In 1995, the three Sullivan brothers founded SLS with the goal to uphold integrity in every job, project and action. For more than twenty years, they have helped the company stay true to its mission by providing the highest quality service while delivering construction projects on-budget and on-time. With an emphasis on program and construction management, SLS provides residential and commercial construction services for local and national governments, as well as energy companies. Our headquarters are located in Houston, Texas, but we also maintain offices in Galveston, New Orleans, New York and Charleston. It’s our presence on both coasts, and our full team of project managers, superintendents and construction professionals, that allow us to quickly mobilize and service any assignment, no matter its size. From governmental housing to remote oilfield locations, we customize our projects to your specific needs, easily scaling our team up or down as needed. Whether you’re representing a small or large community — public or private — we help it reach its fullest operating capacity as seamlessly and quickly as possible.


 The federal program "Tu Hogar Renace" is promoted by the Department of Housing (DV), FEMA and the Government of Puerto Rico.

The federal program "Tu Hogar Renace" is promoted by the Department of Housing (DV), FEMA and the Government of Puerto Rico.

THE VICTIMS OF TOA BAJA RETURN TO THEIR HOMES 03/02/2018 - One of the first residences rehabilitated by the federal program "Tu Hogar Renace" was delivered today to a family of victims of Toa Baja, affected by Hurricane Maria on the island. 

The family composed of two older adults, who had to leave the residence after the property suffer structural damage with the devastating atmospheric phenomenon, returned home today thanks to the help and assistance of the "Tu Hogar Renace" program that enables minor repairs of emergency in the houses to turn them into safe, habitable and functional.

The secretary of the Department of Housing (DV), Fernando Gil Enseñat, along with the mayor of Toa Baja, Bernardo "Betito" Márquez, and the senators of the Bayamón district, Carmelo Ríos and Migdalia Padilla, handed over the residence rehabilitated by works made in the roof, kitchen, bathroom, replacement of windows and doors, in addition to other repairs depending on making the house safe, functional and habitable. At the same time, through the Tu Hogar Renace program, they acquired an electric generator.

"Today we take a giant step towards the recovery of our Island. This family of Toa Baja returns home after the devastating passage of Hurricane Maria on the Island, thanks to the assistance of the Tu Hogar Renace program and the commitment of the government and the governor. Ricardo Rosselló in favor of the reconstruction of Puerto Rico. In this residence and in the face of Don Angel Nieves Rivera, the objective of this program is exemplified, which seeks to make the affected dwellings safe and functional for each member of the family. We want families to return to the warmth of their home, their environment and their communities, "the DV secretary said in written statements.

Similarly, Gil Enseñat, reiterated "that the Department of Housing will always be the facilitating entity to promote affordable and safe housing for all Puerto Ricans."

For his part the mayor of Toa Baja said "we are pleased to announce with the Secretary of the Department of Housing, Fernando Gil, the delivery of the first home under the program that was released by Governor Ricardo Rosselló, precisely in Toa Baja. Tu Hogar Renace represents the first step towards the recovery of thousands of Toabajeños, so we work hand in hand with the central government so that our communities have access to their homes soon. Our Llanero people have shown solidarity and resilience, and together in the process we will continue forward. Thanks to the secretary for his commitment and all the component that makes this initiative possible ".

The "Tu Hogar Renace" program is aimed at making temporary repairs to homes with a maximum investment of $ 20,000 per unit.

So far, the program has received more than 30,000 applications and expects to be able to carry out repairs to 75,000 homes affected by Hurricanes Irma and María.

Cmr. George P. Bush's Texas GLO wins prestigious American Planning Association Award

AUSTIN - Today Commissioner George P. Bush announced the Texas General Land Office's (GLO) Community Development and Revitalization program received the American Planning Association Texas Chapter's 2017 Planning Award for the Carver Park Neighborhood Revitalization Program in Galveston. The award recognizes exemplary planning improving the quality of life and economic opportunities in communities.

"The GLO's Community Development and Revitalization team is dedicated to assisting Texans in rebuilding after disasters," said Commissioner Bush. "Communication and cooperation with those in our local communities is vital to the success of long-term recovery. I want to congratulate all of the GLO team members involved and our community partners for this prestigious recognition."


The project was a joint effort to revitalize a community in Galveston following Hurricane Ike. The cooperative effort of the GLO, the Galveston Housing Authority, the city of Galveston and Galveston County used U.S. Housing and Urban Development Community Development Block Grant - Disaster Recovery funds. The design plan included the use of break away designs for flooding, accessibility and connectivity improvements, streetscapes, the use of historical surroundings for design, and the addition of a new community park. You can view a video about the project here -

The GLO's CDR program administers Community Development Block Grants for Disaster Recovery (CDBG-DR) funds on behalf of the state of Texas. HUD recovery funds totaling approximately $4 billion have been allocated for Texas following Hurricanes Rita, Dolly, and Ike; the 2011 wildfires; and the 2015 and 2016 floods. The GLO remains committed to helping Texans recover in the most effective and efficient means possible. These grants can be used for a wide variety of recovery efforts, including housing redevelopment, infrastructure repair, and planning. For additional information on the current application process, please visit

A Message from Todd, Billy, and Johnny Sullivan

We first want to extend our thoughts and prayers to all individuals affected by Hurricane Harvey. Many of our own employees are experiencing damage to their own homes and businesses, and have watched as family and friends experience the wreckage of this storm system. 
Our family of companies was built on teamwork and willingness to work together to provide the best service possible. In our industry, we are called to action when storm systems occur. Hurricane Harvey delivered a devastating blow to our own backyard and has affected the entire Texas Gulf Coast. 
As our teams travel to affected areas of the coast, please pray for their safety and strength. We are grateful for our blessings and for all our employees.
Todd, Billy and Johnny Sullivan


Shelter at Home Program Gives Baton Rouge Family Hope - 10/1/2016

“On a street still lined with pile of debris, three weeks after historic floods inundated the Park Forest subdivision in east Baton Rouge, one family sees light at the end of the tunnel.”

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WHEATLEY COURTS - 10/14/2016

SLS is the general contractor in the multi-million dollar re-development of Wheatley Courts public housing community in San Antonio, which used to be one of the oldest public housing developments in the city.



STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. — For Midland Beach residents Michael Stango and Michele Thornton, it was an exciting homecoming on Thursday afternoon as they were handed keys to their newly-elevated home.

SLS Homes and Galveston Housing Authority break ground on mixed-income housing projects with Cedars at Carver Park and Villas on The Strand, Galveston, Texas.

SLS Homes and the San Benito Housing Authority break ground on a multi-family construction project for the city of San Benito, Texas.

This 50-unit multi-family housing development is located at 301 Victoria Street in San Benito.  The construction of the multi-family project is anticipated to take 10-12 months in order to complete.