NABOC 2015 will bring hundreds to Prince Rupert on April 28-30. The three-day networking event showcases successful private sector and Aboriginal business ventures, allowing First Nations communities and businesses to meet with private sector organizations.
For more information, visit http://theeventpros.ca/conferences/2015-NABOC-PrinceRupert.html
Allteck crews raise funds for the Moose Jaw Salvation Army's Adopt A Family campaign.
Allteck crews working in Moose Jaw took the initiative to raise $1,360 for the local Salvation Army's Adopt A Family campaign. Allteck in turn added $1,500.00 to the donation for a total of $2,860.00. The funds collected will provide 10 to 15 families with Christmas presents and food this Holiday Season.
Phil VanDokkumburg with Moose Jaw Salvation Army Representative
Vancouver, BRITISH COLUMBIA, Oct. 26, 2014 – The In-SHUCK-ch Nation and Allteck Line Contractors Inc. are pleased to announce that they have signed a MOU (Memorandum of Understanding) to work together on power line related projects based on education, training, employment and partnership opportunities. The agreement puts in place a framework to enable participation by the In-SHUCK-ch Nation in the opportunities that the electric power industry provides in their traditional territory and beyond.
Allteck once again ranked amongst the Best Small & Medium Employers in Canada !
For more information, visit: http://www.profitguide.com/manage-grow/human-resources/meet-the-50-best-small-and-medium-employers-in-canada-71198
Allteck Barehand crews continue to support North Houston Pole in South Texas on the largest energized re-conductor job in North America.