SRG of Buffalo is engaged in these practices - to include consulting, design, construction; and site and project assessment. We can assess your site to provide you with the best recommendations to meet code criteria, project objectives relative to Sustainability, SWPPP compliance, and Ecological Site Design.  



  • Green Infrastructure
  • LID - Low Impact Developing
  • We specialize in the selection and the design of native plant materials that work in Storm Water Manangement projects like: Bio-retention, Rain Gardens, Bio-filtration, Riparian restoration, etc.... Even the best engineered bio-retention cells can be failures if the proper plants are not designed in that would sustain the facility for years to come. Considerations such as: root mass, natural expansion, transpiration, etc... must be factored in and be a component of the design. A properly designed, engineered and constructed Bio-retention or filtration facility or rain garden will become better 
  • with age.
  • selections. Bioretention/Green Parking Lots - Environmental Site Design
  • Bioswales and Storm Water Impoundment  - Rain Gardens 
  • Site/Project Ecological Assessments - assessing the proposed or existing site or property to provide recommendations relative to creating a more Sustainable and Ecological site. 
  • Natural Play Areas (playgrounds) that incorporate; nature, biophilia concepts, alternative activity implements, meadows, forests, topography, and more...
  • Ecological Site Design - Natural Systems. 
  • Green Roof Systems - and not simply a roof with a rubber liner and some 
  • pre-planted synthetic trays.  
  • RED - Regenerative and Ecological Design. We have to regenerate, recharge and restore and move beyond Sustainability. 
  • Habitat Conservation - Ecological Restoration
  • COMPOST - We manufacture a specially formulated compost for a variety of uses: brownfields and general soil remediation, landscape, bioretention, urban farms... 
  • Soil and Site Testing/Remediation  - Full assays of biological testing as well as micro and macro nutrients in addition to metals testing.   
  • SWPPP Compliance - including Compost Berms verses synthetic silt fencing. Silt fencing is synthetic, requires maintenance, has to be hauled and disposed of in a landfill. Compost Berms can be specially designed to filter sediment even on slopes. This compost can then be simply incorporated in to the site and the cost for site soil amendments can be reduced from the project.