Bio Mass Tech, Inc. was founded in 1994 by the Griffin family to meet the growing need for specially trained contractors to cope with today’s sensitive environmental projects. Working closely with general contractors and government agencies, Bio Mass Tech, Inc. has become an industry leader in the “Erosion and Shoreline Restoration Industry.” Bio Mass Tech, Inc. is a proud supporter and member of many of the leading environmental associations and our staff is continuously attending trade shows and seminars to stay ahead of the ever-changing environmental regulations and to bring the latest technology and products to our clients.
Bio Mass Tech, Inc. is a full service environmental consulting & construction firm providing comprehensive construction services and scientific site investigations from the early environmental planning stages to permitting and throughout all phases of development. Our team is certified as a Minority/Woman Business and Small Business Enterprise. With our office in the Tampa Bay Area we are able to provide you with dependable service across Central Florida. We serve both private developers and governmental entities. We recognize the importance of developing a balance between the environment and the economy. Our dedication to practical, cost-effective solutions has built our strong reputation for technical excellence, highest quality outcomes, and diversity of skills to meet all opportunities for successful, timely completion of projects.
Our staff and support personnel serves a growing list of clients including governmental agencies and private enterprises. Our professional team includes professional scientists, environmental contractors, and biologists with planning, construction, and management experience offering expertise in many aspects of environmental science. Our Team recognizes the importance of developing a balance between the environment and the economy.
Our Team offers a broad spectrum of services ranging from strategic planning to scientific site investigations, wetland assessments, shoreline restoration, ecotourism support, environmentally sensitive site work, threatened and endangered species assessments, hydro-seeding, environmental planning, preparation of stormwater pollution prevention plans, NPDES permitting, monitoring, compliance, and pollution prevention training (FDEP Certified Trainer), erosion control installation and maintenance, and public outreach and community support.