September 23, 2017

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Tuesday, September 19, 2017

Ground Control launches new business division to improve tree clearance across the UK

Ground Control, the UK’s leading arboricultural and vegetation management provider has launched a mechanised vegetation clearance division.

With years of experience in tree clearance throughout the UK, Ground Control’s new business division will improve project delivery through efficiency, quality and safer work practices.

Launching the new initiative, Ground Control has introduced specialist machine plant, including Menzi Muck, Bandit 20XP Whole Tree Chipper, Liebherr 942 Long Reach, Case Excavator and Kubota; enabling the company to deal with almost any tree clearance projects anywhere, quickly, safely and cost effectively.

Over the years Ground Control has worked with a number of high profile clients including power line projects, railway trackside projects and with a number of large development contractors.
Sean Stanley, Ground Control’s arboriculture operations manager, commented; “We have the equipment, machinery and a highly skilled workforce that can tackle any vegetation site clearance project in a huge range of different environments. With greater efficiency, our customers can benefit from great reductions in time taken to complete the work, significant cost savings and improved safety on site.

“We have spent time searching out the most effective machinery possible to be able to provide our clients with the simplest solutions to their arboricultural needs, and our combined experience, from work on the ground to project delivery, continues to enable us to understand what the best possible solutions would be for our client needs.”

Ground Control’s highly qualified and experienced team of licensed arborists and environmental engineers are dedicated to ensuring that all tree clearance jobs are fully completed to the highest of standards in a timely and professional manner. With in-house ecologists and profound experience in ecological contracting works, Ground Control carries out all works with a sensitive approach to all flora and fauna.

For more information, please contact Ground Control on 0800 334 5606 or email info@ground-control.co.uk

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