Dedicated to bringing the best quality client service and support, Allied Protek has grown considerably in the past couple of years as a direct result of its business to client partnerships. By retaining high standards throughout its project work, the company continues to deliver excellence in engineering. Allied Protek work in conjunction with a number of core values, strengthening the business on a daily basis.
Allied Protek already works closely with the Grimsby Institute and recognises the importance of apprenticeships and working with young people to develop their confidence and skills, they are keen to nurture young talent and currently three of their apprentices, Tom Favell, William Lince and Chris Swales, have reached the finals of the WorldSkills UK competition, taking skills honed in Grimsby to a national stage.
Paul Wilson, Managing Director of Allied Protek said: “We decided to support the Youth Zone in Grimsby to empower the youngest members of our community and invest in their future. With Grimsby being my hometown, this project is particularly close to my heart and I’m proud to be a part of the town’s regeneration, that will create jobs and training opportunities. When visiting the Wigan Youth Zone, I was impressed with how innovative and inclusive it was and I would encourage anyone invested in Grimsby’s development to join us on our journey to raise aspiration, increase skills and improve the health and wellbeing of thousands of young people.
“At Allied Protek, we’ve always been passionate about nurturing young talent, having taken many apprentices and graduates onboard over the years. I believe that Horizon Youth Zone will help inspire a new generation of engineers and tradesmen, driving economic growth, closing the skills gap and harnessing the transformative impact of exciting new industries for direct local benefit.”