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November 2020

Join AGC/VT for what will be a memorable annual meeting. This year due to COVID-19 we are meeting virtually. Is it another boring Zoom or Goto??? NO!!! Its a virtual island you can visit, have conversations with attendees, visit our business expo vendors and more!!!

When the chilly temperatures of winter set in, will your vehicle be ready for the cold?   Before You Go Get Your Car Serviced     Visit your mechanic for a tune-up and ask them to check for leaks, badly worn hoses, or other needed parts, repairs, and replacements. Check for Recalls     NHTSA's

Holiday safety is an issue that burns brightest from late November to mid-January, when families gather, parties are scheduled and travel spikes. Take some basic precautions to ensure your family remains safe and injury-free throughout the season. Traveling for the Holidays? Be Prepared Many people choose to

This section provides guidance for construction employers and workers, such as those engaged in carpentry, ironworking, plumbing, electrical, heating/ ventilation/air conditioning/ventilation, masonry and concrete work, utility construction work, and earthmoving activities. This guidance supplements the general, interim guidance for all workers and employers of workers

*UPDATE* Vermont is seeing a significant surge of new COVID-19 cases across the state. Starting November 14, 2020, Governor Scott’s Executive Order. prohibits gatherings with people from other households. This includes both inside and outside gatherings, and in public and private spaces. People who live alone may gather

Commercial buildings require special considerations when it comes to electrical wiring. Most commercial buildings do not have the luxury of a wooden frame to run wires through, so other wiring methods must be used. Some of those are discussed below. Conduit A common method of electrical wiring in