To determine the impact on the affected plants, develop plans to mitigate the impact on the plants, and develop a program to maintain or increase plant health.
Determine the effect of construction on the plants and develop a plan of action to care for the plants
Determine the value of a plant by examining the plant, site, and condition
Locate trees on map with GPS or GIS. Rate health and structure, and recommend care
Rate health and structure and recommend care
Evaluate and rate structure and failure potential of a plant and recommend care or action
General plant care language for programs and controls
Detailed plant care language for single, multiple, or groups of trees for care programs, contracts or legal activities
Provide detailed legal testimony, reports, or evidence
Evaluate application of ANSI standards for tree care and safety. Provide guidelines to fully and properly implement those standards
Reports, either written or verbal, will be supplied to document the evaluation or consultation. Written reports can be provided in form, letter, or booklet methods with supporting documentation. Reports will be written to support the facts not a predetermined outcome.
Every summer I receive calls about damage to trees and shrubs. The caller usually believes that an insect is the culprit of the damage. I ask some questions after hearing the concerns of the caller. What parts of the plant are damaged? What does the damage look like? Is the damage linear or in rows? […]