SGCC roots were founded on decorative concrete. During the 70’s, SGCC helped to install the decorative concrete around the tallest structure in Buffalo NY, The HSBC Tower. During the 80’s, SGCC reconstructed Court Street in down town Buffalo and all of the sidewalks were decorative heated sidewalks. The Seneca Niagara Casino in Niagara Falls was another decorative sidewalk project. Our award winning Ferry Grider project tops the cake. The Ferry Grider Buffalo Municipal Housing Authority (BMHA) projects were originally constructed in the 1950’s. This is the first inner city reconstruction project performed in the area since then.
The scope of this 5 million dollar project replacing more than 15,000 SY decorative concrete pavement roadway, including concrete curbs and gutters. The decorative, exposed aggregate pavement on this job is used as a maintenance access road that runs through the middle of the complex and around the entire perimeter for property management personnel to maintain easy access into each courtyard. The finish pavement has exceptional strength and aesthetic appeal, and has the added benefit of low maintenance costs. For the BMHA and the residents of Ferry Grider, the pavement also represents a hope for the future of this area and care for its residents, which demonstrated by the attention to detail and quality commitment of contractor.