Collaborative working to support our clients
Works included the removal of 12 Wellingtonia trees at Anglian Water’s sewerage treatment works site in Cambridge.
Ground Control successfully delivered the works over a period of 3 days, with a 10-man strong team of professionals to get the job done. Led by Contract Delivery Manager, James Sadler; the team included Project Manager Chris Inglis, Arborists Paul Shaw, Matt Culley, Matt Allen and Oliver Dickson, and FT member Chris Harley from AF Contractors. Sean Stanley and Joe Hyde-Pulley from GC’s mechanisation division, Castor Arb, were on hand to operate the excavator. HSQE Manager, Roger Barron was on-site for 2 days providing essential health and safety support throughout the high risk elements of the project.
Emerson Crane Hire was brought in to assist with contract lift on the final day; once again ensuring the smooth running of another successful project.
James Sadler who managed the project commented; “Very impressive collaborative working on this project, with 3 of GC’s arb teams working together to support our grounds maintenance team deliver a rounded service. We are proud to celebrate broad collective knowledge and experience to be able to take these projects on. We completed works 3 days ahead of schedule, which is a result of hard work and dedication of the whole team who worked long shifts for the duration of the project. A great team effort, huge thanks to all.”