Planting a tree should be simple!
Planting a tree should be simple and we make it simple for you.
At Amos Beech we have a strong connection with trees as Beech has been used in worktops for years. The actual process of planting a young tree is not difficult but it must be done properly and with care. It is a bit like creating a new office environment. When planting a tree you need to look at the type of tree, the correct environment, the location and you need to consider future growth. It is the same with the interior design and fit-out of an office environment. Trees grow and so do most companies.
Fortunately an office interior can grow faster than a tree:
The growing of the new office interior of ST Microelectronics at Tanfield in Edinburgh. (click on the Play button in the image above)
Creating a new office environment
The first step in office interior and fit out starts with workplace consultancy followed by our five step Interior design consultation service that involves:
- The brief
You can find more about this by clicking on the image below:
Do you want to plant a real tree?
We take our responsibility seriously, not just in relation to our customer performance but also in relation to the environment.
The management and all who work at Amos Beech are committed to the care of the environment and the prevention of pollution. In order to ensure the achievement of the above commitments, the Amos Beech has implemented an Environmental Management System which satisfies the requirements of ISO 14001 : 2015. We use responsibly sourced timber and timber products.
In addition to that, we promote Biophilic Design, we like planting trees ourselves and support Trees for Life. Trees for life is Scotland's leading conservation volunteering charity. Their vision is to restore the ancient Caledonian Forest in the Scottish Highlands.
Plant a Pine Tree in the Amos Beech grove in the Scottish Highlands!
It is very simple and only costs a fiver, so what are you waiting for? Just click on the image below and then on 'Add trees to this grove':
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