Connick Tree Care has again won the prestigious contract with English Heritage to maintain the trees on all of their sites in the South East of England, including the Isle of Wight.
Mike Connick, Managing Director said, “We originally started working with English Heritage in 2004. It was disappointing when the contract expired last year, but after a short break in service we are delighted to have once again been awarded the contract for the next 5 years.”
English Heritage takes quality very seriously, whether this be the experiences enjoyed by millions of visitors’ or conserving some of England’s finest historic sites and artefacts. Trees are a valuable asset. English Heritage place a great emphasis on tree retention, blending tree management with the historic buildings around them.
Mike Connick said, “Working at Osborne House on the Isle of Wight earlier this year is a good example of our general approach, which includes careful planning, quality work and extreme care of the surroundings and safety of the public.”
During 2015 Connick Tree Care, based in Reigate and Brighton, is celebrating its 30th year of successful commercial operations.