Green Streets Environmental Services & Consultancy

Green Streets is a Cincinnati based Environmental Services Company founded in 2007 with a primary focus on storm water mitigation. We sell, service, design and consult on a host of Storm Water Related Mitigation  Tools, as well as LEED Projects. We offer  Storm Water Mitigation Systems including Modular Green or Vegetative Roof Systems, Full Rainwater Catchment and Filtration Systems, Living Walls,  Infiltration Systems for Residential, Commercial, Development, and Municipal needs.  This can also include Retrofit of existing Municipal Source Storm Water outlets and or CSO’s adding Filtration capability to reduce costs while improving water quality.

LEED Project Management

We consult, and manage on LEED Projects both Residential and Commercial through The Sustainability Partnership of Cincinnati also known as TSPC or TSPCincy. The Partnership is a Design – Build Model that Green Streets Founded consisting of nine locally vested companies offering a myriad of Green and LEED Building Services. With Design Build you as the client have a point person working directly with each of your contractors and sub-contractors to maintain the highest level of access and communication. This not only reduces stress and

Meet Our Team

Benjamin Haggerty

CEO and Founder of Green Streets LLC & The Sustainability Partnership of Cincinnati

Client Relations – Project Manager

Benjamin Haggerty founded Green Streets Environmental Services in July of 2009 with his long time friend Michael Butler. He has served continuously as Chief Executive Officer to date. He also founded The Sustainability Partnership in March of 2010 and continues to work with that consortium to date to develop his “one stop shop” design / build model in sustainable Residential, Commercial, and Municipal Green Construction.

Ben attended both The University of Cincinnati as well as Cincinnati State Technical College. As a Surgical Coordinator for the Department Of Transplant Surgery at University Hospital in Cincinnati Ohio he honed his skill sets at the complicated logistics of urgent, non emergent and transplant surgeries. As a Surgical Coordinator Ben facilitated well over 10 thousand surgical procedures. Ben was instrumental in increasing the department of Transplants market share in renal access surgery over 300% in a few short years. The Department became the premier provider for such services in the Region. Turning these skill sets to facilitating use and understanding of often complicated and misunderstood products and services in the burgeoning Sustainable Industries has been a natural fit.

Ben, is an avid hiker who also loves to repel and is known to tackle a good “mud run” when the chance arises. Ben works in many capacity’s in the non profit “green” community as well in Greater Cincinnati working with groups such as Green Umbrella and volunteering every chance he gets with outdoor events such as “Swim Ohio”. While originally from Weymouth Massachusetts he has resided in the greater Cincinnati area for well over thirty years and lives on Prospect Hill with his wife Sarah, and their two boys, Dashiell & Beckett.

Tre Sheldon


Consulting Attorney – Project Management – Environmental Scientist

Tre serves as an Environmental Consultant & Client Manager for GreenStreets, assisting with site planning and development, land use, mapping and data implementation in Geographic Information Systems, sustainability, environmental impacts, as well as potential issues with remediation and E.P.A. compliance

Tre has helped clients navigate today’s complex and changing environmental, land use, and real estate issues, capitalizing on both short and long term monetary savings incentives, while reducing negative impact on the environment. Tre has both legal and technical expertise, having obtained a Juris Doctor degree with specialized certification in Environmental and Energy Law and a Master of Science degree in Geosciences. He has served on the Hamilton County (Ohio) Board of Revisions, a Brownfields Panel in Chicago, and formerly held positions at both the American Planning Association and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. He currently serves on several environmental- and planning-related boards and committees in the Cincinnati area.

Although born and raised in Cincinnati, Tre has lived in multiple states and has traveled to numerous countries and regions around the world. He comes from a family with a tradition of environmental stewardship, his paternal grandfather and uncle both having been enshrined in the Ohio Department of Natural Resources Conservation Hall of Fame. Tre loves hiking and backpacking, alpine sports including mountain climbing and skiing, snorkeling and scuba diving, organic gardening, and blues and jazz. He resides in Indian Hill, Ohio with his wife, Laura, a medical doctor, and their four children.