In March 2018, Martin Wyss, Landscape Services Manager for the University of Southampton, received an independent arboricultural survey and report which deemed two trees to be highly dangerous to members of the public.
Unfortunately a Corsican pine and an oak would need to be removed.
Having worked together since 2014, he contacted Climbers Way Tree Care to do the job.
When we arrived to quote the job we knew that due to the size and location of the trees we couldn’t fell them. We would have to dismantle them, but we noticed there was something that would complicate the removal…
There was a BT phone line running through both trees!
After some problem solving and discussion with Martin we came to the conclusion that we would need a crane to assist with the dismantle to avoid damaging the surrounding infrastructure.
DNB Tree Surgery Limited agreed to work with us and the crane which allowed us to carry out the work efficiently.
Take a look at how the job went on the day.
Footage produced by Ambient Light Productions
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