Project Description

Allteck Limited Partnership

Allteck was founded in 1982 primarily to perform overhead distribution work in BC.  Since its inception, the company has become part of the Quanta services group of companies, North America’s largest provider of infrastructure services for the Electric Power and Oil & Gas Industries. Since joining Quanta in 2001, Allteck has become a full-service contractor that specializes in power line distribution, transmission, underground cable work, substations, energized services, and emergency restoration.

In 2014, Allteck created our Indigenous Advancement Department.  A department that focuses on Indigenous relationships and procurement.  As a bronze certified member of the Canadian Council of Aboriginal Business (CCAB) we strive for continued improvement with Indigenous progression and prosperity for their communities. We actively work with more than 150 First Nation Communities and have developed flexible partnership models to meet the needs of individual First Nation governments and Economic development corporations representing their communities.

Indigenous Partnerships
Education & Training
Community Investment
Youth and Childhood Development

Allteck Limited Partnership Profile

About Allteck Limited Partnership

Recent Projects – Allteck

  • Site C Transmission Line Fort St. John to Hudson Hope. Partnered with Saulteau First Nation

  • MoTI Hwy 97 Widening Project at Sugar Cane

  • Meikle Wind Energy 230kV Switchyard

  • BC Hydro DDTS Project (ROC Project)

  • Seton River Crossing BC Award 60l021 with the Cayoose Creek First Nation

Recent Projects – Canadian Utility Construction (CUC)

  • Fortis BC Stoney Creek Project in collaboration with Kwikwetlem First Nation

  • Jet Fuel Line – Partnered with Musqueam First Nation

  • Fortis 5 year MSA contract- 80% of British Columbia- maintenance of residential and commercial gas lines

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