“Slatter Construction jobs run smoothly because we do our homework and then get to work. We are straightforward and diligent about project budgets, we communicate clearly, and our experience reduces errors to nil. Our clients are loyal because they understand the specifics of a job before it begins and we deliver results in construction.”
California general contractor
Member of American Society of Professional Estimators
- Industrial Arts Program, Cabrillo College Construction Management Program
- United States Naval Technical Training Center, Yeoman’s School
- United States Naval Submarine School
Matt manages project estimating and safety programs for Slatter Construction. With more than twenty years of construction experience and an eye for detail, he knows exactly what it will take to get the job done. His job is to ask a lot of questions, track down information and establish a realistic budget that everyone can deliver to. Matt builds each project in his head as he puts the estimate together, making sure that there are no gaps between work estimates from subcontractors, that the amount of labor is appropriate and that all the finishes and hardware are included.
Serving four years as a Yeoman on a Navy submarine reinforced work habits Matt grew up observing as the son of a Navy SEAL. In the Navy Matt learned the value of clear, concise communication and became hyper-organized. His ability to combine field construction experience with detailed planning and data management gives the company a competitive advantage in cost estimating and delivering projects on time and on budget.
Matt’s career began at Reese Construction as a shop and yard employee in 1981. He became an apprentice there, and completed the program at Slatter Construction in 1986. After serving in the Navy, Matt returned to the business in 1990.