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Rokstad Power to Exhibit at Mineral Exploration Roundup 2016

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Roundup is a must-attend technical mineral exploration conference that takes place annually in January. Organized by the Association of Mineral Exploration BC (AME), the flagship event will be held at the Vancouver Convention Centre East, under the sails of Canada Place from January 25-28, 2016.

Rokstad Power will exhibit at Booth 1400. Representatives will be on hand to discuss the services the company has provided to the mining industry since 1978 including maintenance activities, overhead or underground, and construction projects in some of the harshest terrain and weather conditions imaginable.

Rokstad Power’s expertise includes Journeymen Linemen Technicians […]

Rokstad Power Recognized for its dedicated relationship with Wawasum Energy

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From left, Reg Beardy, Ralph Beardy and  Kristinn Finnson with Wawasum Energy beside their  bucket truck at their company. Martin Cash story.Wayne Glowacki / Winnipeg Free Press Dec. 17  2015

Our relationship with Wawasum Energy is featured in this article from the Winnipeg Free Press. The unique construction firm trains, employs — and is owned by — indigenous Manitobans.

Electric dream – winnipegfreepress.com […]

Rokstad Power Attracts Significant Investment From Carillion

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Rokstad Power Corporation (“Rokstad”) has attracted a significant investment from Carillion to support the continued growth of one of Canada’s leading power transmission and distribution services businesses. Read more about this exciting development here […]

Aaron Rokstad Wins EY Entrepreneur Of The Year Pacific 2014, Energy Category

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Aaron Rokstad, founder and CEO of Rokstad Power, was awarded the EY Entrepreneur Of The Year Pacific 2014 in the Energy Category at a gala event held on September 30, 2014.

It was October 2008, just as the global financial crisis was unfolding, when Rokstad took a $100,000 home equity loan and decided to branch out on his own. He left his job at Quanta Services, the largest electric power services contractor in North America, which in 2001 bought a company his father had started, Allteck Line Contractors. Rokstad spent six years at Quanta until deciding, as his father […]