Tree Protection Reports outline how trees are to be preserved and protected during demolition, construction, and development of buildings, roads, pipelines, power poles and towers, and other utility infrastructure.
The process of writing a Tree Protection Report includes identifying the trees on the property and their suitability for preservation, identifying the potential construction impact to the trees that could include grading, trenching, paving, mechanical damage, and water diversion, and tree protection recommendations.
Tree protection measures could include placing chain-link fence around the tree, protecting the trunk with protective materials, avoiding trenching or paving within the root system of the tree, and requiring the project arborist be present during demolition, construction, and development.
We work with planners, architects, engineers, and government agencies to ensure the trees are properly preserved and protected.
It is always advised that a qualified arborist be included in the planning stage of the project.