Tree preservation measures for construction

Our strength lies in our deep understanding of green infrastructure and the interrelationships between living and non-living materials in landscape architecture.

We offer comprehensive landscape design, but sometimes there is a need to address just specific components of the landscape. We provide tree preservation measures for construction, ensuring that the existing trees and shrubs maintain their growing conditions and remain in their location after the completion of the construction phase.

We assess the probability of the viability of preserved trees based on our years of experience, and determine the extent of necessary pruning and felling of trees by taking into account the current legal framework, requirements of the local government, and common good practices.

We design from the overall concept and concept design phase to the construction working documents, ensuring that our proposed design easily receives the necessary approvals.

The right time for defining the scope of the felling of trees and drafting the tree preservation measures is during the concept design phase, to prevent potential conflicts between living and non-living materials early on. We help to create a solution where the existing trees and greenery contributes to the designed high-quality outdoor space and our design functions effectively with the building.

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