Acorn Environmental Management Group the #West Midland based provider of integrated #tree, vegetation and #Arboricultural Consultancy Services has almost completed the tree and vegetation clearance works on the M5 Junctions 4a to 6. The clearance works form part of the works to upgrade the #motorway section to a #SMART Motorway.
In total #Acorn have cleared 38 kilometres North and South bound, over a period of 15 weeks and using in excess of 9000 man hours.
Acorn were appointed by a #Balfour More >
Acorn Environmental Management Group, the national provider of arboricultural and landscape consultancy and management services has launched a new training academy to deliver health and safety courses to the arboricultural & Landscaping industry.
The Acorn Academy is a BALI registered training provider for the Registration of Land Based Operatives (ROLO) health and Safety course which is now the recognised health and safety training requirement for the industry. In addition The Acorn Academy More >
Acorn Environmental Management Group Ltd, the national Arboricultural and Landscape, Consultancy and Maintenance provider has secured additional new contracts with a total value of £4 million.
The new contract wins include Tree Management for Midland Heart, The removal of structures vegetation on behalf of AMEY / Sheffield Highways PFI, Arboricultural Services for Chesterfield Borough Council and Tree Maintenance Services Framework for Wakefield District Housing
Kevin O’Rourke, Acorn’s Managing More >
Wales divided into zones as part of efforts to limit spread of Phytophthora ramorum although total eradication ruled out.
Impact: more than two million trees felled to help control disease – image: Andrew Hill
The Welsh Government has launched a strategy to control the spread of Phytophthora ramorum, while acknowledging that the tree pathogen cannot be eliminated.
The national strategy divides Wales into two zones: a core disease zone with high levels of infection in larch stands and that has a More >
The Kenwood House dairy and copper beech trees – image: protectourponds.org.uk
English Heritage is seeking views on proposals to fell a number of significant mature trees by its Kenwood House property on #Hampstead Heath, northwest #London, in order to re-establish historic views from the property and its nearby dairy.
The agency has already completed the first phase of its £6m Caring for Kenwood project, which has seen the interior of the house restored and the dairy opened to the public for More >
Tree Risk Management is something that well informed owners and managers of #trees already undertake. But what is the actual risk from trees, and how far should we go in managing that risk?
In the past when a tree failed it was often seen as an act of God. These days, in a health and safety conscious world, there is a perception that someone is to blame. As a result owners and managers of trees are worried about the serious consequences of a tree failing, and of ending up before the courts. More >
A Good Job done by all,
Good morning all,
Just to confirm #AEMG successfully planted all ten #Lime #trees and 6000 bulbs as per contract, works were completed early hours of this morning.
Mark/Toby/Steve – Please pass on my thanks to all your tree planting staff on site who helped my staff in delivering works on time. This does represent excellent #partnership working.
Thanks Kevin O’Rourke MD #AEMG
#Acorn Environmental Management Group, the arboricultural and landscape management and consultancy group, has secured 3 contract wins with a value in excess of 100k. The new awards which include #tree maintenance, #tree planting, soft #landscaping and #arboriculture #consultancy are all due for completion by the end of December 2013.