THE RESULTS OF OUR QUALITY TREE SERVICES SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES
Over 80% of Tree Care WA’s business comes from repeat clientele and personal recommendations, which is testament to the high quality, reliable service provided by our qualified arborists. We take great pride in the level of professional, safe and environmentally friendly services we provide, and are thrilled to be able to share some of our recent projects and shining customer testimonials from some of our valued clients.
Indigenous Land Corporation
Indigenous Land Corporation
The Marr Mooditj Training Centre in Manning contracted Tree Care WA to remove two large Ficus macrophylla (Moreton Bay) fig trees that were causing considerable damage to nearby buildings and infrastructure. Both trees exhibited poor crown structure due to poor pruning practices having been undertaken many years ago with resulting limb failure occurring now on a regular basis. Both trees were located within a confined location, beside buildings, near infrastructure and with extensive landscaping underneath. Having limited access available for one of our specialty elevated work platforms or being undertaken via conventional climbing and rigging practices due to not being as cost effective
Tree Care’s WA’s consulting Arborist devised a solution to utilise a large crane to lift and remove each tree systematically in a safe controlled manner. Having utilised large cranes for over 20 years to remove trees in difficult confined locations, we were able to ensure through our extensive experience that potential issues when working nearby to buildings, landscaping, established gardens and retaining walls were eliminated. Both trees were removed section by section to our awaiting crews, trucks and chippers for processing in one day with stump grinding performed the following day.
The client rang the office upon completion to congratulate the business and its skilled personnel on the safe manner and professionalism of how both trees were removed plus the efficiency to complete the works in such a quick time period so as the facilities were not obstructed in their daily operations.
Tree Climbing Championships
At Tree Care WA we put the safety and the wellbeing of our staff first and foremost always, which is why we invest heavily in the continual training for all our valued team members. We encourage our staff to excel to the best of there ability while further developing and perfecting their industry skills through participating in formal state, national and international competitions.
The Western Australian - Tree Climbing Championship have been held by the Tree Guild of WA association for many year at Matilda Bay. Tree Care WA's climbing Arborists compete in all levels and disciplines of the competition and represented the company incredibly well with consistent top three places each year.
Tree Care WA also had representative climbers travel interstate to compete in the International Red Bull Branched Out Climbing Competitions. The inaugural competition was held in country Victoria where our lead climber achieving an amazing result comini 13th overall from a field of over 100 top level competitors from all over the World. The following year competitors met with an even stringer field with iver 100 climbers attending from all corners of the World for the significantly increased prize pool on offer and again our climbers achieving excellent results by finishing in the top 15.
As a company we are proud of our climbing Arborists and the success they achieve within sate, national and international competitions and it is testament to the level of quality and professionalism you can expect from our teams when utilising our services.
Tree Care WA were contracted to undertake the Woodman Point clearing and mulching component for the Water Corporations Wastewater Treatment Plant Upgrade. The scope of the works included clearing, extracting stumps, downsizing and the mulching for reuse during the rehabilitation process.
The processing of all the green waste was completed by our horizontal grinder into an appropriately sized mulch. Field crews utilised our 21T excavator, tracked bobcat with vegetation grabs, mulch containment trucks and a whole tree chipper to complete the job in a safe, effective manner whilst working around established infrastructure, buildings, roadways and underground services.
Tree Care WA’s industry-leading OHS policies, SWMS, diverse fleet of machinery, highly skilled personnel and years of experience completing similar projects over the past 27 years were the major contributors towards being awarded this contract.
Forrestfield Rail - Airport Link
Tree Care WA are continually engaged to complete tree pruning, tree removal, stump extraction and stump grinding within close proximity to both overhead and underground services within the Public Transport Authorities rail reserve whilst working under isolation permits.
Being the sole contractor for pruning of trees and shrubs within the urban rail network of Perth on behalf of the Public Transport Authority (PTA). Tree Care WA can provide experienced track side ticketed personnel, SW’s and PO1’s plus any necessary specialty equipment necessary to
complete works in a safe manner.
Due to the continual establishment of sound walls, retaining walls, infrastructure, cycle ways and PSP’s, Tree Care WA are continually called upon to provide arboriculture assistance, advice and solutions to this present day.
Tree Care WA’s diverse fleet of machinery, industry-leading OHS policies, safety systems, highly skilled personnel and experience completing similar projects over the past 27 years were one of the major contributors towards being awarded this contract.
St Georges College
Jaxon construction contracted Tree Care WA recently to undertake the removal of two large Eucalyptus trees located near-by buildings in Crawley. Both trees were within confined areas overhanging several story apartment buildings on either side. During the site inspection, all site-specific concerns and restrictions were outlined, addressed and a solution devised to utilise a large crane that would hoist the dissected sections into an area for mulching and removal. By utilising a crane, ensured the works were undertaken in the safest possible way whilst also ensuring all established landscaping, gardens and nearby buildings were not damaged in the process.
Prior to commencing, Tree Care WA personnel underwent site safety inductions and our administration staff provided Jaxon’s HSE coordinator with our comprehensive safety systems, procedures and SWMS for approval. On the day, both trees were removed without incident by our professional climbing arborist and skilled crew members on the ground. During the works it was important not to disrupt the neighbouring residential properties access requirements whilst also ensuring the works were completed in a timely manner so as access to the construction site could be reopened for deliveries. Both requirements were achieved without incident and on time.