The basis upon which Telco Steel Works operates is simple: a dedication to forging strong relationships, built upon respect and integrity, with customers, suppliers, and employees.
Telco Steel Works Ltd. was established in 1992 and guided by the experience and impeccable reputation of George Tsokov, along with his son Tsvet Tsokov. Today, Telco Steel Works has established a network that extends nationwide, supported by a team of engineers, draftsmen, shop and office personnel with a varied set of skills and aptitudes. Telco Steel Work’s leadership is driven by a management team focused on maintaining current alliances and continually searching out new ones.
Telco Steel Works remains poised to confront future challenges within their framework of excellence achieved in the steel industry.
Telco Steel Works is committed to continuous improvement in its production facility. In addition to its 30-ton lifting capacity, it is also fully automated for all CNC Drilling, Plasma Cutting and Shot Blast Cleaning stages.
Our Key People
Tsvet Tsokov, P.Eng
(519) 837-1973 ext. 222
Since his appointment to President in 1997, Tsvet has been responsible for exponential growth, expanding his company’s facilities and investing in innovative production machinery that increases efficiency while delivering a better end-product.
David Garbuio, P.Eng
(519) 837-1973 ext. 223
Since joining Telco in 1997, David has managed the fabrication of over 300 steel structures. In addition to overseeing all aspects of project and contract maintenance, he is the backbone of the Telco management team; continually building from within to ensure that all client expectations are surpassed.
Jeff Teasdale, P.Eng
Senior Project Manager
(519) 837-1973 ext. 228
Jeff joined Telco in 2003 and has been responsible for completing connection designs for single and multi-storey buildings. In addition to managing projects, he spearheaded and continues to maintain Telco’s registration with ISO 9001 and all safety-related protocols.
Waad Nonna, B.Sci
(519) 837-1973 ext. 332
When Waad joined in 2009, he brought with him a new specialty to add to Telco’s repertoire; the fabrication of complex structures. His most notable accomplishments include the dome of the Prayer Palace in Toronto and the 36” solid steel columns for the Goldman Sachs building in New York City.