Section: AGC/VT News
Governor Phil Scott Announces: More work to do
Be The Difference In a Child's Life: The Vermont Judiciary Seeks Community Members Like You To Serve As Guardians Ad Litem
Taking Off: Vermont Chapter of NAWIC Re-Launches
AGC/VT Brings Home National Community Service Award
AGC/VT Open House Success
2023 AGC/VT Annual Meeting Success
Burgers and Brews- Its a wrap!
Employment climbs in July but unemployment rises; June openings, hires decline, spending is mixed
VT Community EVSE Grant Program: Request for Proposals for Partner Installers
DEW Construction Welcomes Two
Employee Retention Strategies: 9 Ideas That Are Working
Vermont Career Fair- Success!
Legislative Update- April 17, 2023
Legislative Update- March 6, 2023
On Wednesday, March 1st Governor Phil Scott held his weekly press conference with the specific topic of the "affordable heat act" which has been debated in the Vermont Senate since 2020.
COVID-19 Related Paid Leave Grants for FY22-23
Act 183 which was signed into law in June of 2022 is designed to offer support to employers whose staff has been impacted by COVID-19.
Kingsbury breaks 'water' on Mad River withdrawal improvements
Kingsbury Companies “Broke Water” on a project in Warren, Vermont earlier this summer installing an inflatable dam on the Mad River.
Save the Date: Annual Meeting and Awards Ceremony
Mark your calendars for December 6-7. That’s when AGC/VT’s annual meeting and awards ceremony returns.
We Did It Again- AGC/VT Recieves National Honors- The J Howard Mock Award
Well.... We did it again. But really we all did it again. This week AGC/VT President Chris Magnan, Vice President Ken Pidgeon, EVP Richard Wobby and Matt Musgrave descended on Washington DC to accept the J Howard Mock Award at the AGC of America, National Chapter Leadership Conference.
Burgers and Brews Brings the Crowds
Our mid-year meet, Burgers and Brews has once again exceeded all our expectations.
Remember: Go VOTE!!
This Tuesday, August 9th is the Vermont primary election and I am writing this to remind everyone to get out and vote.
AGC/VT Lobbying Efforts and Results
The complex process of getting good legislation out the door while battling against bills that would harm Vermont and its businesses requires dedication and lots of engagement with our elected officials.
Employee Retention Shines
In today’s market, recruiting new talent generates a lot of focus, but equally important is what happens after new hires join the team.
AGC/VT Releases Career Road Map
AGC/VT contractors have consistently ranked recruiting and retaining skilled workers as two of their top human resources priorities.
We're Back!!
After going virtual last year and meeting on the AGC/VT “Island,” this year members got to see each other in-person and away from a screen—at least for part of the two-event.
AGC/VT Wins AGC of America Chapter of the Year
The Associated General Contractors of America named the Associated General Contractors of Vermont (AGC/VT) as the winner of the Small Chapter of the Year. The award was presented at the 2021 National and Chapter Leadership Conference on Sunday, September 19 in Orlando, Florida.
Your Voice: Vermont Climate Council Public Engagement
The Vermont Global Warming Solutions Act (Act 153) passed in 2020 is a major game changer for the state. The goal of the act is to curb climate change by statutorily requiring Vermont to reduce emissions that emit carbon into the atmosphere.
Six Inches Off the Ground
So we decided to hand the mid-year review column to Rosie so you can get her take on what’s happened at AGC/VT and what’s in store for the remaining months.
Mid-Summer Meetings Draw Huge Crowds
The AGC/VT team knew that when Governor Phil Scott dropped all COVID-19 restrictions on gatherings, that members needed to reconnect and re-engage not over a screen, not over a phone, and not as avatars.
Governor Scott Announces Full Reopening
Is the Definition of Workplace Impairment Changing?
PREVENT COVID-19 ON OUR JOB-SITES
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.