Lower Mainland and Vancouver Island
Located just outside Vancouver, BC, Allied’s Surrey headquarters houses the company’s management, administration and large project and U.S. sales department. Our engineering and parts department also serve the entire company from this location.
From Surrey sales for Lower Mainland and Vancouver Island are expertly handled by JP Haramboure, Regional Manager, and four other Project Managers, Eric Morrison and Greg Skye and Service Representative Ty Davis. “From our 25,000 ft2 plant we fabricate the complete line of equipment, steel structures and repair feeders and blowers. With a diversity of industries in our area, our people have to call upon their vast knowledge to find the right solution. Project Managers have to understand many manufacturing processes and design the right solutions,” says Haramboure.
Our 7,000 ft2 shop in Vernon coordinates sales, manufacturing and installation services for the Southern Interior of B.C. With an area from Hope to Ashcroft, and as far East as the Alberta border, Mike Kelliher, Regional Manager, Greg Skye, Sr. Project Manager and Service Manager – Mart Eckert covers a lot of ground. “Allied’s multiple locations, mean we can offer local service, take care of large jobs and find a crew for any emergency,” says Eckert. “This is our real advantage. When production is stopped, and the plant needs to get back on line, we’ll be there.”
Our 10,000 ft2 Williams Lake facility employs very experienced and capable tradespeople. Jason Carriere, Regional Manager, Dan Schiller, Project Manager and Shane Stobart, Project Manager cover sales to Northern BC. “Having a shop in the local area allows us to have experienced tradespeople that really know the business. This ensures our customers get people who are familiar with their plant and down-time is minimized,” says Carriere.
Located near Edmonton in Acheson, AB, Allied’s 25,000 ft2 fabrication facility serves customers in Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba and Ontario. With a fully equipped shop, Keith Horan, Regional Manager along with Project Manager Ron Gartel are ready to serve. “We are in our customers’ plants regularly and try to help with preventative and routine maintenance,” says Gartel, “but we also help when unexpected emergencies arise.”
Located in Saskatchewan’s “Gateway to the North” Allied’s 10,000 ft2 Prince Albert Shop is fully equipped to service resource and agricultural sectors in the Prairies and Ontario. “Saskatchewan has been a key market for Allied. We felt it was important to open a service center to better service our customers” says Owner Keith Horan.