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FORESTRY AND ARBORICULTURAL CONTRACTORS

  • Woodsman offers a range of services to assist forestry and arboricultural contractors across the North. With considerable experience of sub-contracting Woodsman has helped many companies complete contracts that have required additional staffing or expertise.
  • Woodsman has helped a range of both local and leading national firms with surveying and consultancy contracts including:
  • Tilhill Utilities Utility Arboriculture
  • Tilhill Economic Forestry Forestry and Landscaping Contractors
  • Fountains Forestry and Utility Arboriculture
  • Marishal Thompson Group Integrated Environmental Consultancy

SERVICES TO FORESTRY AND ARBORICULTURAL CONTRACTORS

  • Subcontracting Services.
  • Woodsman can subcontract to firms that have additional staffing requirements in the short to medium term.

  • Consultancy Services.
  • Woodsman can offer a complete range of arboricultural consultancy services.

  • Tree Surveys.
  • Initial data capture and re-surveys for tree populations of any size.

  • Tree Mapping.
  • Mapping of significant trees mapping requirements can be tailored to suit client requirements.

  • BS5837: Trees in relation to construction Recommendations.
  • Surveying, mapping and consultancy services.

  • Estate/Woodland Management Plans.
  • We can help create management plans to ensure that your clients woodland/estate trees provide an optimum range of benefits in the short, medium and long term.

  • Hazard Assessments.
  • Maintaining a safe tree population is one of the primary objectives for many land managers. Woodsman can assess your client's trees for their hazard potential.

  • Quantified Tree Risk Assessment (QTRA) Licensed User.
  • The Quantified Tree Risk Assessment (QTRA) system applies established and accepted risk management principles to tree safety management. For more details follow the link to QTRA from the links page.

  • Detailed Individual Tree Inspections.
  • Significant individual trees sometimes require detailed inspections especially where they may impact on other site uses.

  • Decay Detection and Mapping.
  • Mapping of tree defects and decay can aid management decisions and reveal more detail than a visual tree assessment.

  • Works Recommendations and Prioritising.
  • Making and prioritising works recommendations is essential for effective tree management.

  • Site Specific Management Plans.
  • Bespoke management plans take account of site usage and management objectives from school grounds to wildlife parks.

  • Disease Diagnosis.
  • Diagnosis of pests and diseases affecting individual trees or larger populations.