A new daycare centre is being built in the Hasenbühl district of Roth, a town in central Franconia. The city landscaping department planted a lime tree on the future site of the daycare centre 20 years ago, and the once small tree has developed into a stately tree which has grown to a height of 12 metres over the years.
The responsible planners immediately recognised that the tree was worthy of preservation, and called in the team at Opitz international. It was then professionally and safely “parked” in the nearby Rother Stadtgarten municipal gardens and will be a future provider of shade for the children at the daycare centre.
As soon as the premises are finished, the tree will move back to its “new” former location and can once again provide shade for the children when they go out to play in the summer.