BSc(Surv) MSc(Env For) Tech Cert Arb
Eamonn established Eamonn Wall & Co on 1st August 1992 as a sole trader providing a complete woodland design and
tree management service. With the firm's growth it became a Limited Company on 1st August 1998 with Eamonn as Managing Director.
Eamonn has studied Arboriculture, Environmental Forestry and Construction Economics and has
traveled widely, living and working for extended periods in Ireland, England, Scotland, Wales, Canada, Germany and Switzerland. Having worked as a Quantity Surveyor, Countryside
Ranger, Woodland Manager and Tree Consultant, he has a broad understanding and practical experience of farming, forestry and related
industries. He is passionate about improving the environment, people,
professionalism, quality and design.
he attended a day release course to update his knowledge of specimen tree
management and in November 2007 was successfully awarded the Technical
Certificate in Arboriculture from the Arboricultural Association. His
knowledge and experience of both buildings and trees is proving to be a great
asset in the management of urban trees and in providing tree condition
surveys, BS 5837:2012 (Trees in Relation to design, demolition and construction - Recommendations)
Reports and expert witness commissions. He also enjoys woodland and
treescape design and undertaking unusual consultancy and business assignments.
He was a
member of the Council of the Institute of Chartered Foresters for four years
ending April 2008 and Finance Officer for the last two. He was promoted to
Fellow in December 2008.
September 2015 Eamonn was awarded a Diploma in Garden Design (with Distinction)
from the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh, following the successful completion of
their part-time two year course. This course builds on and broadens his
Eamonn has been a member of the Woodland Expansion Steering Group pertaining to
the Central Scotland Green Network Area. He has also recently been invited
to join the Regional Forestry Forum for the Perth and Argyll Conservancy of the
Forestry Commission, commencing in January 2017.
January 2017, Eamonn became the Chairman of the Trinity College Dublin (TCD)
Scotland Association. This is an informal educational association for around 120
Dublin graduates. Interesting events planned for the future include visits
to The Library of Mistakes and The House of Binns, and a lecture on Tom Crean
(the incredible polar explorer).