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Building Up Our Communities With Practical Living Solutions

We value our partnership with development companies that create affordable housing solutions at the highest quality standards and provide valuable commercial development opportunities to our communities.



Listen to Jodee Dick, CEO of the KDC, discuss why communities are the best builders on the Building Good podcast.

Her interview with host Tim Coldwell delves into why partnerships with Indigenous communities impacted by development are mandatory, and how industry standards need to change.

Project Partners

WestUrban Developments is a real estate development company working with the KDC to create quality, affordable housing and retail  opportunities for our communities. Built on the principles of professional excellence, quality, integrity, respect, and safety, this partnership is a natural fit for the KDC.


With a commitment to creating sustainable projects that deliver high-quality construction at excellent value, WestUrban Developments is a leader in finding innovative housing solutions and building thriving communities. Collectively, their team brings over 30 years of professional experience in residential and commercial real estate development, and believes in upholding values of honesty and great workmanship to deliver exceptional, affordable living spaces.

Our People


President & Chief Executive Officer
Sean Roy

Sean Roy is the President and Chief Executive Officer of Westurban Developments Ltd. Sean is a professional business leader known for his strong work ethic, business development, strategic planning, land development, project management, construction, team building, operational excellence, and performance management skills. Sean is a Registered Professional Planner in Canada and he received his Master’s Degree in Planning from the University of Manitoba and his Bachelor of Arts Degree from the University of Victoria. Sean’s residential and land development history spans over 20 years. He has developed over 7000 apartment units, large scale commercial developments, and over 500 single family homes across Western Canada. He has led teams of over 300 employees and built over a billion dollars of hard assets for rental companies in his past experience.


As one of Western Canada’s leading property development companies, we offer turnkey opportunities in development planning, construction and property management services to maximize revenues and minimize vacancy rates. Our team at WestUrban Developments creates environmentally-sensitive projects that meet long-term objectives, working closely with our clients to carry their ideas  from conception to completion. 



111-2036 South Island Hwy
Campbell River, BC V9W 0E8

PHONE: (250) 914-8485

Allteck delivers energy and resource management services across Western Canada and beyond, with a deep commitment to building meaningful connections with the local communities it serves. Allteck promotes educational, training and employment opportunities to Cowichan Band members through its work of offering highly specialized electric transmission and distribution services. Our partnership with Allteck supports the shared mission of providing economic prosperity, opportunity and social wellbeing to our First Nations people and respecting the land where we live and work. 


Allteck works directly with over 50 First Nation communities to encourage economic growth and provide practical support in business development and joint venture opportunities. Through charitable efforts, sound business practices, and strategic initiatives, Allteck is committed to supporting their employees, uplifting the communities they serve, and providing long-term value to their partners and shareholders. We aim to create meaningful relationships with First Nations through the implementation of educational and training programs, creating employment and procurement opportunities, and facilitating increased business participation.

Our People

Mike Scott


Mike Scott was appointed President of Allteck Limited Partnership (Allteck) and Canadian Utility Construction Corporation (CUC) on March 1, 2020, having transitioned from the role of Chief Operating Officer which he held over the last four years. Mike joined Allteck in 2001 and has accumulated 28 years of experience in the utility construction industry. Mike’s extensive field experience with transmission and distribution construction projects has provided him with the expertise and knowledge required for operational execution and business excellence. During his years in the field, Mike built a strong reputation as a safe, respectful and conscientious Journeyman Powerline Technician. In keeping with Allteck and CUC’s company rules, Mike mandates that everyone gives the highest priority to the health and safety of the employees and the public, and that means maintaining a diverse, respectful and healthy workplace. These commitments guide Mike in his daily business decisions as he drives the companies to continuous growth.

Nicole DesRosiers

Indigenous Relations Manager
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As the Indigenous Relations Manager for All, Nicole leads the management and communications of internal and external Indigenous community relations. She is committed to understanding the community needs and economic development requirements of the Indigenous communities where we work and is responsible for the ongoing alignment of the Indigenous policies, programs, and communications across the Allteck group of companies.

Nicole has a proven track record of successfully bringing together people and resources to deliver results that meet or exceed stakeholders’ expectations. Early in her career, Nicole spent 11 years in the Travel and Hospitality Industry, making the change into business administration in 2002, and joining Allteck in 2008. With over 30 years’ experience as a professional, Nicole functions as an integral part of the executive support team. Nicole has personal ties within the Indigenous community; her husband is a Metis Citizen, and their three children are First Nation community members.

For over 90 years, Trotter and Morton have built on a reputation for being the finest in the construction industry. They are here from the first shovel in the ground to the final build and beyond with ongoing facility maintenance.

Trotter and Morton provides mechanical installations for projects such as hospitals, office towers, shopping centres, airports, hotels, water and wastewater treatment facilities, multi-story residential buildings, warehouses, and educational institutions.


They strive to build community within their workforce, and provide opportunities for growth and connection. They’re proud to share this goal with the KDC and collaborate on initiatives for members of the Cowichan Tribes.

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Houle is passionate about building resilient communities. From airports, shipping terminals, and water treatment facilities, to hospitals, universities, and shopping centers, they deliver electrical and technology solutions for industrial, commercial, institutional and residential customers.

As a certified Great Place to Work and one of Canada’s Best Managed Companies, Houle takes pride in their talented people and collaborative culture, which is exemplified by their partnership with the KDC.