiency and integrity of design."

— Chuck Brawner, Mayor of Katy

"They are a very capable and professional group. Their project management skills, attention to schedule, adn cost projections are of the highest quality."

— Dave Ferguson, Brazoria County Emergency Services District 3

Channelview Fire Station 3

FEATURED FIRE STATION

Completed in November 2017, this station replaces a nearby existing station serving the Channelview community.  The 22,600 square foot facility has four pull-through apparatus bays, living quarters for full-time fire and EMS duty crew, District administration and multi-purpose training room. 

Channelview Fire Station 3

FEATURED FIRE STATION

Completed in November 2017, this station replaces a nearby existing station serving the Channelview community.  The 22,600 square foot facility has four pull-through apparatus bays, living quarters for full-time fire and EMS duty crew, District administration and multi-purpose training room. 

Katy Fire Station #2

FEATURED FIRE FACILITY 

Completed in March 2019, the new Katy Fire Station #2 is the result of a bond election passed by the citizens of Katy in response to increased demand for fire and medical emergency response in the fast-growing area of their community on the south side of Interstate 10. The 13,000 square foot wood frame station was designed to have a small Texas town feel with exterior features of Texas limestone, timber trusses, and metal roofing.

Katy Fire Station #2

FEATURED FIRE FACILITY 

Completed in March 2019, the new Katy Fire Station #2 is the result of a bond election passed by the citizens of Katy in response to increased demand for fire and medical emergency response in the fast-growing area of their community on the south side of Interstate 10. The 13,000 square foot wood frame station was designed to have a small Texas town feel with exterior features of Texas limestone, timber trusses, and metal roofing.

Get in Touch

Contact Us

Phone

(713) 521-0591

 

Mail

studio@slatterytackett.com

Address

730 North Post Oak Road, Suite 200
Houston, Texas 77024-3837