AGC/VT Members “Get Caught”

AGC/VT members not only help build our communities; we keep them safe too.

For the last three weeks, AGC/VT has furiously hosted multiple COVID-19 return to work training classes. To date, we’ve trained over 1,700 Vermonters on how to safely reopen their businesses while keeping workers and the public protected.

Our member-businesses have set the safety bar even higher, encouraging their employees to protect Vermonters by implementing the COVID-19 safety procedures they learned in their trainings anytime they’re in public.

Driving through Chittenden and Washington Counties, Matt Musgrave Deputy EVP at AGC/VT,  spotted employees at member-companies in action. “While at a gas station, an SD Irelend employee pulled in next to me. He pulled in wearing his AGC/VT face mask even though driving his vehicle solo he didn’t have to wear one.” recalled Matt.

“The week before I saw another SD Ireland employee driving a dump truck down the road solo, and he had on his face mask too.”

“Our members continuously raise the bar on safety and are role models on how to reopen our economy while protecting the lives and health of their fellow Vermonters. Character can be defined by what a person does when they think no one is watching them and certainly SD Ireland did in this case.”

COVID-19 will be with us for a long time, so we have to learn how to manage our lives with this virus. Wearing a face mask, maintaining physical distancing, and following the industry standards and guidelines keeps our communities safe, and protects the lives of the people we love, work with, and call our neighbors.

At AGC/VT, we’re proud to support our members and their employees who are true leaders and pillars in our communities.

In honor of our members and their employees and everyone’s commitments to safety and health, we’re launching a #GetCaught #ProtectVermonters campaign to showcase what our members and their employees are doing to save lives and keep Vermonters healthy.

We want your pictures!

Send us photos of your teams on the ground wearing face masks and protective equipment or following the COVID-19 safety guidelines.

We want pictures of your crews on the jobsite, working from their home office, and out in the community wearing face masks and other protective equipment, and following the COVID-19 safety guidelines.

Now more than ever, we need to keep raising the bar and protecting the lives and safety, and economic well-being of all Vermonters. We need role models and examples that show Vermonters how we will get through this.

We will get through this, but only by staying together, keeping each other safe, and protecting the lives and livelihoods of our neighbors, loved ones, and work-families.

Let’s all #GetCaught #ProtectingVermonters.


Are you protecting Vermonters? Send us your photos and tag them #GetCaught to Matt at