Indigenous Relations: Get to Know the Acres Difference

Indigenous Relations

It is our responsibility to make every reasonable effort to engage those with traditional rights over the land on which we work. Not only does this make sense if we aim to be socially responsible, but it can, and should, be a mutually beneficial relationship from an economic perspective as well.

For our Indigenous partners this means revenue for the communities, jobs and training for their members, and a strong voice when speaking to industry. For Acres, it means better access to a local work force and the ability to add more value for our clients. For our clients, it creates a solid solution by combining Acres’ unique construction expertise with the voice of local rights holders.

At Acres we are deeply committed to this belief ­– it is more than just a good idea, it is part of the core values that drive every one of us to succeed.

“Acres has demonstrated a clear understanding of the importance of working with and including Aboriginal communities in their processes… Acres has become the contractor of choice for BC AMTA.”
Leonard Jackson

BC Aboriginal Mine Training Association

If you are curious about how we do business, thinking of a future project, or ready to break ground now: