Tree surgery secures work for the next four years

Staff at Acorn Tree Surgery are celebrating after being awarded work that will keep the company busy until 2013.

The Worcestershire-based arboricultural firm has won three large contracts in Wolverhampton, Coventry and Bromsgrove.

Work begins this month on a four-year contract valued at more than £2m to carry out arboricultural works across Coventry City Council's area.

In addition, Acorn Tree Surgery - which won the arboricultural contractor category in the 2007 Horticulture Week Landscape & Amenity Awards - has also been awarded a three-year extension of a contract for Wolverhampton City Council. Managing director Kevin O'Rourke said: "We are over the moon to win these contracts as this takes us up to 2013."

The company has also been put on a framework agreement for similar work for Bromsgrove District Council.

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