Charles Goldsmith

Chuck is an Architect and Partner at Fitzpatrick Architects, and a member of the Northeast Texas section of the AIA. He has worked on a variety of projects, including residential, churches, commercial, municipal, and industrial, and currently focuses primarily on medical facilities.

Chuck received his Bachelor of Arts from the University of Texas, and after stints as a builder/remodeler, cabinetmaker, and as a missionary builder with Youth with a Mission, he earned his Master of Architecture from Texas Tech University. He has worked in Tyler since 1996, and has worked with Steve Fitzpatrick since 2000.

His recent project involvement has included an addition and remodel of Racquet & Jog in Tyler, several ambulatory surgery centers in Texas, Louisiana, and Arizona, a new clinic space for the Veteran’s Administration in Tyler, and various addition and remodel projects in hospitals, retail stores and restaurants, car dealerships, offices, and residences.

Past projects have included the adaptive reuse of Tyler’s historic Cotton Belt Depot, industrial facilities for Aramark Uniform, and Tyler Beverage, a remodel of First Baptist Church Mineola, the ETMC “CyberKnife” robotic surgical vault, the ETMC Data Center, ETMC Fairfield Hospital, and the ETMC Jacksonville Olympic Center. He has also been the Project Architect for a variety of adaptive reuse and remodel projects for the ETMC Regional Healthcare System including the ETMC 5th Street Medical Offices, the Frankston Medical Clinic, and on new clinics in Canton, Mt. Vernon, and Trinity, Texas.

Hobbies are woodworking, remodeling, welding and fabrication, shade tree vehicle repair, guitar, sailing, and traveling with Nancy, his wife of 36 years. They have four children, and six grandchildren.