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Apprenticeship Program: Pelco Structural – Business & Industry Services

Pelco partners within our community with CIEDA and NTC to enable and empower people within our community with life-changing career opportunities.

Dream It Do It honors 29 emerging manufacturing leaders

The 2017 Dream It Do It Kick-off Breakfast honored 29 emerging leaders from 21 companies in the manufacturing industry on Aug. 30. Honorees include Brad Shankle with Pelco Structural,...

Pelco Structural honored as education partner

Pelco Structural, LLC was honored with the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education's Economic Development Grant for the Regents Business Partnership Excellence Award, which highlights successful partnerships between higher education institutions and businesses.

“50 products made in Tulsa” photo gallery

Pelco Structural, which manufactures light and utility poles, has a contract to make steel monopoles for the Plains & Eastern Clean Line transmission project, which will carry electricity generated by Oklahoma wind farms to customers in the Mid-South and Southeast. President Phil Albert was recently installed as chairman of the Tulsa Regional Chamber.
Catalayah elementary

Pelco’s principal partnership helps kids thrive

Community always involves partnerships, whether it's among friends, neighbors, families, or employees supporting one another in ways big or small.

Doing work that matters, in Claremore, for Oklahoma, and for the Nation

Favorable winds of change are blowing across the state, creating new sources of physical and financial energy in the region and beyond thanks to efforts of a Claremore company...

Gov. Fallin appoints new chair of Will Rogers memorial commission

A Claremore Industrialist has been appointed to head the Will Rogers Commission, Gov. Mary Fallin has Announced. Phil Albert, president of Pelco Structural, will succeed former WRC Chair Jim Hartz, who will remain on the commission.

Pelco and Catalayah: An unexpected partnership

It all started with a tree. The Catalayah Elementary librarian, Andrea James, snapped a photo and posted it on social media. It was an image of the tree that had just been donated to Catalayah by local company Pelco Structural.