We pride ourselves at Davey Tree on providing prompt, professional and personalized service from certified arborists that live, work and engage in your community. Contact one of our Davey Tree specialists for your residential, commercial, utility, or environmental needs.
Davey Resource Group helped Ottawa County Landfill in Ohio restore wetlands on a previously farmed site as part of a regulation compliance with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and Ohio EPA.
Wetland Studies and Solutions, Inc. constructed and monitored a 230-acre wetland bank in Prince William County, Virginia which was approved as successful by the USACE in 2005.
Plant Health Care
Lake Barrington Shores is an active residential community known for its sprawling nature preserves. Davey crews are on-site regularly to maintain the development’s natural beauty.
Parks & Trails
DRG restored a 4,018-foot segment of the Blue Creek Stream in Toledo, OH after an assessment found the area to be eroded, nutrient loaded, and unable to sustain aquatic wildlife.
Davey’s grounds maintenance crew is on-site weekly at the Hard Rock Casino, ensuring the frequently populated green space maintains its curb appeal.
Davey’s crews are on-site at The Graduate Hotel, maintaining its unique outdoor space that provides a break from the hustle and bustle of a university campus.
Wetland Studies and Solutions, Inc. restored 11 miles of streambank using natural channel design techniques, resulting in the first dedicated stream bank in Virginia.
Davey crews perform a variety of projects to continue Ewing Cemetery’s mission to be a gathering place for families and visitors.
Wilson Environmental Technologies, now part of Davey Resource Group, was contracted by Gernatt Asphalt Products, Inc. to design a freshwater “hemi-marsh” within an existing dredge mining lake.
To enhance the softwood young forest habitat to support young, forest-dependent species, New York State Department of Environmental Conservation contracted Davey Resource Group to plant 15,000 seedlings on approximately 16.2 acres of previously clear-cutted forest blocks.