Green Space Management
Well-maintained green spaces contribute to the beauty and visual appeal of an area. Regular management practices such as mowing lawns, pruning trees and shrubs, and removing litter help ensure that green spaces remain attractive and inviting. Regular inspections and management activities help identify and address potential hazards such as damaged tree limbs, uneven walking surfaces, or overgrown vegetation. This reduces the risk of accidents, injuries, and property damage, promoting the well-being of the community. Green space management practices can align with principles of environmental sustainability. For example, implementing efficient irrigation systems, using organic fertilizers, practicing integrated pest management, and adopting sustainable landscaping techniques minimize the environmental impact associated with maintaining green spaces. These practices contribute to water conservation, reduce chemical usage, and promote ecological balance. By recognizing the importance of green space management and allocating resources towards it, entities can ensure that these areas remain vibrant, functional, and sustainable. The benefits of well-maintained green spaces extend beyond aesthetics and recreation, positively impacting the environment, community well-being, and quality of life for all.
- Early care techniques during establishment phase to develop vitality
- Precise irrigation schedule as per species water demands
- Timely nutrition (Planned fertilization schedule) w.r.t species overall health
- Crown cleaning, thinning, crown raising/reduction, vista pruning, crown restoration
- Hedge cutting, lawn mowing, ground cover management
- Integrated nutrition, pest, weed, irrigation and vegetation management
Landscape Installation & Enhancement
Green space/Landscape installation and enhancement possess specialized knowledge and expertise in landscape design, horticulture, environmental science, and construction techniques. Skilled professionals understand the design intent and possess the technical knowledge to execute the plan accurately. Incorporating eco-friendly materials, water conservation techniques, and energy-efficient technologies into the design and installation process, minimize environmental impact and promoting long-term sustainability. By understanding the specific needs of different plant species, irrigation requirements, and pest control measures we can develop maintenance plans and provide ongoing management services for green spaces. Regular monitoring and maintenance activities ensure that green spaces remain healthy, vibrant, and attractive over time. Overall, the expertise and involvement of landscaping professionals in green space installation and enhancement ensure that these areas are thoughtfully designed, sustainable, and capable of providing numerous environmental, social, and economic benefits. Their knowledge and skills contribute to the creation of attractive, functional, and resilient green spaces that enhance the quality of our living environments.
- ANSI Z60.1 standards
- Healthy, pest & disease free material selection
- Soil preparation considerations: texture, structure, pH, CEC, EC, nutrient balance
- Impeccable planting technique
Tree Risk Assessment
Tree risk assessment conducted by arborists with expertise in tree biology, identification, and risk assessment techniques. Visually inspecting the tree, looking for signs of decay, disease, insect infestations, or structural issues they assess the overall health of the tree, including the condition of the trunk, branches, leaves, and roots. The primary importance of tree risk assessment is to ensure the safety of people and property. By identifying potential hazards and assessing the likelihood of tree failure, professionals can take appropriate measures to mitigate risks and prevent accidents or injuries caused by falling branches or tree failures. Tree risk assessment plays a vital role in urban planning and development processes. It helps inform decisions regarding tree preservation, removal, and replacement during construction or land development projects. By considering tree risks early in the planning stages, appropriate measures can be implemented to protect valuable trees and ensure public safety.By monitoring and addressing risks, tree populations can be protected, promoting biodiversity, carbon sequestration, and overall environmental conservation.
Overall, tree risk assessment is essential for safeguarding people, property, and the environment. By identifying and mitigating potential hazards, it allows for informed decision-making, proactive management, and the preservation of healthy trees. It contributes to creating safer and more sustainable tree-filled landscapes for communities to enjoy.
Green Space Inventory
Green Space Inventory is an essential initial step for entities to effectively manage their Green Spaces. It provides crucial information for strategic planning, maintenance budgeting, and addressing exisitng vegetation health issues. Green Space inventory goes beyond simply counting the number of trees/shrubs/any vegetation in an area. It encompasses various aspects such as species diversity, age distribution, health, and precise location. By knowing the species, health, and location of each tree, entities can anticipate and allocate resources for necessary care and upkeep, ensuring the long-term health and vitality of the urban forest. It allows for planting the right species in the right location and promotes greater diversity in the urban forest. By considering the existing tree/shrub species and their distribution, entities can enhance ecological resilience and create a balanced and sustainable canopy. By periodically reassessing the inventory, entities can measure the success of their tree/shrub planting and preservation efforts, evaluate the impact of management practices, and make data-driven decisions to enhance the biodiversity.
- Detailed quantitative & qualitative data of your vegetation.
- Geographic location specific data - Area Categorization - Parcel, Division & Sub-Divisional manner vegetation detail and their respective coverage.
- Vegetation specific data - Trees, Palm Trees, Topiary, Hedges, Shrubs, Herbs, CLimbers, Ground Covers, Turf, Potted Plant and Vertical Garden manner.
- Complete Enumeration - vegetation type, genus, species, family, common name, code, count, coverage area, DBH, height, foliage density, condition, location, irrigation, management and geo-coordinate data.
- Data collection by trained technical team on patented inventory field sheets.
- Detailed itemised and descriptive drawings.
Arboriculture services encompass a wide range of activities aimed at tree care, preservation, and management. They play a crucial role in maintaining healthy urban forests, conserving biodiversity, ensuring public safety, and promoting sustainable development. By engaging professional arborists and adhering to relevant regulations and best practices, communities can benefit from thriving and sustainable tree ecosystems. Tree ordinances and preservation orders are local regulations or laws that protect and preserve trees within a specific jurisdiction. They establish guidelines for tree removal, preservation, and replacement, ensuring that trees are conserved and managed sustainably. Tree by-laws, policies, standards, and specifications outline the guidelines, requirements, and best practices for tree care, maintenance, and management. They provide a framework for tree planting, pruning, removal, and overall urban forestry practices. Arboriculture services often involve managing conflicts between trees and utility infrastructure, such as power lines, underground cables, and pipes. Professionals in this field help identify potential conflicts, implement measures to prevent damage to trees and utilities, and facilitate appropriate tree pruning or removal if necessary. Arboriculture services include the development of emergency plans to address tree-related risks during natural calamities, such as storms, hurricanes, or wildfires.Arboriculture services play a crucial role in urban forestry by promoting tree planting, maintenance, and preservation to maximize the environmental, social, and economic benefits of urban trees.Arboriculture services can include the planning, design, and implementation of Miyawaki and biodiversity parks. Arboriculture services involve the diagnosis and treatment of tree diseases, pests, and nutrient deficiencies. These practices help maintain tree vitality, prevent the spread of diseases, and preserve the health of urban forests.
- Tree Ordinances & Tree Preservation Orders
- Tree By-Laws, Policies
- Standards & Specifications
- Utility Conflict & Construction Management
- Natural Calamity Emergency Plan
- Urban Forestry
- Miyawaki & Bio-Diversity Parks
- Diagnosis & Treatment