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.
DRG helped the City of Hobart in Indiana control erosion at several sites using a suite of best management practices.
Starting in 2007, Davey Resource Group conducted rare species monitoring and protection services and habitat management at the Sea Girt National Guard Training Center in New Jersey.
Davey crews are on-site at least once a week at six separate locations in the TriHealth medical system. With four of those locations offering 24/7 emergency rooms, safe and accessible landscaping is a top priority.
Davey Resource Group performed endangered and threatened species studies for the Tesla Laboratories’ proposed solar farm at Fort Indiantown Gap in Pennsylvania. In addition to species studies, DRG also prepared environmental documentation and permits.
DRG increased the ecological and aesthetic value of several wastewater lift stations along a well-traveled nature trail in the city of Elmhurst, Illinois.
Davey Resource Group, Inc. conducted a tree inventory of nearly 30,000 sites in Concord, MA and used the data to produce a management plan that helped the town plan, prioritize, and budget for their urban forest.
Davey Resource Group installed silt fence, native seeding, and erosion control within a limited timeframe for a client in Bloomfield, MI.
Electric Co-op Utility
Davey Resource Group helps Knoxville Utilities Board (KUB) achieve 95% control of the vegetation on their substations within a short timeframe using herbicide solutions.
Tree Inventory, Urban Forest Management Plan, Treekeeper, Tree Pruning & Plant Health Care, Van Buren Point, NY
DRG leveraged its resources to help Van Buren Point HOA in New York create and implement an urban forest management plan from start to finish.
A major North American-based company called on WSSI to remove invasive species from a stream bank near a span of rights-of-way (ROWs) that could have put the stability of the ROW at risk.