Watch as the Seattle Tree Care team use their All-Terrain Crane to safely remove a large, leaning English Elm tree located on the Seattle Pacific University campus. The tree was rocked over the winter by heavy rains and started leaning after its neighboring sister tree fell onto a campus building.
Now, it’s our turn to remove and help salvage the still standing hazardous tree.

English Elm logs are highly valuable. Watch as the crew cuts them exactly where the sawmill / furniture company Wane & Flitch want the logs to be cut. The branches are large, and the branches are heavy, but the campus property and landscapes are left spotless.

Major thanks to Seattle Pacific University for trusting us with their beautiful trees, and for Tree Solutions for pull testing the tree prior to removal to ascertain if there was a way to retain the tree.
Huge shout out to the STC crew that made this project possible! Hannah, George, Chase, Aaron, Moises, Nick, Adam, Ian, Peter, and Banks. Way to go!