Industry Contract Services

  • Silvicultural contract administration and supervision
  • Turn-key reforestation, aerial & ground based herbicide applications
  • Large scale forest inventory
  • GIS mapping

H&H got its start as a rank and file subcontractor traveling throughout the eastern US from New York to Georgia and Kentucky to Mississippi. Our business has evolved, but through that immense exposure, we’ve captured a tremendous knowledge and appreciation for the diverse approaches to inventory, mapping, and project management that our industry uses. Through that boots-on-the-ground experience, we know what works and what doesn’t. Don’t get caught up in the tidal wave of the big consulting firms.What is expensive and what is productive. And what it takes to bring a project from inception to completion.

We maintain a core group of associates in South Carolina and Georgia with whom we frequently cooperate on large projects and have numerous individual contracts on which we can rely for additional capacity. We incorporate the latest technology in all of our work; including GIS based remotely sensed mapping, field computers, lasers, real-time GPS point navigation, etc.

Throughout our website you can see descriptions of the services we provide and examples of how we can assist our private landowner clients. As an industry professional, you know your business, the services you need and the importance of timely and accurate delivery of those services. With H&H your project will get one on one attention directly from the top.The bottom-line is that H&H can meet those needs no matter how big or small. You don’t have to get caught up in the tidal wave of the big consulting firms. With H&H you won’t get handed down the line to some mid-level project manager. You will get one on one attention directly from the top.

When it comes time to bid out your next inventory package, annual management contract, or if you’re looking for assistance in supervising a silvicultural operation, don’t limit your options. Contact H&H to explore how a small firm can meet those needs.