Santa Cruz Office
126 Fern Street
Santa Cruz, CA 95060
Santa Clara Office
670 Nuttman St. #106
Santa Clara, CA 95054

Sid Slatter

President

“Slatter Construction’s reputation is our most valuable asset and it’s my responsibility to uphold it. My job, first and foremost, is to make certain that our clients are satisfied. They have a right to expect a high level of craftsmanship, open communication, and a project completed on time and on budget. I’m the guy that makes sure we deliver.”

Licenses:

  • California general contractor
  • California general engineering contractor
  • Managing officer, Slatter Construction’s A license (783562)

Professional Affiliations:

Associated Builders and Contractors Golden Gate Chapter, 2009 and 2010 Chairman as well as Director since 2004 (www.abcggc.org)

Past president, Santa Cruz Builder’s Exchange Member,

American Society of Civil Engineers

Experience:

As president of Slatter Construction, Sid is a hands-on manager. With more than a dozen years of building experience he has managed hundreds of successful commercial and residential projects, including five buildings for the Santa Cruz Medical Foundation, the Henry Willey building, the Flatiron building and the Social Security building in downtown Santa Cruz, West Marine/Staples, the Oblates of St. Joseph Shrine, the 41st Avenue Best Western, and a variety of projects at the Santa Cruz Beach & Boardwalk such as the new Neptune’s Kingdom and Boardwalk Bowl.

Sid’s job is to make certain that every job is done right. On his regular rounds he checks the details to be sure that the craftsmanship is up to Slatter Construction standards, that the project is progressing on time, and that the budget is on track. And then he makes sure that the client is well informed. It’s the way Slatter Construction does business.

Sid worked his way up over the years from yard manager in high school to become president of Slatter Construction in 2000. In those years he did just about every job there is on a construction project: digging ditches, running heavy equipment, framing buildings, hanging doors and doing finish work. His depth of experience and willingness to dig in to construction details on the job reinforce the companys can-do reputation.

Education:

Industrial Arts Program, Cabrillo College Construction Management Program

Community Involvement:

  • Santa Cruz Rotary Club Member and Director
  • Past member, Strategic Planning and Principal’s Advisory Committees, Good Shepherd School

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