To all the hard working people at Allteck and your friends and family who missed you while you were in our area to return power to the city of Spokane after the wind storm earlier this month:
Your hard work in cold, dark a […]Read More > Posted on: December 21, 2015
Allteck’s Travis Hall from Williams Lake BC, has earned top honors from the Joint Line Apprenticeship Training Committee for 2015. Travis continues the streak of top apprentices to come out of the Cariboo region of British Columbia. He […]Read More > Posted on: December 15, 2015
Local company Allteck partners with Thompson Rivers University to run a power line technician training program.
http://www.cfjctoday.com/article/498977/trades-play-major-role-filling-labour-gapRead More > Posted on: November 26, 2015
I would like to thank you for supplying crews to the Red Mountain area for the storm restoration that took place and a special thanks to all the hard work that was performed by your crews up there. Looking at all the damage, it was amazing that th […]Read More > Posted on: November 26, 2015
On behalf of the Construction, I would like to thank all ATCO team members and Allteck (and their subcontractors) who came together to ensure this safety sensitive project was conducted in a safe, efficient, professional and organized fashion. The […]Read More > Posted on: November 26, 2015
I live in Spokane WA and my wife and I are extremely grateful for the work your professional technicians did to restore power to our home, neighborhood and community. The sight of your rigs and crews pulling up in our neighborhood after 5 days of […]Read More > Posted on: November 8, 2015
Allteck will be exhibiting at the 13th Annual Clean Energy BC tradeshow on November 1st -4th at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Vancouver, B.C.
Allteck takes great pride in being a part of this positive change and invites you to come visit us an […]Read More > Posted on: November 2, 2015
An abnormally dry, hot summer of 2015 in Western Canada resulted in devastating wild fires in B.C.’s vast, dense forests. The sheer size of the charred areas in B.C. alone is stunning. By August 17th the Province was at 3,004,848 hectares, which […]Read More > Posted on: October 21, 2015