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About

“Slattery prides itself on assisting clients to achieve their objectives for each and every project. Dedicated to direct and honest communication, the Slattery team is focused on delivering value for clients throughout Australia.”

Peter Slattery
Founder | Slattery

Slattery was founded in 1976 by Peter Slattery, who left a global QS practice to build his own company, shaped by the underlying principal of an inclusive culture to power creativity and spark innovation. Peter believes that by having a workplace that recognises and nurtures diversity, it cultivates a sense of belonging. This in turn, sustains retention, drives recruitment and creates a profitable, high-performance work environment. This philosophy has contributed to the continued success of Slattery over the last 42 years. Ultimately, it is Slattery’s clients that are the main beneficiaries of this approach.

In 2000, Peter retired as Managing Director, and with his wife Cate Slattery purchased the Terindah Estate Winery with a vision to create the Bellarine Peninsula’s most beautiful food and wine destination, now an award-winning winery.

Slattery has continued to grow, with Josh Slattery at the helm, opening offices in Sydney in 2003, Brisbane 2008 and Perth in 2012 and cost managing many of Australia’s most exciting property and construction projects.

In October 2017, Sarah Slattery was appointed as Managing Director; the first female managing director of any quantity surveying firm in Australia. Slattery is a contemporary, diverse work-force of over 90 staff, with a progressive growth strategy to service a dynamic national property and construction industry.

With an ability to become an integral part of the project team, a commitment to excellence and innovation has earned Slattery the trust and respect of clients and project teams alike. Slattery will add value to the project by taking control and ownership of the cost management process from the outset.

In 2018, Slattery won the PwC Award for Diversity for companies with less than 250 employees at the Property Council of Australia / Rider Levett Bucknall Innovation and Excellence Awards in May. Slattery earned the judges’ applause for building a business with diversity at its heart.

Our People

Our people are our greatest asset. We employ highly skilled and motivated individuals who are focused on achieving the most cost efficient solution for our clients.

Josh Slattery
Josh SlatteryExecutive Chairman
Sarah Slattery
Sarah SlatteryManaging Director
Crawford Fulton
Crawford FultonDirector
Ivy Halstead
Ivy HalsteadDirector
Julian Crow
Julian CrowDirector
Gillian Cottle
Gillian CottleDirector
Mark Pickerill
Mark PickerillDirector
Barry Laycock
Barry LaycockDirector
Mark Cathie
Mark CathieDirector
James Dennis
James DennisDirector
Belinda Coates
Belinda CoatesDirector, Clients & Strategy
Stephen Cummins
Stephen CumminsDirector Project Strategy
Michelle Lin
Michelle LinDirector
Shaun Cugley
Shaun CugleyDirector
Tom Dean
Tom DeanSenior Associate
Liam Manning
Liam ManningSenior Associate
James Doolan
James DoolanSenior Associate
Jude Tsai
Jude TsaiSenior Associate
Steve McLaughlin
Steve McLaughlinSenior Associate
Vlad Kiselev
Vlad KiselevAssociate
Christine Edwards
Christine EdwardsAssociate
Jim Harrington
Jim HarringtonAssociate
Steven Martindale
Steven MartindaleAssociate
Robert Lees
Robert LeesAssociate
Maja Meh
Maja MehAssociate
Robert Scott
Robert ScottAssociate
Josh Coxen
Josh CoxenAssociate
Margot Nicholas
Margot NicholasNational Practice Manager

Our Values

Our values are critical in shaping the culture that we work in, enabling us to achieve better outcomes for the community through the built environment. They govern the behaviours and cultures that we recognise and celebrate.

Raise the Bar

  • We strive for excellence
  • We are enthusiastic, committed and passionate about what we do
  • We are inquisitive about how we can do things better and challenge the status quo
  • We are dynamic and focus on finding solutions rather than problems
  • No silos: it’s not their problem or my achievement – we share in each other’s challenges and achievements

Engage with Respect

  • Our success is based on supporting each other’s growth and development and we recognise each other’s achievements
  • We listen intently and with an open mind, debate with empathy and then speak with one voice
  • We understand, respect and support each other’s differences and drivers, both inside and outside of work
  • Everyone plays a vital part in our success

We Value our Clients

  • We go the extra mile for our clients and exceed their expectations on service and value
  • We value the close relationships that we develop with our clients
  • We seek to become the trusted adviser of choice to our clients and an integral part of their team

We acknowledge the Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the first inhabitants of the nation and the traditional custodians of the lands where we work and live. We pay our respect to Elders, past and present. We are committed to a positive future for the Aboriginal community.

Our Locations

New Business Enquiries
(03) 9602 1313
slattery@slattery.com.au

Brisbane

Level 18, 239 George Street
Brisbane QLD 4000

P (07) 3041 7373
E brisbane@slattery.com.au

Melbourne

Level 14, 160 Queen Street
Melbourne VIC 3000

P (03) 9602 1313
melbourne@slattery.com.au

Perth

Level 5, 580 Hay Street
Perth WA 6000

P (08) 9221 4444

Sydney

Level 10, 14 Martin Place,
Sydney

P (02) 9423 8850

Sustainability

Slattery is committed to conducting business in a sustainable manner and strives to regularly identify, review and assess the environmental impacts of our business operations, and to assist our clients in reducing the environmental impact of their projects. We strive to incorporate quality improvements including sustainable solutions into each of our client’s projects.

We have worked on many award-winning projects that have implemented environmentally sustainable design solutions including Green Star, PassivHaus, WELS, WELL and NABERS rating and certification systems.  In working with design teams to achieve ESD solutions within a project, Slattery research and price various options to enable good decisions to be made that take into account the value and cost of each design feature; allowing transparent discussion on each initiative’s merit and achieving value for money via an integrated design approach.

This is important for any project, contributing to a leading position for Australia in the global move towards sustainable societies.

Slattery will work with clients to further develop sustainability goals and targets for their project and cost assessments of environmental options, allowing them to maximise their sustainability performance.

Slattery has operated a Greenhouse Gas Emissions Inventory in line with ISO 14064 since 2008. This assists us in targeting reductions in our business emissions per employee.

We are currently developing an Environmental Management System (EMS) in line with ISO 14001.

Slattery targets continuous improvement to minimise the environmental impact of our business and has implemented the following measures:

  • identification and adoption of office energy efficiency management practices and technologies
  • a company car share scheme
  • support of staff cycling to work including the provision of shower and changing facilities
  • adoption of inter-office video conferencing where possible to minimise air travel
  • minimisation of office paper usage through double-sided printing and usage benchmarking
  • recycling of office paper and waste
  • review of the environmental credentials of office consumables with priority given to
  • good Environmental Choice Australia (GECA) certified products
  • education of our staff in improved environmental practice and project work Integration of sustainability into our project services and deliverables

We regularly review our activities, which has the full support of Slattery’s Directors and staff.