Your trees will require several years to adjust to injuries and environmental changes that occur during construction. Stressed trees are more prone to health problems such as disease and insect infestations. A professional Arborist can assess and recommend continued maintenance for your trees. Continue to monitor your trees, and have them periodically evaluated for declining health or safety hazards.
Despite the best intentions and most stringent tree preservation measures, your trees still might be injured from the construction process. Some remedial treatments to help reduce stress and improve the growing conditions around your trees may be applicable. In addition, the International Society of Arboriculture offers a brochure titled Treatment of Trees Damaged by Construction.