Trees and Construction Damage

  • Date

    January 19, 2022

  • Time

    3:00 pm – 4:00 pm

  • Location

    Zoom Webinar

  • Building

Congress Registration

Description

Identifying, Understanding, and Mitigating Common Construction Related Problems in the Urban Environment for New Plantings and Mature Trees. Managing trees in the Urban Environment is a technical process. In most circumstances, prevention of damage is far more valuable, cost effective, and simple, than remedial work. This session will explore the structure of trees, methods of protection during construction, and the results of successful protection vs improper practices. Additional insight will be added surrounding working within council expectations. This 45-minute lecture and 15-minute Q&A session will be useful for crew leaders, project managers, and general contractors.

For ISA CEUs, the code # will be displayed at the end of the session, please email info@isaontario.com with the CEU Code # and date you watched the session.

Speakers

  • Kyle McLoughlin

    Kyle McLoughlin

    Ironwood Arboricultural Solutions Inc

    St. George, ON

    Kyle McLoughlin has delivered numerous workshops and lectures on plant pathology and the relationship between trees and fungus.

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