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About Marc Doyle Treework NZ

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    Junior Member
  • Birthday 04/05/1987

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  • Location:
    Hamilton NZ
  • Interests
    Trees, Clay Pigeon Shooting, Music, Art+Photography
  • Occupation
    Director MDTW
  • City
    Hamilton NZ

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  1. Marc Doyle Treework NZ

    any work out there in Nz or Oz????

    Hi Jo, please feel free to send me your details, we are looking for a climber in Hamilton NZ. E-mail chris@marcdoyletreework.co.nz Regards
  2. Marc Doyle Treework NZ

    Experienced Arborist looking for work NZ

    Hi Dave, we are liking for a team leader for our third team. Currently employing 6 and looking to expand to 7-8. Love to hear from you Marcdoyletreework.co.nz E-mail- Chris@marcdoyletreework.co.nz
  3. <p>Hi I have come across a post of yours on here and, I am a UK citizen looking to head to work in NZ and was just wondering if yourself or any colleagues would be able to help me out as far as looking for work? Regards, James (james@codlingtreecare.co.uk).</p>


    <p>I would still love to come over to NZ one day, but I can't realistically see it happening as I have a wife and daughter. If I was 10yr younger I'd be there tomorrow <img src="<fileStore.core_Emoticons>/emoticons/smile.png" alt=":)" srcset="<fileStore.core_Emoticons>/emoticons/smile@2x.png 2x" width="20" height="20" />. Hope your well? Where in the uk were you?</p>



  5. Marc Doyle Treework NZ

    Eager groundies causing mayhem!

    Its just all about training. He's keen, thats the main thing. He just needs showing. Its no good not saying anything and coming on Arbtalk to discuss it, he won't learn. Take him under your wing and help him improve. You just need to approach it carefully so he sees you are thinking of bettering him. You don't want him to think you are condescending or it will have a negative effect. Sounds like he wants to know, just hasn't been shown. Cheers
  6. Marc Doyle Treework NZ

    Arborists required in Hamilton (North Island NZ)

    We are again after climbers and grounds people at this point, so any suggestions would be great! cheers
  7. Marc Doyle Treework NZ

    Arborists required in Hamilton (North Island NZ)

    Spot on Pat! Hows it going down Nelson?
  8. Marc Doyle Treework NZ

    Australia again!

    Hi there, How did you get on? Did you get over? I am owner of marcdoyletreework.co.nz in NZ. Was interested to see your previous conversation re Aus. You over there or still in UK? We are looking for climbers at the moment, if you have any suggestions or people in mind I would appreciate the contact. Many thanks
  9. Marc Doyle Treework NZ

    Climber looking for work in New Zealnd (South Island)

    Hi there. Similar message to the previous. I also have a position available for a climber in Hamilton. Very central to everything in the North Island if you would like the opportunity. 1.5 hours to Aux- 1.5 to Tauranga, 1.75 to Taupo Raglan just round theca corner. Get in touch if you would like to discuss further. check us out Marcdoylertreework.co.nz
  10. <p>Hi Ben, hows it all going? enjoying the trees in the UK? I was back there for a month over Christmas. You busy with work? I am looking for a climber again now so would appreciate the heads up if you are aware of anyone that may be making there way over to this region..? would be happy to help a climber or two get set up in NZ. Keep in touch, many thanks.</p>

  11. Climbing work NZ available now- We are a rapidly growing small-medium size Arboricultural firm in Hamilton NZ. Great opportunities available now for experienced and new arborists looking for an over seas experience, working with a professional highly motivated team. Short and long term positions available. For more info please call 0064 274912543- e-mail- chris@marcdoyletreework.co.nz Check out our website Marc Doyle Treework: Tree services by qualified arborists based in Hamilton, Free Quotes. - Marc Doyle Treework
  12. Hi Arran. Just a quick message to say high and hope you are enjoying NZ. We are currently looking for a lead climber and a secondary climber/ groundsman in Hamilton NZ (North Island) what are your plans here? We are a small- medium arboricultural business with a lot of growth ahead of us, we have great opportunities for staff at the moment. Are you planning on sticking around NZ or off traveling? would love to chat more any time. contact us any time- e-mail- chris@marcdoyletreework.co.nz
  13. Marc Doyle Treework NZ

    best knot for friction cord on hitch climber?

    Tried out the Pinto pulley on the hitch climber today on a large take down, It is good, Im sure it would be handy for the right tree but I found it difficult to get positioned right on it as the secondary line created cannot be adjusted. Its like it needs another prussic, a neat idea though.
  14. Marc Doyle Treework NZ

    Lanyard set up

    I recently purchased a gri gri as a lanyard positioner and I think it's great. At first I was concerned that maybe you can't lengthen under load. But after testing I've found you can. Also it seems a lot easier to operate using the thumb to twist it to release, far easier than the kinch. I use a thimble which stays on the carabiner end for choking off and two pretzel ds, seems a good setup for now. Spliced lanyard at both ends is a real must to eliminate the ol stuck fishermans crotch disaster!
  15. Marc Doyle Treework NZ

    best knot for friction cord on hitch climber?

    That is awesome mate! So you keep your retrievable ball there whilst you climb to retrieve a secondary cambium saver?


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