Recent projects Include the removal of a partially failed over-mature Oak tree, the tree has extensive decay in the main truck extending into the primary structure of the tree a very large limb failed causing damage to the adjacent garages and car parking in the area.
Luckily no one was injured ,a consulting arborist from the team attended site with 1 hr of receiving the report.
After assessment the tree was deemed unsafe to retain.
Due to site access issues and condition of the tree a crane removal was deemed the safest almost cost effective solution.
Within a 5 day notification period resident where informed and crane and teams mobilised and the tree was removed.
No additional damage was incurred and the residents where delighted with the short duration of the works (1 day) and minimal disruption to access and egress to garage’s and resident parking. , a job well done by a well organised team.
Multi-million pound project to reopen UK’s longest river to protected fish species
Work begins this week on a major UK wildlife project on the River Severn thanks largely to £10.8m from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) – using National Lottery players’ money – and £6m from the European Union LIFE programme.
Dovetail working with our partners at OCS are delivering tree and vegetation clearance and management programme to accommodate the engineering works.
Pre Ecological assessments carried out for both active bird nesting and Bat roosts, Biosecurity measures in place for machines and staff on and off sensitive sites.
All works delivered on time, additional works accommodated at short notice, working with local authority highways to organise foot path closures and alternative root.
Western power shut down on a HV line all works accommodated within a single day to minimise cost and disruption.
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