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October 2015

Vermont has over 1400 miles of lakeshores with some of the greatest residential density and development pressure in the state. This voluntary certification course teaches landscaping practices that control stormwater runoff and safeguard wildlife habitat, so we may better protect lakes through responsible shoreland management. Certified participants

Project RoadSafe is a defensive driver safety program designed to address the issue of workplace traffic safety by providing training and education for AGC/VT members and other businesses. This program seeks to change attitudes by influencing the creation of business policies pertaining to distractions, seat

Norman James, Program Manager for Project RoadSafe, recently appeared on WCAX-TV to talk about the importance of keeping our roadways and workplaces safe for Vermonters and construction industry professionals alike.  Watch Norman's interview and learn how he and AGC/VT are working to improve highway safety throughout Vermont.

Registration has begun for the 2015 AGC & VIECA Annual Meeting & Award Ceremony happening Tuesday, December 1, 2015 at the Sheraton Hotel & Conference Center in South Burlington. This must-attend annual event attracts over 500 construction industry professionals and government officials from all corners of

AGC/VT hosted another successful Construction Career Day for our next generation of men and women. Over 400 high school students from Technical programs throughout Vermont cycled through the demonstration stations of our 20 contractors that participated in the event. Students got a chance to try using some of the