Steve Fitzpatrick

Steve graduated from Texas A & M University in 1978 with a degree in Environmental Design. He received his Masters Degree from Rice University in 1981. Steve worked with the firm of Charles Tapley and Associates in Houston while attending graduate school. He was licensed to practice Architecture by the State of Texas in 1983. After working for another firm in Tyler, Steve opened his own Architectural practice in 1986 which has grown to its current size as one of the largest firms in East Texas. In 2010 Steve invited five of his staff Architects to become partners and formed the current firm of Fitzpatrick Architects.

Steve has completed a wide variety of projects including multiple projects for Green Acres Baptist Church in Tyler, Mobberly Baptist Church in Longview, The Wellborn Houston Law Office in Henderson, The Tyler Civic Theater Complex, The City of Tyler Glass Recreation Center, The Tyler Salvation Army Center of Hope, Dermatology Associates of Tyler, The Genecov Group Office, Posados Corporate Offices, and many facilities throughout the region for East Texas Medical Center.

Steve has served as a Board Member on the City of Tyler Board of Adjustments, The American Red Cross Smith County Chapter, Parent Services, The Robert E. Lee High School Booster Club, and Tyler Community Homes. He served as Chairman for several of these organizations.

Steve currently serves as a deacon at Green Acres Baptist Church, the Northeast Texas Representative on the Dallas AIA Board of Directors, the Northeast Texas Executive Director for the Texas Architects Committee (TAC), and serves, by appointment of the Governor of Texas, on the State of Texas Industrialized Building Code Council.

Steve and his wife Marta have three daughters and five grandchildren.