Through affiliations with unions and as part of the Quanta Services, Allteck has the expertise and backing to deliver projects for customers. Allteck’s labour force is signatory to the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW), BC Local 258 and IBEW 424. This gives Allteck access to a workforce bank of journeyman, power line technicians and electricians. Our labour force is trained through a four-year apprenticeship that includes classroom training and on-the-job experience.
Through our parent company Quanta Services, Allteck has the ability to draw on expertise from other sister companies to solve a customer’s unique problem. Our relationship with Quanta Services allows Allteck to maintain the skills of our employees by seconding our employees to other sister companies. Examples include loaning our cable splicers, electricians and PLT’s to other Quanta Service companies to provide necessary technical and leadership skills to those projects. Conversely, Allteck routinely draws on geotechnical, engineering and logistic support of our sister companies to ensure success of our projects.
In addition to the above, Allteck is a Progressive Aboriginal Relations (PAR) Committed member of the Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business (CCAB). The Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business (CCAB) is a voluntary, member based organization that aims to create business opportunities while simultaneously advancing corporate social responsibility for the Aboriginal community. The PAR program administrated by the CCAB is a corporate social responsibility program, that tracks and measures performance in Aboriginal relations.
Allteck’s affiliation with Clean Energy BC has pushed us to “Think Bigger”. Clean Energy BC provides us with access to companies that are committed to making a difference through renewable energy. Through courses, tradeshows and workshops, Allteck continues to build the knowledge to help BC in the transition to a carbon-free energy system.