When a protected historic tree adjacent to substation construction posed a safety risk, Davey Resource Group, Inc. was able to help prove internal decay and get the greenlight for removal.
Amy Greene Environmental 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.
Davey Resource Group, Inc.’s auditing services provided the necessary recommendations for Pacific Gas and Electric for improved irrigation systems and new vegetation.
Davey Resource Group, Inc. installed 200 modified pipeline markers throughout several counties in Ohio to allow cavity-nesting birds to thrive in ROW habitats.
When the streambanks located adjacent to a national energy distributor’s natural gas pipeline began eroding, DRG helped the utility counteract the erosion and stay within regulation.
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.
WSSI and Davey Resource Group helped a North American energy company streamline necessary maintenance work through data gathering and mapping.