ISO Accreditation

We have received the confirmation this week that we are now accredited to ISO standards for the following areas of their Assessment Scope:

  • Tree Surgery Contracting
  • Forestry Contracting
  • Tree Consulting
  • Fencing

ISO certification is a seal of approval that we run to international standards developed and published by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) in these four areas.

ISO 1 4001: 2015 – Environmental Management Systems

ISO 45001: 2018 – Health and Safety Management Systems

ISO 9001: 2015 – Quality Management Systems

See our Accreditation page here for full details

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Repairing fences on Salisbury Plain

A little fresh on Salisbury Plain today repairing fences around ancient burial grounds.

Old fences were in need of repair so we were asked to add new fence posts to the existing fences to prolong the life of them.  In all approx. 1500m in two areas

Tristan drove the tracked post driver with Adam and Tad stapling the wire to the posts behind him.

For full details of our other fencing and gate work please see the link on our website here.

Repairing Fences on Salisbury Plain Repairing Fences on Salisbury Plain

Our Tree Spade in action on the Alscot Estate near Stratford on Avon. January 2021

Just under 10 years ago,  the Alscot Estate created a new plantation consisting of British Oak, Hornbeam and Silver Birch. This week they started to transfer some of the established oak trees from the wood to other locations on the Estate for which task they hired our Tree Spade.

“The trees are dug up with the aid of a mechanical tree spade. The spade collects the roots in its existing soil, which supports the stem and allows it to be transported and planted, with minimum stress, into a hole dug by the same spade, to exactly the same size. The trees will be moved to various locations across the estate for a variety of reasons and purposes including, the thickening of existing woodlands and hedgerows, the creation of boundaries, cover and screens and to create habitats for wildlife”.

Fence project to protect the lake providing disabled fishing at Tucking Mill

A fence project to protect the lake providing disabled fishing at Tucking Mill Nr Bath. We used 6ft high wire mesh with gates to match and green 358 mesh around the sluice.

See the link to the Tucking Mill Reservoir here

You can read about 358 mesh security fencing on our website here: “358 Security Mesh is incredibly strong and is the ideal solution for a wide variety of high-security perimeter and access control applications.  The mesh is made from 75mm x 12.5mm x 4mm galvanised material and polyester-coated welded mesh fabric. Whilst its main use is for Utility companies, prisons, secure units and high-security needs, it can also be used for schools as the look of 358 mesh is not as “hostile” as Palisade.  It is:…. Read the rest of the info here”  – 3rd para down.

For more details of our other fencing activities please see here.

fence project to protect the disabled fishing lake at Tucking Mill Nr Bath