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Acorn Group delivers another successful ROLO Health & Safety course

AEMG has successfully delivered the ROLO Health and Safety Awareness course on Friday in Cambridge to 8 Ecologists from Applied Ecology.

 The next scheduled ‘open’ course is in the Redditch area and will be held on Wednesday 26th April 2017.

Please contact Bruce Pattinson for further details bruce.pattinson@aemg.co.uk

 

 

 

 

 

Acorn Group secures Sandwell MBC Arboricultural Services Framework

Acorn Environmental Management Group the national provider of Tree Maintenance, Arboricultural Consultancy, Landscaping and Rope Access Services has secured the Arboricultural Services Framework for Sandwell MBC.

The framework has a duration of 4 years with an estimated annual value of up to £600,000 per annum

 

Acorn Group Seeks new Arboricultural Surveyor

Acorn Environmental Management Group currently has a vacancy for:

Arboricultural Surveyor

AEMG are looking to further expand their Consultancy Department by employing an Arboricultural Surveyor. As one of our surveyors you will deliver condition surveys for a wide variety of clients ranging from Housing associations, Highway contracts and Government agencies.

Salary dependant on experience and qualifications.  Company vehicle and mobile phone provided (pension scheme offered to all More >

AEMG seeks new Arboricultural Consultant

Acorn Environmental Management Group currently has a vacancy for:

Arboricultural Consultant

AEMG are looking to further expand their Consultancy Department by employing an Arboricultural Consultant. AEMG’s consultancy department is growing rapidly, developing a reputation for delivering high quality services in a wide variety of areas.

As one of our Consultants you will deliver a wide variety of services including condition surveys and associated reports. Decay detection reports using our More >

Pershore College – Careers Day

AEMG exhibited at Pershore College yesterday with a great turnout. Thank you to all the students who visited the stand and the other exhibitors who made it a great day.

Acorn Group Supports Pershore College Recruitment Fair

Acorn Environmental Management Group the national provider of Tree Maintenance, Arboricultural Consultancy, Landscaping and Rope Access Services has supported the recruitment fair held by Pershore College in Worcestershire. The recruitment fair was designed to provide potential students with an insight into the courses available which were supported by local organisations who could provide more detailed information about their relevant industries and the requirements.

A great day – thank you More >

Acorn Group – BALI Health & Safety (ROLO) course dates

Acorn Group has spaces available on the next BALI Health & Safety Training Course (ROLO) course on Wednesday 26th April, at Bordesley Hall, Alvechurch, Worcestershire, B48 7QB. The course cost is £110.00 plus VAT and £15.00 for the BALi certification. Please contact Bruce Pattinson for more details on bruce.pattinson@aemg.co.uk, via Telephone 0800 093 3898 or enquire via our website www.aemg.co.uk

 

 

 

AEMG complete BS5837 for the University of Birmingham

AEMG have recently completed a Pre-development site survey and Arboricultural Report in compliance with BS5837 for the University of Birmingham. The University of Birmingham is constantly expanding and improving facilities on campus but also knows the importance of its campus trees. Trees on development sites need correct protection in compliance with BS;5837 to ensure they stay healthy. Soil compaction is the main issue on development sites which has a detrimental effect on the health of the More >

AEMG completing Tree Surveys for Buckinghamshire Highways

AEMG have nearly completed the second phase of surveys for Ringway Jacobs through Buckinghamshire. In the last 18 months we have surveyed two thirds of the roads in Buckinghamshire updating their tree inventory and highlighting hazardous trees

AEMG complete trial trench using Air Spade

AEMG have recently completed a trial trench to investigate the extent of the roots within the root protection area (RPA) of a Mature Beech tree. We used an Air spade and soil vacuum to ensure any roots encountered were not damaged. This method was used to investigate if the Beech tree could be retained next to the new development. Any roots found were wrapped in damp hessian so they didn’t dry out.