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Vegetation Management Services, Construction & Engineering, Environmental Services
Alkali Resource Management Ltd. (ARM) was established in 2001 to provide quality programs and services for Esk'etemc; and is also committed to ensure employment opportunities for Esk'etemc. ARM is wholly owned by Esk'etemc (formerly Alkali Lake Indian Band). ARM manages the forest tenures for Esk'etemc, hires contractors to conduct operations, and is involved in natural resource activities ranging from tree planting to stream enhancement and other related projects. Approximately 2000 hectares of Esk'etemc reserve land is tied to a small provincial woodlot and Community Forest, which provides some logging and silviculture activities for the members. ARM also operates the Esk'etemc Non-Replaceable Forest Licences. Esk'etemc provides most of the workforce needed to undertake any work in the natural resource sector. There are over 30 members with a variety of training and experience, such as falling, skidding, trucking, road building, and silviculture work such as planting and spacing.
All Rhodes Pilot Service is a pilot service company with two trucks. All Rhodes escorts oversize loads on all roads from one destination to the other.
ATCO Structures & Logistics is pleased to serve Northern BC, Central BC, and north to the Yukon with three convenient locations. Our main branch office has been open in Prince George for over 40 years and has manufacturing capacity as well as a service centre. We also operate storage yards in Fort St. John and Fort Nelson in order to provide you with the necessary accommodations as fast as possible. The Prince George branch is positioned to offer customers a quality fleet of modular office trailer products as well as workforce housing accommodations. Our team is dedicated to meeting your needs above all else, by handling everything from transportation to installation and after-sales service.
Medium sized, 100% native owned, business in environmental reclamation and remediation of contaminated sites. Also involved in construction of roads and leases in the oil and gas sector.
Family recreation center which provides a nine hole Par 3 Golf course, 18 hole mini golf course, Go Kart track along with a picnic site for bbq's and events.
Author of They Call Me Number One, a Canadian historical book on residential schools, based on Bev Sellars' personal experience.
Civil construction, subdivision developments, water system installations, waste water installations and design