A Grove of trees in the Scottish Highlands
The Amos Beech trees
Amos Beech clients
1st November 1990

 

Office interior design and furniture has long been associated with the use of wood.
On this page the leading Scottish commercial interiors company shows it's commitment continual improvement of our Environmental Management System.


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46 Trees

CitNOW donationCitNOW a provider of video services for the automotive industry have just moved into their new offices in Stirling. Amos Beech donated enough trees to be planted to match their 3500 SqFt office space.

Donated by CitNOW

12th March 2018

10 Trees

Amos Beech donationOne of our drivers frightened other road users by slewing off the slip road and going straight across to the outside lane on the A9 at Stirling. He apologised but felt he had to do more.

Donated by Amos Beech

26th February 2018

1 Tree

Donated by Kit-Har McLaughlin

13th December 2017

2 Trees

Donated by Carolynn Cruickshank-Gray

6th October 2017

3 Trees

Donated by Kit-Har McLaughlin

4th September 2017

2 Trees

Donated by Lesley McKerral

1st September 2017

10 Trees

Donated by Iris Media

29th August 2017

1 Tree

Donated by Vincent Hartman

24th August 2017

10 Trees

Donated by Amos Beech

21st August 2017

The name of Beech wood is strongly embedded in our company name. The hard, pale and fine-grained timber is traditionally used in worktops and is not a native tree in Scotland. The Beech is classified as a native in the south of England (although not native to the British Isles) and as a non-native in the north where it is often removed from 'native' woods. As an interior design, office fit-out and furniture company we encourage the use of responsibly sourced timber and timber products. Apart from the professional use of wood, we all love the great Scottish outdoors for walking, running and relaxation outside office hours.

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Your grove of trees

The trees in this grove will be carefully planted in protected sites in the Scottish Highlands where they will create homes for wildlife and forests for the future.

Scots pine against a summer blue sky.
Twinflowers in bloom on pine woodland floor.
A Scotch argus butterfly on common ragwort.
Amos Beech clients grove
Trees in this grove:
85

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