Partnerships

Treescape® enjoys working with its partners on arboricultural and arborist jobs and contracts with a shared strategic direction, based on respect, trust, honesty and understanding.

Partnerships

We consider ourselves privileged to be involved in a wide range of business partnerships and continuously strive to build strong relationships with suppliers and contractors throughout New Zealand and Australia.

Our key partnerships are with everyone from the low-risk plant and garden maintenance suppliers, to hard landscaping consultancy businesses, right through to the high-risk contractors who help us with helicopter services and crane operations.

We also strive to align ourselves with the communities we work within, supporting them and building mutually beneficial partnerships wherever possible.

Working Towards Hearing Accreditation

Committed to Hearing AwarenessTreescape is in partnership with the New Zealand Foundation for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing, and are working towards being a Hearing Accredited Workplace. This means that all staff who are deaf or hard of hearing are provided with additional support to enable them to do their job to the fullest capacity.

About the Programme

The Hearing Accredited Workplace Programme provides organisations with practical tools and training to help us become more inclusive of the 880,000+ New Zealanders who are Deaf or hard of hearing. The programme also teaches the employee and the team about hearing health in the workplace and how to care for hearing for life. Read on >>

Approved Contractors through the NZ Arboriculture Association

NZ Arb Approved ContractorTreescape is proud to have maintained an Approved Contractor  Certification since 2011. We  continue to maintain our approved status our four largest sites across New Zealand.

Being an Approved Contractor

Approved Contractors must meet quality assurance standards and maintain a high level of professionalism as required by the New Zealand Arboricultural Association. The Approved Contractor assessment criteria require a certain level of the industry, arboricultural and legislative knowledge, practical ability combined with proven client service and business systems.

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