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 crews maintain the grounds of more than 80 Fifth Third Bank locations throughout Northeast Ohio and Indianapolis, supporting a longtime Ohio financial institution.
Military Base/Military Family Housing
Located at a Civil War-era campsite and officially becoming operational in 1943, Joint Base Andrews now houses support for nationally-significant mission assets. Davey crews are on-site daily to ensure personnel can perform their duties in a safe and well-maintained environment.
Davey Resource Group serves as the professional arboriculture technician to represent the protection and care of trees managed by the City of Renton, WA.
Davey Resource Group, Inc. tackles various obstacles to provide Nellis Air Force Base treatment for an invasive plant within a short timeframe.
Davey Resource Group coordinated with officials in ten Colorado communities to conduct a tree inventory on 64 miles of the High Line Canal Trail. DRG arborists conducted the inventory through the lens of risk management and health preservation of the High Line Canal Trail forest system.
When the Chagrin River gradually changed course and threatened a nearby wastewater treatment plant in Chagrin Falls, OH DRG used their expertise to restore 250 linear feet of the stream and redirect water safely.
Electric Investor-Owned Utility
Davey Resource Group Helps A New Jersey Utility Maintain Compliance With State Environmental Regulations
Davey Resource Group, Inc. experts perform rare plant species surveys for a Northeast U.S. utility to ensure the utility maintains compliance with its New Jersey Freshwater Wetlands Protection Act and Flood Hazard Area Control Act permits.
In 2020, The city of Holyoke partnered with Davey Resource Group to develop their first urban forest equity plan to preserve, grow, and care for Holyoke’s trees through meaningful community engagement and proactive management.
Parks & Trails
The Medina County Parks District in Ohio called on Davey Resource Group to treat the invasive plant species across 116 acres. DRG used an agricultural spray drone to treat the area efficiently.
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.