Latest News

Salcey Supports its Sister Company Stateside - August 2010

This August has seen Salcey supporting its sister company in Massachusetts, USA, to help carry out GPS Tree Condition Surveys and plotting of trees on CAD drawings for Wenham Town Council.

The town currently has limited records of its street trees and their risks, so Salcey’s experience and expertise have been utilised to help to address this complete with recommendations.  This is an ongoing project which Salcey is delighted to be involved with.

Salcey Group Supports the ENVIS Survey - August 2010

As the partnership between Salcey Group Ltd and Carillion WSP continues, Salcey have been working with Carillion to complete the ENVIS Survey. This Highways Agency initiative is an environmental database designed to capture data on the maintenance of highways verges with the aims of enhancing their aesthetic value, ensuring their safety, safeguarding the longevity of the areas in general and protecting the environment. 

Salcey’s arboricultural and environmental expertise have been utilised to inspect the verges along the A5, M1, A1 and A1M, to collect the data on 20% of the network per year so that the whole network is completed in 5 years. 

Salcey have been the preferred contractor maintaining the soft estates and vegetation on Area 8 since September 2008. To date, Salcey have shown their diverse capabilities having completed planting and landscaping projects, ditching works, woodland maintenance, ancient woodland surveys, grass cutting and vegetation clearance work.

Salcey Awarded Highways Arboricultural Contract - June 2010

Salcey Group are one of two subcontractors to have been awarded the arboricultural maintenance contract on highway sites for Amey Birmingham PFI. Birmingham City Council announced Amey as the preferred bidder for its£2.7bn highways maintenance and management private finance initiative (PFI) contract and Salcey are delighted to be involved.

Our crews will be carrying out tree felling, pruning and other arboricultural work on trees situated around 19 districts of Birmingham. Birmingham has over 74,000 street trees ranging from newly planted to mature.

© Copyright Exists - Salcey Ltd - UK Reg No. 11032411 - All Rights Reserved