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Our East Spring Street Rehabilitation project has been collecting a few awards lately.  This street improvement project involved the use of “green infrastructure” design elements such as bioretention planters, permeable pavement, and a vegetated “green wall” to assist with decreasing the storm water runoff from the roadway into Glen Falls Park in Williamsville, New York.  As part of the overall rehabilitation and development of the old Water Mill area, DiDonato is proud to have been a part of this successful project for the Village.  See our Project Gallery section for more detailed information on this project.

Recent awards include:

  • APWA NY Chapter | 2017 Project of the Year Award – Environment
  • APWA WNY Chapter | 2017 Project of the Year Award – Environment
  • Erie County Environmental Management Council | Environmental Excellence Award

2018 Anniversaries

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The year 2018 brings along with it a few milestone anniversaries here at DiDonato Associates:

  • Mary Beth Shanley – 25 years
  • Michael Banks, AIA – 15 years
  • Frank Sandarelli – 10 years
  • Robin Prall – 5 years


Congratulations and Happy Anniversary to all!

New Projects

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East Spring Street Rehabilitation

As part of the Revitalization of the old Water Mill area in the Village of Williamsville, DiDonato provided design and construction services for the rehabilitation of East Spring Street.  Design included green infrastructure elements such as bioretention planters, permeable pavement, and installation of a green wall to decrease runoff from the street into the park area.  The objective of the project was to develop a streetscape that will improve accessibility, parking, stormwater quality, greenspace and overall visual environment.


Elma Highway Garage

DiDonato Associates is providing professional architecture and engineering services for the design of a new 12,880 SF municipal highway garage and office building on a 13-acre site for the Town of elma. The new building will include locker rooms, toilet rooms, kitchen, office areas, and garage area.  Also included is all related site work such as parking, driveways, sidewalks, curbing, utilities, site lighting, and landscaping.

Buffalo Niagara International Airport  (BNIA) Runway 14-32 Rehabilitation

DiDonato is providing design, design support during construction, and construction monitoring services for the Runway 14-32 rehabilitation project at BNIA for the Niagara Frontier Transportation Authority (NFTA).  The project will include full-depth mill of the existing asphalt overlay, concrete pavement repair and crack sealing or rubblizing of the underlying concrete base, installation of new P-403 Hot Mix Asphalt base and P-401 surface course overlay, repairs to the Runway end overruns (blast pads), new drainage design and insatllation, new runway edgelights, airfield pavement marking insallation, runway pavement grooving, and airfield construction safety and phasing and maintenance and protection of traffic operations.