Brian Phillips

Brian Phillips is an Architect and Partner at Fitzpatrick Architects in Tyler, Texas. Brian is a firm believer that thoughtful design can enrich and improve communities. He strives to exceed the expectations of his clients in both the quality of design and service he brings to their projects. Brian endeavors to positively impact and inspire the people who experience the buildings and spaces he helps shape.

Upon graduating from Louisiana Tech University in 1998, Brian worked for firms in Dallas, TX and Shreveport, LA before joining Fitzpatrick Architects in 2004. He has had the opportunity to work on a wide range of civic, commercial, medical, religious, and residential projects throughout North Louisiana and East Texas. Brian is NCARB certified and a licensed Architect in the State of Texas. He is also a LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Accredited Professional.

Past Civic projects include:
City of Tyler Fire Stations No.1 and No. 4
City of Tyler Faulkner Police Station
City of Tyler Neighborhood Services

Past Commercial projects include:
Jasper Ventures Office Campus in Whitehouse, TX
Kelly Community Federal Credit Union
The Phirst Building for the Genesis Group
Corporate Green Office Development
STEMCO in Longview, TX
Bossart Office Building
Lago Del Pino Restaurant
Southgate Office Building for The Genecov Group

Past Medical projects include:
Ear Nose & Throat (ENT) Associates of East Texas
Sleep Medicine Institute of Texas (SMIT)
Precision Spine Care Tyler
Cardiovascular Associates of East Texas (CAET)
Cardiovascular Consultants (CVC)
Fairfield Hospital and Emergency Center in Fairfield, TX

Past Religious projects include:
Mentoring Alliance Office
Rockhill Baptist Church in Brownsboro, TX
Christ Church’s South Campus Chapel
All Saints Episcopal School Chapel
FBC Kaufman Worship Center in Kaufman, TX
FBC Midlothian Chapel, Adult Education, and Counselling Center in Midlothian, TX

Brian is married to Dr. Michal Phillips of Tyler, a family practice physician with UT Health in Whitehouse, TX. He has served on numerous organizations and boards in his community. Brian loves the outdoors and is an avid cyclist who enjoys both road and mountain biking. He understands one day he will not be able to keep up with his son Jonathan on the trails.