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


Community Investment

Youth & Childhood Development

Business Model

Allteck’s economic development efforts focus on developing strong relationships with Indigenous communities and businesses. These relationships lead to communication of opportunities for the benefit of both groups, including opportunities for individuals in the Indigenous community to work with Allteck and Canadian Utility Construction (CUC), and to understand how they can provide support to Allteck and CUC. Subcontractors are encouraged to adopt similar relationships when working with Allteck and CUC.

Allteck and CUC support the development and growth of businesses that are owned or operated by First Nations or Indigenous entrepreneurs by matching opportunities to skills and resources and by ensuring that these businesses are aware of all potential contract opportunities. In areas where ongoing work exists, Allteck and CUC will explore options to enter into ongoing business contracts which provide secure longer term work to local Indigenous firms, including the opportunity to be included in a preferred vendor list.


Allteck is committed to First Nation, Métis, and Inuit Communities. Through cooperation and partnerships with Indigenous communities, Allteck has committed to developing strategies and practices that will:

  • Support and promote education, training programs, employment, and procurement opportunities with positive impacts and more career options for the future generations of Indigenous peoples and communities.
  • Invest in initiatives for Indigenous economic development to facilitate increased business participation and meaningful partnerships in the electric power industry.
  • Prepare our workplace with people that respect the diversity of Indigenous cultures, the importance of their heritage, and recognition that Indigenous peoples are the original and continuing stewards of their Traditional Territories.


  • Canadian Utility Construction (CUC)
  • Lex Engineering


Allteck Limited Partnership (Allteck) aspire to be the industry leader for Indigenous inclusion by developing strong partnerships that provide economic prosperity, social well-being, and respect for the people and land where we work. We recognize that our operations are often located in the traditional territory of Indigenous communities, and we believe that responsible business activity involves meaningful inclusion and a deep respect of their cultures and values.

Allteck Recent Projects

  1. Site C Transmission Line Fort St. John to Hudson Hope. Partnered with Saulteau First Nation
  2. MoTI Hwy 97 Widening Project at Sugar Cane
  3. Meikle Wind Energy 230kV Switchyard
  4. BC Hydro DDTS Project (ROC Project)
  5. Seton River Crossing BC Award 60l021 with the Cayoose Creek First Nation

Recent Infrastructure Projects

  1. Highway 417 Kent Rapid Bridge Replacement project – Ottawa
  2. Autoroute 30 extension – Quebec
  3. Highway 409 – Toronto Airport – Toronto, Ontario
  4. Britannia – Water Treatment Plant

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First Nations University of Canada
1 First Nations Way
Regina, SK S4S 7K2


Phone: +1(306) 359-3672

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202B Joseph Okemasis Drive,
Saskatoon, SK, S7N 1B1

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30 Commercial Road
East York, ON M4G 1Z4

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